helpnoun

  • ja助け、援助
  • enany act of kindness that serves to assist or provide relief to someone or something

Examples

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Hi again.
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Hey.
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Hey.
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Thank you so much.
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Oh, don’t thank me.
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Thank the jerk that never showed up.
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Okay, I gotta get to work.
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You want some help with that?
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Oh, no, thanks, I got it.
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- No, I don’t. - Whoa!
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My mother was right.
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She said the world of men do not deserve you.
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They don't deserve our help.
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Okay, I can see this isn’t going to work.
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I’ll just tell my uncle that you weren’t receptive to my help!
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Go ahead! Tell your uncle!
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Tell your mama too!
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I can teach myself and get back on the team! Huh!
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Wait, who’s your uncle?
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Tom Reilly.
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Perhaps you know him.
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He coaches basketball, at your school.
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So what's going on?
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Why'd you wanna meet in private?
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I need your help with a case.
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Three antique coins were stolen from my classics department at Columbia.
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So why not ask Captain Holt for help on the case?
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Wait, are you guys getting a divorce?
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I can handle it.
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This doesn't bring up any weird issues for me.
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Iron Maiden has been very successful for a very long time, however,
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compared to a lot of of other really successful bands,
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they're not really played much on the radio or TV when they were getting their start.
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So what do you think about how they can be successful for such a long time without that kind of help?
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Well, I mean, if they're making business, they're making business.
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And I guess it's cool to be successful.
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We'd appreciate your cooperation if you find out who did it.
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I'll tell you what.
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If I find out who did it,
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I will shake their hand, pat them on the back, give them 72 hours to get out of the country,
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and then I'll let you know who it is.
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Is there anything else?
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No, okay, thanks for your help.
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Before you spin the wheel, you might be thinking to yourself, "Well, what happens if I land on this bad boy?"
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And that's where you folks at home come in!
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We need your help, okay?
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Let us know what you think should be on the wheel!
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Sometimes I need the help and I ask for help
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and I'm totally willing to accept help.
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I think people, for the most part, mean well.
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You know, they're trying to help
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but they don't know how to help.