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When to use please or could you please answer this question?

When to use please or could you please answer this question?

If you are unwilling to countenance the possibility of being refused, I think you will make a better impression on the recipient by prefacing your command with “please” than by framing the order—with or without the “please”—as a question that isn’t really a question.

What do you mean by give Me an answer?

Give Me An Answer provides Straightforward answers for Skeptics and truth-seeker.

Is it rude to say ” Please Answer This question “?

Rather than rude, you would be perceived as highly polite or formal. are just excessively polite ways of framing a request or order that usually needs just a simple ‘please.’ Such phrases are a remnant and reminder of the so-called ‘age of manners’ when it was considered rude not to use such phrases in polite society.

When to answer a request disguised as a question?

A request disguised as a question does not require a question mark. Such formulations can usually be reduced to the imperative. Would you kindly respond by March 1. Please respond by March 1.

Is there anything wrong with using the word please?

There is nothing wrong with such usage. Rather than rude, you would be perceived as highly polite or formal. are just excessively polite ways of framing a request or order that usually needs just a simple ‘please.’

How to use ” may you assist with the below request “?

Ask how the person is doing, how his business is shaping up, mention the weather if you have to, but SOMETHING! Second, remind him of your previous correspondence. In a single line, remind him of your previous email. Third, do NOT use words like “I’m sorry”, “I apologize”, “bother” etc.

If you are unwilling to countenance the possibility of being refused, I think you will make a better impression on the recipient by prefacing your command with “please” than by framing the order—with or without the “please”—as a question that isn’t really a question.

Rather than rude, you would be perceived as highly polite or formal. are just excessively polite ways of framing a request or order that usually needs just a simple ‘please.’ Such phrases are a remnant and reminder of the so-called ‘age of manners’ when it was considered rude not to use such phrases in polite society.

There is nothing wrong with such usage. Rather than rude, you would be perceived as highly polite or formal. are just excessively polite ways of framing a request or order that usually needs just a simple ‘please.’