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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #85852: The verb 'to ask' and its synonyms
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    The verb 'to ask' and its synonyms

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    1. May I you your name and address so that I can send you a postcard ?

    2. Last night my baby was crying. He was hungry and a feeding bottle.

    3. I have to call my mother my father health. He is in hospital.

    4. I felt pity for the old woman who for food in the street.

    5. Please Doctor, I you, save my child!

    6. Why did my mother my schedule? Didn't she believe me?

    7. The barrister has an audience to make a request to the President of The Crown Court.

    8. My job a great deal of attention and much thoroughness.

    9. I've for a visa to go to Vietnam in November.

    10. The policemen are the man to obtain some information on a gang.

    11. At the end of the term, the teacher will the pupils on their knowledge.

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