ください

lucvileyn

lucvileyn

When I paste the following in 次の電話での会話を聞いてください。 it says that ください (くださる)is a verb, but to my opinion it is and adverb, right? but in the following sentence it is a verb, ok? 少しお金をください。
Sayaka-Matsuura

Sayaka-Matsuura

Luc san, ください is an imperative of the verb くださる which means 'to give'. It can be used to mean 'please give me' or 'please (do something for me)'. In both of the examples you have given it is a verb. I hope this helps! Sayaka san

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