Re: To ask for a bottle of milk to send / to be sent him
I'm sure you didn't want to hear that both are correct, but they are - in different contexts!
Originally Posted by JACEK1
I have asked for a bottle of milk to be sent to him = I have asked/arranged for someone else to send the milk to him.
I have asked for a bottle of milk to send to him = someone is going to bring me the milk and then I will send it to him.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.