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I want you to let me A
In order of increasing formality: ほしい、もらいたい、いただきたい
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       いただきたい  
I'd like you to let me explain.
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この      いただきたい     
I'd like you to leave this matter to me.

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AVerb Causative て form
いただきたい
Basic Examples:
かせていただきたい (I want you to let me go)

AVerb Causative て form
もらいたい
Basic Examples:
えさせてもらいたい (I want you to let me teach)

AVerb Causative て form
ほしい
Basic Examples:
べさせてしい (I want you to let me eat)

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Discussion about this grammar
Level: 632, : 1,312

It feels like the いただきたい of the Basic example: "かせていたきたい (I want you to let me go)" has a typo.

i.e. looks like doesn't belong (seems like an unrelated kanji), and should just be a だ

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2 months ago (Edited 2 months ago.)
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Level: 105, : 6,478

Fixed, thanks!

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2 months ago



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