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    Question when asked to or when asked?

    When _________(ask), my boys will help neaten their room.

    Should "asked" or "asked to" be filled in the blank? Thanks!

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    Re: when asked to or when asked?

    They are both acceptable.

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    Re: when asked to or when asked?

    'Tidy' is more natural than 'neaten'.

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