I'll give it to you, Anna.
Anna has come to a campus festival with Sakura's cousin, Kenta. They are viewing the exhibition of the Photography Club.
ANNA-SAN NI AGEMASU
|健太||これは、僕が富士山で撮った写真です。|| This is a photograph I took at Mt. Fuji.
|Kenta|| KORE WA, BOKU GA FUJISAN DE TOTTA SHASHIN DESU.
This is a photograph I took at Mt. Fuji.
|アンナ||あっ、私だ。|| Oh, that's me.
|Anna|| A', WATASHI DA.
Oh, that's me.
| Are you surprised?
Later, I'll give it to you, Anna.
ATODE, ANNA-SAN NI AGEMASU.
Are you surprised? Later, I'll give it to you, Anna.
|アンナ||写真をくれるんですか。うれしいです。|| Are you going to give me the photo? I'm glad.
|Anna|| SHASHIN O KURERU N DESU KA? URESHII DESU.
Are you going to give me the photo? I'm glad.
AGEMASU and KUREMASU
In Japanese, different verbs are used, depending on whether you are speaking from the perspective of the giver or the receiver.
When the speaker gives something to the listener, the speaker says AGEMASU. If somebody gives you something, you use KUREMASU.
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Difference between AGEMASU and KUREMASU
In Japanese, we use different verbs, depending on whether we speak from the perspective of the giver or the receiver.
Japanese is a language with lots of onomatopoeia. A wide range of onomatopoeia in the Japanese language, from noises made by animals to expressions of feelings, is explained by audio.
At the campus festival, there were food carts by students. I ate fried noodles. Autumn is said to be the season for art, sports and good appetite. What a good season!