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What do you say when you give something to someone in Japanese?

 

I don't necessarily mean a gift or something big, it can be a mundane everyday thing like tea or the remote control for the television.

In English one might say "here you go" or "there you are" or just "here". I wonder if there's an equivalent in Japanese.

Thanks in advance.

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    we just say "hai" when we give something to someone.
    if you wanna make it more polite, you could say, "douzo" or "hai, douzo"
    hope it'll help!

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