【JLPT N5★V[て-form] ください。”Please do….”】

This grammar is used when you request or recommend someone to do something. In English, it means “please do something”.
However, you don’t say it to your manager or boss, because it sometimes sounds like an order or instruction.

Meaning: Please do something

Verb てform (te form) + ください (kudasai)

日本語 / にほんご / Japanese

英語 / えいご / English
(1)Please turn on the light.
(2)Sophomores, please raise your hand.
(3)Please show me your family picture.
(4)Please write your name here.
(5)Please lend me your electronic dictionary.
(6)Please answer the question.

ひらがな / Hiragana
(1)でんきを つけてください。
(2)にねんせいは てを あげてください。
(3)かぞくの しゃしんを みせてください。
(4)あなたの なまえを ここに かいてください。
(5)あなたの でんしじしょを わたしに かしてください。
(6)そのしつもんに こたえてください。

ローマ字 / Roman characters
(1) Denki o tsukete kudasai.
(2) Ni-Nensei wa te o agete kudasai.
(3) Kazoku no shashin o misete kudasai.
(4) Anata no namae o kokonikaitekudasai.
(5) Anata no denshijijo o watashi ni kashite kudasai.
(6) Sono shitsumon ni kotaete kudasai.

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