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I find this in a manga I understand that is "help doing" but have some questions

1) している is the verb します? If is, in what form are?
2) the か at the end of the sentence means that is a question?
3) why use です at the end of the sentences?

In advance thanks so much for the help.

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    There seems to be a typo. Isn't it 手伝い? – naruto Jun 7 '17 at 4:24
  • @naruto you are right I think It should be を but in the manga say の do you have some idea why? – oriaj Jun 7 '17 at 15:31
  • I don't know... Possibly a longer context in Japanese might help, but usually it should be a simple typo. – naruto Jun 7 '17 at 22:05
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1) している is the verb します? If is, in what form are?

している means it is progressive.

2) the か at the end of the sentence means that is a question?

Yes. か indicates an interrogative sentence.

3) why use です at the end of the sentences?

です in a sentence makes it polite or formal. ですか in the sentence means you are asking a question in a polite way.

Hope this answers your question.

  • thanks so much for your answer but with the comment of @naruto I have one more question do you have idea about why use の instead of を? – oriaj Jun 7 '17 at 15:32

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