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How to make requests in English language?

In our daily life we come across many sit­u­a­tions where we have to make a request or a com­mand. There are dif­fer­ent lev­els of polite­ness in mak­ing a request. You have to know them because they will help oth­ers to under­stand what you want to con­vey. Oth­er­wise, there is a prob­a­bil­ity of tak­ing your request as a com­mand. The fol­low­ing are some of the ways how you can request some­thing in English.

  1. Give me some money.
  2. Will you lend me some money, (please)?
  3. Can you lend me some money, (please)?
  4. Could you lend me some money?
  5. Do you think you could lend me some money?
  6. I won­der if you could lend me some money.
  7. Would you mind lend­ing me some money?
  8. If you could lend me some money, I’d be very grateful/I’d appre­ci­ate it.
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Make requests — Can you please lend me some money?

In the above list, the (1) is the least polite way of mak­ing a request and (8) is the most polite. They are arranged in the ascend­ing order of polite­ness. The last form (8) is mostly used in writ­ing not gen­er­ally not used in speaking.

It is impor­tant to under­stand that using the proper degree of polite­ness is very impor­tant in the Eng­lish lan­guage oth­er­wise it sounds awk­ward. For exam­ple, if you say ‘would you mind fetch­ing me some water?’ to your ser­vant, it looks odd and he/she will be sur­prised. Also, when you want to ask some­thing (pen for exam­ple) from a stranger don’t say ‘Will you lend me your pen?’ as it will sound the rude­ness and he will under­stand it as a com­mand instead of a request. Hence, before you ask some­thing, iden­tify the close­ness of the per­son with you and make the request in cor­rect form.

Learning Basic English Is Easy

How many times have you thought about going back to school because the level of your Eng­lish gram­mar errors is wor­ry­ing? Poor gram­mar can impede your busi­ness rela­tions or it can affect your con­fi­dence in class and all. Eng­lish is not the first lan­guage to many, but its com­mand defines you. To learn­ers, there are auto­matic gram­mar mis­takes and poor sen­tence con­struc­tion. This prob­lem changes after few lessons, tests and ideas. A teacher stands in to give direc­tion to a learner.

Read widely. It can be fic­tion or non fic­tion books. They give you more pat­terns when it comes to Eng­lish. Like any other world lan­guage, sim­plic­ity is the hall mark of learn­ing. Eng­lish is sim­ple. This is how good spelling and gram­mar is built. You are not learn­ing to impress but to com­mu­ni­cate. When under going the learn­ing, flu­ent nature ought to come later.

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english-basics

There is noth­ing like too much read­ing. In fact read­ing has never been more than enough as it is a knowl­edge that learn­ers live with for­ever. Sim­pli­fied terms and sen­tences work for every­one. If you can under­stand what you have writ­ten about, another per­son who is going to read your sen­tences will also under­stand. You have to see the sense in your sen­tences. You need to write a sen­tence and put your self in the shoes of other readers.

Tune to known radio and tele­vi­sion net­works and lis­ten to how they read and deliver sto­ries. The Eng­lish used is sim­ple and neu­tral. This kind of spe­cial Eng­lish is accept­able world over. You’ll improve on pro­nun­ci­a­tion when you make it a habit of lis­ten­ing to such media. Soft­ware of text to speech read­ers is com­mon these days. This tech­no­log­i­cal soft­ware can be down­loaded to assist learn­ers. A book is the trea­sure to learn­ing English.

Leaning English Writing Using A Software

The Eng­lish lan­guage is the most inter­na­tion­ally known and used lan­guage of com­mu­ni­ca­tion. This sin­gle fact makes it most imper­a­tive to learn it and use it well for both writ­ten and spo­ken com­mu­ni­ca­tion. The Eng­lish lan­guage struc­ture is one of the sim­plest yet. Word and sen­tence con­struc­tion rules, once under­stood, make for very inter­est­ing communication.

Daily use of cor­rect spo­ken and writ­ten Eng­lish that adheres to the gram­mat­i­cal rules of the lan­guage is most encour­aged as it is the only way through which the integrity of the lan­guage can be pre­served and upheld. There are today sev­eral ways in which learn­ing the Eng­lish lan­guage, for writ­ing pur­poses in par­tic­u­lar, can be accomplished.

Leaning English Writing Using A Software

Lean­ing Eng­lish Writ­ing Using A Software

Use of Eng­lish writ­ing soft­wares is one of the ways to do this. The won­ders of mod­ern tech­nol­ogy have pro­vided the world with a com­pe­tent aid to ensure an eas­ier and bet­ter way to pro­duce lit­eral work in Eng­lish that brings out all that is beau­ti­ful in the Eng­lish language.

Among the main chal­lenges that encum­ber peo­ple when it comes to pro­duc­ing good writ­ing in Eng­lish is gram­mar. Gram­mar entails the cor­rect use of words in word and sen­tence con­struc­tion. The answer to this has been pro­vided in spe­cially made soft­ware that cor­rect and guide one on how to attain good gram­mat­i­cal skills. These soft­wares are designed in such user friendly ways that one hardly needs super­vi­sion to use them. The soft­wares work by cor­rect­ing gram­mat­i­cal errors as one writes which horns one’s writ­ing skills in no time.

Eng­lish writ­ing soft­wares have inbuilt capa­bil­i­ties to guide one in use of punc­tu­a­tion marks, proof read­ing com­pleted work and giv­ing trans­la­tions and def­i­n­i­tions of words that will go a long way in enrich­ing a writer’s vocab­u­lary. The soft­wares are updated every so often with new words and ways to use them through data­bases to ensure relevance.

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