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    ask for - demand for - appeal for - claim for

    I know all these verbs are used when someone has to ask for something but I was wondering if they are used in different contexts or with different level of enphasis. Could you explain them with some example, please? The dictionary is not clear enough.

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    Re: ask for - demand for - appeal for - claim for

    Can anyone help me with this thread?

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    Re: ask for - demand for - appeal for - claim for

    Can anyone help me with this thread?

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