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    I asked for the children to have some extra milk.

    Hello,
    Could You, please, help me to understand the meaning of " I asked for the children to have some extra milk."




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    Re: I asked for the children to have some extra milk.

    You asked somebody if the children could have some extra milk.

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    Re: I asked for the children to have some extra milk.

    Quote Originally Posted by gurpreetgill4u View Post
    Could you [no comma] please [no comma] help me to understand the meaning of "[no space here]I asked for the children to have some extra milk."
    I have changed your original title.

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

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