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"Massugu itte kudasai. Soshite, hidari/migi ni magatte kudasai" for these simple directions in Japanese I would like to know why kudasai is said so often in this way, or is this sentence wrong?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    It is because of polite expression.

    But, it sounds noisy that the same words repeated as you say.

    " massugu itte soshite hidari/migi ni magatte kudasai "(I think this is better!)

    I hope you keep practicing your Japanese.^^

    No ,nothing wrong with that,
    that is the polite way most Japanese treat and talk with whom they don't know yet enough.
    actually Japanese people use KUDASAI many times which means ;Please.

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