Japanese 159 - Asking permission with て-form + もいいですか

The て-form is also used in the pattern て-form + もいい, which is commonly used to ask for permission or whether something is acceptable. The word いい, as you learned previously, means good or OK. So you can think of the literal translation of this grammar point as, Is it alright to …?

Check out the sentences below for some examples for how this pattern is used.


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