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  1. pallavi_pallu373
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    I beg you apology

    I beg you apology.
    I beg your apology.

    which of above sentence is correct.


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    Re: I beg you apology

    What are you trying to express? Are you asking for an apology or apologising for something?


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    Re: I beg you apology

    Not a teacher, but...

    I have a feeling this might have something to do with a sighted phrase - "I beg your pardon." :)


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    Re: I beg you apology

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    What are you trying to express? Are you asking for an apology or apologising for something?
    i AM APOLOGISING FOR MY MISTAKE.


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    Re: I beg you apology

    Quote Originally Posted by pallavi_pallu373 View Post
    i AM APOLOGISING FOR MY MISTAKE.
    I beg your pardon OR Please accept my apology.

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