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Ask – Reported Speech

Ask –  Reported Speech We use ASK when someone makes a polite request for you to do something. The structure is “Asked + me + to + verb”.

Questions a Waiter Might Ask

Questions a Waiter Might Ask What can I do for you? Can I help you? Can I take your coat? How many are you? and etc… Follow the list for other example questions;

Uses of Ask with Phrasal Verbs

Uses of Ask with Phrasal Verbs Uses of ask for, ask over, ask about, ask after, ask out, ask around, ask round, ask in.

Expressions to Ask About Health / Life

Expressions to Ask About Health / Life How are you? How are things? How’s things? How’s it going? How are you getting on? How have you been? What have you been (getting) up to? I hope everything’s okay? Alright? How have you been keeping?

Expressions to Ask For Information – English Speaking Study

Expressions to Ask For Information – English Speakin Study

Collocations – Tell, Say, Ask

Collocations – Tell, Say, Ask Collocations; two or more words that often go together. In this examples related to verbs “Tell”, “Say”, “Ask”;