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    JustAlilBit is offline Banned
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    Default Take a picture

    Hello, for example I see a famous person in front of me and I want to take a picture together. Is this way is correct to ask him to take a picture together? Can I take a picture together? I think you understood what I tried to express just help me please.

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    Default Re: Take a picture

    I would use something like Could I have a picture with you? That is more likely to appeal to big egos.

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    Thank you. Could I have a picture with this forum teachers? =)

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    Default Re: Take a picture

    Not this one- I can only go outside after nightfall.

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