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Last Updated March 31, 2021, 6:17 pm
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Asking.

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Asking for things

Formal and informal ways to ask for information in different situations.

Choose a formal and informal form to use in your own conversations

(What/How) About

Some question words are followed by 'about' to make an informal question:

  1. How about a cup of tea? (Shall we have a cup of tea?)
  2. How are you? I'm fine, how about you?

Examples

  1. Where's the bus station?
  2. Can you help me? Where's the bus station?
  3. Excuse me. Where's the bus station?
  4. Can you tell me, where the bus station is?
  5. Could you tell me, where the bus station is?
  6. Excuse me! Do you know where the bus station is?
  7. I'd like to know where the bus station is.
  8. Do you happen to know where the bus station is?
  9. Sorry to bother you, but do you know where the bus station is?
  10. Can you give me some idea where the bus station is please?
  11. I wonder if you could tell me where the bus station is.
  12. I'd like to know where the bus station is.

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