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Unformatted text preview: G2: Humble Expressions 2 p p p p p p p : ^ 2 Stem2 : I (humbly )do ~ * Not all verbs are used this way. , , Compound Verbs do not follow the pattern 7 [email protected] @( @ @ { SD , zS D @ { S w w , receive something from superior) (give something to superior) ~ 1. p , p , 2 2. p ~, 2 3. p p , 2 . p , is sometimes used when one does a favor for one's superiors. It is advisable, however, to use the humble pattern instead, because the former implies that one is kind to do it and may sound arrogant. ~ I kindly open the window for the superior. p ~ , 2 I humbly open the window for the superior. You can also talk about one of your members such as a member of your family or another worker at the company you work for, humbly performing an action in deference to somebody outside the group. s , s , c 1. ~ . w , 2. ~ . w , ...
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