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    What is the proper way of asking someone what help they need? I have a few example.

    1) What do you need help with?
    2) What kind of help do you need from me?
    3) What help do you need from me?
    4) What assistance do you need?

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    Re: What is the proper way of asking someone what help they need? I have a few exampl

    All are OK.

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