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Requests exercises

Requests exercises

Exercise 1: Circle the correct option

  1. Could you pass / passing the salt, Please?
  2. Can / would you mind come here for a minute?
  3. ‘Can you / I sit here?’ ‘Sure, go ahead.’
  4. Would you be quiet, please?
  5. Would you mind if I move / moved these books aside?
  6. ‘Can I / you speak more slowly, please?’ ‘Yes, of course’
  7. Would you mind answer / answering some questions?

Exercise 2: Complete the polite requests. Use the word in brackets. Use no more than three words. (request exercises)

  1. I want to come with you! (can)
    – …………………………………….with you?
  2. Help us with these boxes!
    – ……………………………………us with these boxes, please? (could)
  3. I want to see your passport!
    – ……………………………………..your passport, please? (could)
  4. Say that again, please.
    – Would…………………………….that again? (mind).
  5. Get me some water!
     – ……………………..get me some water, please? (would)
  6. We want to see the part’s photos.
    – …………………………….the party’s photos, please? (could)
  7. I want to use your pen. (use)
    – Would you mind …………………………your pen?

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