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  1. Unregistered Lina
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    Smile request

    Hello

    I'd like to ask about the expression of a request.

    I heard that " Will you ~?" sounded strong and it was like an order. Is that right?
    I know " Would you ~?" or " Could you ~?" are more polite. And there is another way of " Will you ~?" like " Will you try this cake?"
    I wonder in what situation and to whom you use " Will you ~?" for requesting.

    Would you help me to understand this usage?

    Thank you.

  2. TheMadBaron
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    Re: request

    Are you having trouble finding your original thread?
    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8583

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