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When you see a 「は」 in the following structures, it emphasizes the preceding verb, adjective or noun. "[連用形]{れんようけい} (conjunctive form) or the て-form of a verb + 「は」" "連用形 of an adjective + 「は」" "Noun + 「で」 + 「は」" 「ユルして + は + いただけませんの?」 fits the first pattern above and in the phrase, the speaker is subtly adding emphasis to her petition for ...



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