Used to suggest or invite someone to try doing something;
Verb-て form + ごらん
Sono geemu wo yatte goran.
Why don't you try playing that game?
Kare ni hanashite goran.
Why not try talking to him?
Atarashii reshipi wo tsukutte goran.
Why don't you try making a new recipe?
Sono doresu wo kite goran.
Why don't you try wearing that dress?
The ～てごらん grammar point is used when you want to suggest or invite someone to try doing something. It is a softer, informal way to say 'Please try' or 'Why not try'. This form is often used among friends, family or close acquaintances.
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