In English, the word "help" can be used for any of these cases to ask somebody for help or to give a help to someone: In a store, when a clerk (store worker) says: Can I help you, sir? With ...
Today I heard the phrase なんてことしてくれた, as in: 君！なんてことしてくれたんだ！ which I learned means "Look what you've done". I thought くれる was only used when someone does something nice for you. Is this just a ...
Can someone give some good context and scenarios for using these? Not only when to use them, but when NOT to use them as well. I know あげる is kind of the most common, but I'm just not sure of the ...