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    grammatically speaking

    I would like to know if the sentence: "May I get your phone number" is grammatically correct or just simply uncourteous

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    Re: grammatically speaking

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I would like to know if the sentence: "May I get your phone number" is grammatically correct or just simply uncourteous

    It's 'OK', but 'May I have your phone number ?' is more common.

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    Re: grammatically speaking

    But "Would you like to exchange phone numbers?" is the best!

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