クスっとJLPT

クスっと JLPT |N4聴解 010|Listening practice

Written by Kaori sensei

Script

→(やじるし)の(ひと)はなんといいますか。

1から3の(なか)から、いちばんいいものを(ひと)つえらんでください。


教室(きょうしつ)友達(ともだち)のノートを()たいです。

(なん)()いますか。

  1. ノートを()せてあげる?
  2. ノートを()せてくれる?
  3. ノートを()せてもらう?

(昭和(しょうわ)): ノートを()せてちょんまげ。

Answer

2ばん

Comment

Vてあげる: Use it when you do something for the other person.

例) 今度(こんど)浅草(あさくさ)()れて()ってあげる。

Next time, I’ll take you to Asakusa.

Vてくれる: Use when someone does something for you.

例) 鈴木(すずき)さんはいつも日本語(にほんご)(おし)えてくれる

Suzuki-san always teaches me Japanese.

例) ノートを()せてくれる?

-Can I see your notes? ( When you make a request to someone in a casual way)

Vてもらう: Use when you ask someone to do something for you

※When asking someone to do something, use a potential verb.

例) ノートを(み)せてもらえる?

-Can I see your notes? ( When you make a request to someone in a casual way)

Showa-era Japanese:

~てちょんまげ:(,please)

A word derived from “~てちょうだい” (,please). Since the sound “ちょ(cho)” is the same, it was a humorous way to make a request by replacing it with “ちょんまげ”.

ちょんまげ

If you use it with a young person of 2025, it may irritate him or her! If you use it with Showa-born people, they will accept it as a cute gag. The key is to use it with the “sorry” pose.

ゆるしてちょんまげ

About the author

Kaori sensei

Japanese online teacher, live in Kamakura, Japan. She is currently working as a language teacher and online Japanese experience host to introduce Japanese culture to the world. She originally worked as an engineer at a Japanese company, so she is familiar with Japanese business culture too.

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