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    hibuffalo is offline Newbie
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    Lightbulb What should I say in order to ask a question?

    Hi everyone. I'm new in here as well as in England.

    In the situation like I need information or I need to ask someone something, I always say 'Sorry, I'd like to ask what/how/if/...' Is it weird to ask like that? is it acceptable? or should I ask in other questions?


    Cheers
    Buffalo

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    billmcd is offline Key Member
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    Re: What should I say in order to ask a question?

    Quote Originally Posted by hibuffalo View Post
    Hi everyone. I'm new in here as well as in England.

    In the situation like I need information or I need to ask someone something, I always say 'Sorry, I'd like to ask what/how/if/...' Is it weird to ask like that? is it acceptable? or should I ask in other questions?


    Cheers
    Buffalo
    It's OK or "Excuse me, but I'd like to etc."

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