Creek & River （C&R） will hold a seminar on November 9th, Thursday, “Mastering Giveてあげる, Receive てもらう, and Do for てくれる”
In the third seminar, we will study “to receive something”, “to give something to you”, and “to do something for you”.
These expressions are actually difficult to learn to use naturally. Do you know when to use these and when not to use them?
In this seminar, we will start by explaining the concepts of “uchi” and “soto”, which are important in understanding “receive”, “give”, and “do for a person”. We will confirm that the listener is willing to give the item to us.
We will then organize the sentence patterns and meanings of the main themes, “to receive,” “to give,” and “to do for” using example sentences. Take the practice questions and master the te form + give/receive expressions.
In the second half, we will consider the functions of “to receive,” “to give,” and “to do for” and consider when to use them and when not to use them, using actual situations. In addition, you will learn the frequently used honorific expressions “~te ageru”, “~te morau”, and “~te kureu”.
This seminar is for beginner to pre-intermediate students. Let’s further practice the Japanese knowledge we have acquired and aim to use Japanese more smoothly.
- 1. Uchi and Soto
- 2. Review of “give, receive, do for”
- 3. The basics of “I’ll give you, I’ll receive from you, I’ll do for you”
- 4. Practicing “I’ll give you, I’ll receive from you, I’ll do for you”: Cases in which to use it and cases in which you should not use it.
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Kamiya-sensei has been interested in languages since high school and majored in Spanish at university, aiming to teach Japanese after studying abroad. After passing the Japanese Language Teaching Competency Test in 2019, she began working as a part-time lecturer at a Japanese language school in Nagoya, where she oversaw technical intern trainees and helped many students get work in companies.
After graduating from university, she studied Japanese grammar acquisition as a second language at Nanzan University Graduate School and wrote her master’s thesis. When she was in school, she also taught online Japanese language supplementary classes at an American university.
After completing her master’s course, she oversaw corporate sales at a major manufacturer. Currently, while teaching Japanese to businesspeople and students, she is also actively producing information on Japanese grammar and teaching methods.
Outline of the event
|Date and time||2023/11/9（THU） 19：00～20：00|
|Schedule||19：00～19：05 Creek and River Co., Ltd Introduction
19：05～19：50 Presentation by Rei Kamiya
|Participants||For people studying Japanese at a Basic and Pre-Intermediate Level|
|Organizer||CREEK & RIVER Co., Ltd.|
|Application deadline||2023/11/8（WED） 19：00|
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CREEK & RIVER Co., Ltd.