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what phrasal verb should I use if situation is like this:
some one stands infront of me??and I can't see the projector on which the notes are written.I want to say him,"please !_________"?????.!
Its a easy one but I want to know best phrasal common (american)verb..
This is my third apologize but I dont know where you felt i was arrogant or rudeI have a big problem in writing english or u can say Im really bad at english.
i said someone(person)(if)stands or walkin infront (ahead)of me.I want to say him/her please can you give me a way to move ?
what phrasal verb I should use....?
dear anglica,Did you advise me?"try to be (reasonably) polite"
I am ready to give up my journey of learning english.......!
Thank You for helping me....!
you are doing great work...!
For instance, you could be rather rude and say "Hey, shift it, will ya!"
So to be very polite, you might say, "Excuse me, could I come through, please?"
Or "Pardon me, may I come past you?"
Don't give up - we all go through learning curves with language.
You could say:
Please sit down.
Sit down, please!
I can't see the screen. Please sit down.