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  1. B45
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    Is there a restroom here? Can you please tell me where it is? VS Can you please te

    Is there a restroom here?

    Can you please tell me where it is?

    VS

    Can you please tell me where is it?

    Are both okay?

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    Re: Is there a restroom here? Can you please tell me where it is? VS Can you pleas

    Only the first one is correct.

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    Re: Is there a restroom here? Can you please tell me where it is? VS Can you pleas

    I am not a teacher.

    You could get away with, 'Can you please tell me? Where is it?'

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    Re: Is there a restroom here? Can you please tell me where it is? VS Can you pleas

    I would go with the first. The second is not repairable with a period or a question mark between the initial phrase and the question.

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