- How do you ask someone to explain more?
- How do you politely ask what someone wants?
- How do I make a request?
- Can I ask you for a Favour?
- How do you politely ask for information?
- Can you please help me with the request below?
- How do you ask politely if the work is done?
- How do you say no nicely?
- Can you kindly or could you kindly?
- What to say instead of I was wondering?
- How do you ask a mobile number professionally?
- How do you ask someone nicely?
- Can you please kindly assist?
- Will you be able or would you be able?
- How do you formally ask for something?
How do you ask someone to explain more?
There are a few simple steps to follow when you’re looking for further explanation.Admit you need clarification.
Admitting you need more information makes the next step much easier for the person you ask.
Don’t blame the other person.
Own your confusion.
How do you politely ask what someone wants?
You just need to remain polite, and while avoiding committing yourself to anything until you know their exact query, make them feel like they are “going to get what they want.” Because they will get want they want, either it turns out you can deal with it and so help them, or the manager is required and they get put …
How do I make a request?
Making requests – asking someone to do something for you These are the three most common ways for making requests: “Could you open the door for me, please?” “Would you mind opening the door for me, please?” “Can you open the door for me, please?
Can I ask you for a Favour?
Asking for a favor refers to asking someone to do something for you. Use these phrases to politely ask for a favor. When someone asks you for a favor, you’ll have to either grant it (say yes) or refuse it (say no).
How do you politely ask for information?
Here are 5 English phrases you can use to ask somebody for the information you need.Can you tell me…? Could you tell me…?Can anyone tell me…? / Could anyone tell me…?Do you know…?Do you have any idea…? Do you happen to know…?I wonder if you could tell me…
Can you please help me with the request below?
In your sentence “May you assist with the below request”, is asking if she has (was granted) the permission to assist with the request. Incidentally, If the intention is to ask the person to assist (with a hopefully positive outcome), the sentence should be: “Could you / would you assist …”
How do you ask politely if the work is done?
Just be polite and ask if they had got around to it yet. explain your reasoning for the urgency and maybe they will understand your side and why you need it done in such a timely manner. Don’t be blunt like hey did you do this that sounds like you have an attitude .
How do you say no nicely?
Here are 10 ways for you to say ‘NO’ in a polite manner:I’m honoured but I can’t..I wish there were two of me.Sorry, I’m booked into something else right now.Sadly, I have something else.No, thank you but it sounds lovely, so next time.I’m not taking anything else right now.More items…•
Can you kindly or could you kindly?
Both are polite, and no reasonable professor would take objection to either. If you wanted to sound a little more formal, you could say I should be most grateful if you would send me the document. I would prefer the word please in more formal communications. Kindly would be better-suited for familiar environments.
What to say instead of I was wondering?
If you want to know what time a meeting is, instead of saying “I was wondering what time the meeting is”, say “What time is the meeting?” If that’s too direct, you can say “I’m not clear on what time the meeting is supposed to be.
How do you ask a mobile number professionally?
Example context : When you are asking the phone number of your date. You want to be polite, but not formal….Both could be correct, depending on the context.Can I have your phone number? — A (casual) request for the phone number. … Could I have your phone number? … May I have your phone number?
How do you ask someone nicely?
Use “WOULD YOU DO ME A FAVOR.” This is often used and you must use it when you are asking for a special request or favor. Other phrases for asking something to someone nicely are “DO YOU MIND,” WOULD YOU MIND, COULD I, WOULD IT BE OK IF, WOULD IT BE POSSIBLE, WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO, etc.
Can you please kindly assist?
The correct phrase would be “could you please assist.” You can request something, but you don’t “request for” something.
Will you be able or would you be able?
It’s polite because the phrase “would you” is less direct than “Can you” or “Will you”. You ask “Would you be able to ___” when you’re asking someone to do something that is a bit inconvenient: Would you be able to give me a ride home after work tomorrow?
How do you formally ask for something?
Fortunately, the structure of a formal email of request is very simple:You start the email or letter by explaining what you are writing about (the topic/subject) and what the email’s purpose is (i.e. you want to ask them some questions or for something).Then in the next section, you ask them the questions or requests.More items…