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    Would you go and ask Rose

    Is this correct grammatically?

    "Would you go and ask Rose and see if she won't assist you with your English?
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    Re: Would you go and ask Rose

    Welcome to the forum.

    Note that I have changed your thread title so that it includes some/all of the words you are querying. I have added your actual question to the body of your post.

    Did you write that question yourself or did you read it somewhere else? If you read it somewhere else, you need to quote the source.

    You put an opening quotation mark at the start but no closing quotation mark at the end. That makes it incorrect.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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