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  1. Newbie
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    Lightbulb Could you help me?

    If I need help from someone witch one Is better .could you help me or can help me?

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    Re: Asking question

    I need help from someone. Which one is better: could you help me or can you help me?

    Both are okay. Neither is better than the other.

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    Re: Asking question

    Quote Originally Posted by Hyab View Post
    If I need help from someone​, witch which one is better - "Could you help me?" or "Can you help me?"?
    Note my corrections above in red. If you start a sentence with "If", you need to continue with a second clause after a comma. Note the correct spelling of "which". "Witch" is completely different - check your dictionary.

    The two questions have the same meaning.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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