Grammar Info
N1 Lesson 10: 13/22

~て + やる ~て + やる Just wait and see, Just you wait, To do a favor, For you, Definitely, For sure

Structure
Casual
Formal
Verb[て] + やる
Verb[て] + やります
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使用域 一般
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  • てやる may be used ironically to show anger, or the strong resolve to perform undesirable actions to the listener (threatening), rather than performing favors for others sake. In addition it may also be used to express an intention to show off one's true ability/power. It’s often used together with expressions like どうせ、絶対、さっさと and the like.
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アクション映画(えいが)マッチョな主人公(しゅじんこう):「ぶっ殺(ころ)してやる!」
The macho protagonist in an action movie: ‘I'm gonna kill you!’
ぶっ is frequently used to emphasize the following verb, especially motion verbs
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お金(かね)なくて行(い)きたい大学(だいがく)行(い)ないという状況(じょうきょう):「金持(かねも)ちになてやる!」
The situation of not being able to go to the school one wants to, due to money problems : ‘I will get rich, just you wait!’
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低得点(ていとくてん)馬鹿(ばか)にされた後(あと):「絶対(ぜったい)次(つぎ)テストでは100点(てん)取(と)って、あいつ見返(みかえ)してやる。 」
After being ridiculed for a low score : 'I will definitely score 100 on the next test and prove I’m better than that dude, just you wait!'
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Try N1
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A Dictionary of Intermediate Japanese Grammar
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