JLPT N4 Grammar (sasete kudasai)

Meaning

please let me do

How to use

Verb
(causative て form)
ください
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Learn Japanese grammar: (sasete kudasai). Meaning: please let me do.

This must be with a verb’s て version of .

When referring to yourself, you must use 私に (watashi ni) instead of 私は (watashi wa).


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Example #1

しつもんさせてください。
shitsumon sasete kudasai.
Please allow me to ask you a question.
Example #2

わたしのことをあなたにはなさせてください。
watashi no koto o anata ni hanasasete kudasai.
Please let me tell you about myself.
Example #3

ちょっとちょうしがわるいので、はやくかえらせてください。
chotto choushi ga warui node, hayaku kaerasete kudasai.
I'm not feeling well, so please let me head home early.
Example #4

へんじをするまえにちょっとかんがえさせてください。
henji o suru mae ni chotto kangae sasete kudasai.
Please let me think a bit before I give you my answer.
Example #5

わたしになにかおてつだいさせてください。
watashi ni nani ka otetsudai sasete kudasai.
Please let me help with something.
Example #6

かのじょはきょうびょうきなのでおやすみさせてください。
kanojo wa kyou byouki na no de oyasumi sasete kudasai.
She is sick today so please allow her to have the day off.
Example #7

わたしにわたしたちのぶかつどうについてしょうかいさせてください。
watashi ni watashitachi no bukatsudou ni tsuite shoukai sasete kudasai.
Please allow me to introduce our club activities.
Example #8

えいごがにがてなので、にほんごではなしをさせてください。
eigo ga nigate na no de, nihongo de hanashi o sasete kudasai.
I am not very good at English, so please let me speak in Japanese.
Example #9

このけんについてもういちどそうだんさせてください。
kono ken ni tsuite mou ichido soudan sasete kudasai.
Please let me consult with you once more about this matter.

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