I'm new to Japanese Stack Exchange. I've been studying Japanese with Rocket Japanese for the past two months and would love to have a resource to ask for some advice and guidance when I spend far too much time trying to figure out something myself :-) I'd much appreciate help me with this question: What is the exact meaning of kure here:
Will you come with me? いっしょ に きて くれます か？ / Issho ni kite kure masu ka?
Why would it not be this instead: いっしょ に きて します か？ / Issho ni kite shimasu ka?
Or do they both mean the same thing? If so, is there a different inflection? As くれ signifies the giving and receiving of something, in this example does it me the giving of someone's time?
I've only mastered the hiragana syllabary to date, so if you could please stick to hiragana in any answers, that would be great :-)