- 8 Dec 2019
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Hi. What does the underlined part literally mean? Especially にしといてあげる. I know と is contraction of てお. Maybe “I will give you an all-right”?
I mean we can replace と with てお in the original sentence. It’s て form so we don’t need く.I'm not sure what you mean by てお unless you're missing a く in -ておく