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    Question Line up

    If someone cuts in a line, how should I respond? Could I say 'could you please line up?'
    Thank you!

    JY

    I am not a teacher

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    Re: Line up

    I am not a teacher.

    I suppose you mean what I would call 'pushing in'.

    I'd say, 'Would you mind getting to the back of the queue, please?'

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