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  1. Anonymous
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    The position of "Please" in a sentence

    I woul like to know where do we put the word "please" within a sentence.
    eg. Do we say: Please, open the door or open the door, please?

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    It doesn't matter- they are both correct. Placing it at the beginning signals the request from the start, so might be more appropriate for formal use.

  2. love2swim20203
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    hb;hj;b

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    I'm not quite sure I follow you there.

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