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You can say 有難うございます、良く手伝いました (arigatougozaimasu, yoku tetsudaimashita), "Thanks, you've been a real help".

Further, you may say 手伝ってくれて有難うございます 'tetsudatte kurete, arigatou gozaimasu.' Or, if someone has been looking out for you/particularly kind, you may say お世話になりました 'Osewa ni narimashita.'

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11y ago
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15y ago

'Tasukete kudasai' (Help me, I'm in danger) or 'Tetsudatte kudasai' (Help me [with this task])

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14y ago

"Please help me" would be "tetsudatte kudasai."

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13y ago

"私を手伝ってくれますか" /wa ta shi o tet su dat te ku re ma su ka/ read consecutively: 'watashi o tetsdatte kuremaska' is a way of saying 'Will/Can you help me please?' in polite Japanese.

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12y ago

Different ways, one of politer ones would be 'Nanka go youken ga arimasu ka'.

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12y ago

Get me~ 私を得る

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