I’m currently learning Japanese at an intermediate level. I tested myself by listening to a dialogue on YT (link: ). However, I found that I could not understand a lot of the things they were talking about.
I know that at this point, you’d just tell me to keep learning and practising, but I...
I would like to start this thread to help people and myself better understand the use of the passive form in Japanese since we do not grammatically recognize the passive form in English.
So post away any questions, interesting passive form usages with meanings, idioms w/ passive form, etc.
I was reading this childrens book and I found the clause たすけて くださった.
The character who said it was obviously acknowledging that the listener helped them, but I am confused with exactly how this would be translated into English.
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