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【Japanese Grammar】difference between ている (teiru), ていく (teiku), てくる (tekuru), てある (tearu), ておく (teoku), てみる(temiru) 

They look really similar and confusing. Let's understand them all at once on this page.
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Please:【お + verb stem form + ください】

On this page, you can learn Japanese grammar for asking somebody to do something very politely.
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has/have been + verb-ing:【verb てform + います】

On this page, you can learn how to say somebody has been doing something now in Japanese.
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be -ing:【verb てform + る】(Casual way)

On this page, you can learn how to say somebody is doing something now in Japanese in a casual way.
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cannot:【verb dict. form + ことができません】

On this page, you can learn Japanese grammar for expressing the ability you don't have.
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Please do not + verb:【verb ないForm + でください】

On this page, you can learn how to ask people not to do something in Japanese.
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don’t want it to happen:【verb てform + しまう】

On this page, you can learn Japanese grammar to talk about the situation you don't want to have.
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A is B. 【AはBです。】

This is a basic Japanese sentence pattern with which you can say many things.
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I am + Noun.【I は Noun です。】

On this page, you can learn how to say 'I am + Noun.' in Japanese.
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have not + verb-ed:【verb た form + ことがありません】

On this page, you can learn Japanese grammar for telling something you have not done before.
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