ように〜て [ように〜て] (youni-te)
Meaning: V, asking someone to ask someone else to do something (indirect order)
Example: please ask him to call me
JLPT Level: 2
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|Amatuka||This doesn't have to be 〜て. It should probably be shown under ように言う.|| |
|dc||^ changed|| |
|dc||actually hmm. it is more often 伝えて as in leaving telephone messages, so could be other verbs too? though they would probably be a limited set around tell/ask/instruct.. but the verb itself is not part of the grammar construct.. || |
|Amatuka||They're all centred around 'ように'|| |
|Amatuka||Formed from 'verb + you ni Vte'|
V = verb
|dc|| is the same. |
this ends in -te (continuous form) because it is usually finished with -kudasai.
suru you ni itte kudasai - tell to do (please)
suru you ni iu - tell to do
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