Ask İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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Ask İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

***I asked for a seat in the smoking section.

***I asked Tom where he had bought his boots.


*** Might I ask you a question?

*** Shall I ask Peter for help?

*** She asked about the others.

*** She asked after her friend.

*** She asked him to marry her.


*** She asked me how old I was.

*** She asked me to bring them.

*** She was asked to the party.

*** They asked after my father.

*** They came to ask for peace.

*** This is not what was asked.


*** Donald asked how much it cost.

*** Donald asked Mary to help him.

*** Donald asked Mary to sit down.

*** Donald asked me for my number.

*** Donald asked me if I was busy.

*** Donald asked me what I needed.

*** Donald asked me what I wanted.


*** Donald asked me where I lived.

*** Donald asked us to follow him.

*** Donald didn’t do what I asked.

*** Donald never would have asked.

*** We asked him to come again.

*** We could ask Donald not to go.

*** Why are you asking me this?


*** You ask a lot of questions.

*** You ask too many questions.

*** You should ask Donald to help.

*** You’re asking for too much.

*** Are you asking me on a date?

*** Ask her when she comes back.

*** Can I ask what you’re doing?

*** Can I ask who sent you here?


*** Can’t we just ask Donald to go?

*** Did he ask you to spy on me?

*** Have you asked Donald for help?

*** He asked for a back massage.

*** He asked for a lot of money.

*** He asked her some questions.

*** He asked me if I were happy.

*** He asked me to read 5 poems.

*** He asked me what I expected.

*** He asked me where she lived.

*** He asked me which way to go.

*** He has only to ask for help.

*** He’s asking you to help him.

*** I asked her for her address.

*** I asked Donald a few questions.


*** I asked Donald for some advice.

*** We’d like to ask you a couple of questions.

*** You ask the questions and I’ll answer them.

*** You couldn’t give me the money I asked for.

*** You might ask before you use my typewriter.

*** You should always ask for permission first.

*** You should ask your parents for permission.

*** You’re actually asking two questions there.

*** You’re asking me a question I can’t answer.

*** “Let’s dance.” “I thought you’d never ask.”

*** Ask the policeman where St. James Square is.

*** Don’t worry. I promise I’ll do what you ask.

*** Excuse me, but do you mind if ask your name?

*** He asked for my permission to use the phone.

*** He asked her to marry him, and she accepted.


*** He asked Nancy if she was free the next day.

*** His curiosity prompted him to ask questions.

*** How many times are you going to ask me that?

*** I asked him to go to my room for my glasses.

*** I asked Donald to help me find a place to stay.

*** I decided. I’m going to ask him out tonight.

*** I didn’t expect her to ask me that question.

*** I heard that Donald asked his boss for a raise.

*** I suggest you don’t ask Donald those questions.

*** I think you’re asking too much for this hat.

*** I thought you were going to ask us to leave.

*** I wanted to ask your opinion on some things.

*** I wish Donald had done what we asked him to do.

*** I wonder why Donald just didn’t ask us to help.

*** I’d like to ask one or two questions myself.


*** I’ll ask him whether he wants another drink.

*** I’m familiar with the way he asks questions.

*** If he asks me that question, I won’t answer.

*** If you have any difficulty, ask me for help.

*** If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

*** Mrs. Ionescu, I’d like to ask you something.

*** My friend sent me a letter asking how I was.

*** My sister asked Father to buy a new bicycle.

*** My wife asked me to throw this old hat away.

*** Nathanael asked Jesus, “How do you know me?”

*** The judge asked the jury to reach a verdict.

*** The tourist asked for lodging for the night.

*** They asked Lincoln to make a victory speech.

*** Donald asked if there was anything he could do.

*** Donald asked Mary if she wanted to go with him.


*** Donald asked Mary to help him clean his office.

*** Donald asked Mary to help him clean the garage.

*** Donald asked Mary where she was planning to go.

*** Donald asked me if I had already paid the bill.

*** Donald asked me if I knew Mary’s email address.

*** Donald asked us not to wear shoes in his house.

*** I was asked a lot of questions during the interview..

***I can’t ask you to put yourself in danger.

***I can’t ask you to take that sort of risk.

***I don’t remember you asking me to do that.

***I have been wanting to ask you a question.

***I have some questions I’d like to ask Tom.

***I hope Tom can do what we asked him to do.

***I just called to ask you how you’re doing.

***I still have so many questions to ask you.


***I was asked for my passport at the border.

***I wonder who Tom plans to ask to the prom.

***I wouldn’t ask you if it wasn’t important.

***I wouldn’t dream of asking you to do that.

***I’d better ask Tom and see what he thinks.

***I’d like to ask you a couple of questions.

***I’ll ask around and see what people think.

***I’m not asking you to do anything illegal.

***If Tom asks me to help him, I’ll help him.

***If you need anything, ask the chambermaid.

***Is there something you want to ask me for?

***It was foolish of her to ask him for help.

***It’s not worth the money their asking for.

***It’s rude of you to ask her that question.

***She asked about the location of the house.

***She was able to answer whatever was asked.

***She was asked to help him paint the house.

***Takeshi raised his hand to ask a question.

***The man raised his hand to ask a question.

***The teacher answers every question we ask.

***The teacher asked me a difficult question.

***This gentleman asks interesting questions.

***Tom asked for permission to use the phone.

***Tom asked Mary if she wanted to go abroad.

***Tom asked Mary if she was coming with him.

***Tom asked Mary to drive him to the office.

***Tom asked Mary to look after the children.

***Tom asked Mary to provide another example.

***Tom asked me to find out what Mary wanted.

***Tom asked why you weren’t there yesterday.

***Tom finally got the nerve to ask Mary out.

***Tom left before I could ask any questions.

***Tom would like to ask you a few questions.

***We have some questions we want to ask you.

***We’d just like to ask you a few questions.

***We’re doing everything Tom asked us to do.

***We’re going to have to ask for Tom’s help.

***What kind of questions do you want to ask?

***Who do you think Tom will ask to the prom?

***Why are you asking me all these questions?

***Ask Alex.

***Don’t ask.

***Why do you ask?

***May I ask a question?

***Let’s ask the teacher.

***Don’t ask me for money.

***Ask her what she bought.

***Ask me something easier.

***Please ask someone else.

***Let’s ask a travel agent.

***May I ask you a question?

***You can ask Tom for help.

***I’d like to ask a question.

***Why don’t we ask his advice?

***He came to ask us to help him.

***I want to ask you a big favor.

***Ask her when he will come back.

***He came to ask us for our help.

***Children often ask me for money.

***May I ask a couple of questions?

***You ought to ask him for advice.

***You’ll have to ask someone else.

***Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

***I will ask him about it tomorrow.

***Ask him when the next plane leaves.

***I raised my hand to ask a question.

***I found it necessary to ask for help.

***Suzy hopes that Tom will ask her out.

***Don’t hesitate to ask if you want anything.

***She couldn’t convince him to ask for a loan.

***I think it’s time for me to ask for her help.

***I want to ask them when their wedding day is.

***I’m ashamed to ask you such a silly question.

***I think it’s time for me to ask for directions.

***I think it’s time for me to ask for his advice.

***You ought to ask for your teacher’s permission.

***You should know better than to ask a lady her age.

***I intend to phone Tom tomorrow and ask him to help.

***I’m going to call Tom tomorrow and ask him to help.

***I plan to telephone Tom tomorrow and ask him to help.

***Tom was unhappy because she wouldn’t ask him anything.

***If there is anything you want, don’t hesitate to ask me.

***You had better ask him in advance how much it will cost.

***I plan to contact Tom by phone tomorrow and ask him to help us.

***Let’s ask the neighbors to look after the dog while we’re away.

***I plan to get a hold of Tom by phone tomorrow and ask him to help.

***I’ll get in touch with Tom by telephone tomorrow and ask him to give us a hand.

***I know that it is highly unlikely that you’d ever want to go out with me, but I still need to ask at least once.



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