Idiom: give me a hand / give someone a hand
Note: Lend me a hand or lend someone a hand is equally common and means the exact same thing as give me a hand.
— You’ve got both arms full of groceries. Can I give you a hand opening the door?
— I’m so glad you lent me a hand with the cleaning—I never would’ve finished on time.
— Could you give me a hand with the party decorations?
— We promised to lend a hand at church today by calling parishioners for donations.
— Could somebody lend us a hand over here with these boxes?
— Sorry I'm late, I had to give my neighbor a hand with changing a flat tire.
— Your grandson is so kind. He always lends me a hand with repairs around the house whenever he's in town.
— You'll love living in this apartment building. The neighbors are so friendly and they guys at the front desk will happily give you a hand whenever you need something.
— Please give your mother a hand with the dishes, will you!
— Don't worry. The porter will give you a hand with your suitcases in just a moment.
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