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    #1

    Post ask return?

    Dear friends,

    Do we say 'ask return'?

    For example, if someone ask me a question, 'I don't think you should eat too much fried chicken', then I ask return, 'Why not?' ---Is it correct to say that?

    Thank you!

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    Re: ask return?

    *not a teacher

    You ask IN return, and in your example you should make sure you use a question.

    If someone asks me the question, 'Do you think you should eat so much fried chicken?', then I ask in return, 'Why not?'

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    Re: ask return?

    Thank you! montfan.

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