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  1. wotcha's Avatar
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    #1

    If you have anything/something to ask, feel free to ask.

    1. If you have anything to ask feel free to ask

    2. If you have something to ask feel free to ask.



    Is sentence 2 grammatical too?
    Last edited by wotcha; 28-Mar-2013 at 18:24.

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    #2

    re: If you have anything/something to ask, feel free to ask.

    As an NES but not a teacher:

    The main problem that I would have with both sentences is the repetition of "to ask".
    I would rather say "If you have any questions feel free to ask."

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    R21

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