So, yesterday, I met a guy, a Syrian. He knew English very well, however I tried to speak with him in Arabic as far as you guys thought me until the lesson "#116 - Beginner - Wrong Bus". And I should say I could say a lot of things that are very practical and useful, thank you for that. Also, he understood that I am learning Arabic and helped me by trying to talk in Arabic, as much as he can.
He was going to the airport and was carrying a small baggage. I tried to offer him to carry his baggage after we greeted each other and introduced ourselves. I wanted to say "let me help you". However, I couldn't.
I tried with اسمحي ان اساعدك and asked him if I used that correct, he told me "no", and told me how to say it in proper way and I forgot what he said.
I looked up Google Translate and it came up with this answer: اسمحوا لي أن تساعدك.
Now, could you break things down for me? Also, I am curious why تساعدك is used. Doesn't it mean "you help you"?