- Can I ask you something if you don’t mind?
- Would you mind tell or tell?
- What is the meaning of if you don’t mind?
- How do you respond when you don’t mind?
- Do you mind me asking Meaning?
- Do you mind my sitting here?
- Would you mind if I give or gave?
- Can I ask you something?
- Do you mind if I ask you something?
- Would you mind waiting or wait?
- Do you mind not at all?
- Would you mind to close or closing?
- What happens if you don’t mind me asking?
- How do you respond to would you mind?
- Why would I mind meaning?
- Do you mind me asking?
- Do you mind if meaning?
- How do you use Would you mind?
- Is Would you mind rude?
- Would you mind grammar exercises?
Can I ask you something if you don’t mind?
Both are correct.
“If you don’t mind my asking” – Here you’re stating as if “asking” is a noun instead of a verb.
You’re asking the listener if he/she doesn’t mind your “asking.” It’s almost as if saying that the person asking the question isn’t the one actually asking it, but the verb itself is the thing asking..
Would you mind tell or tell?
Re: Would you mind telling me/to tell me Number 1) (telling) is correct.
What is the meaning of if you don’t mind?
phrase. People use the expression if you don’t mind when they are rejecting an offer or saying that they do not want to do something, especially when they are annoyed.
How do you respond when you don’t mind?
Fortunately, most people will add clarification to their answer—“No, I don’t mind,” or “Sure, go ahead.” Adding information is a good communication style. If someone wants to answer in the negative but still sound polite, they might say, “Sorry, no. This seat is taken.” Or, “Actually, no. Sorry about that.”
Do you mind me asking Meaning?
Definition of if you don’t mind my/me asking —used with a question as a polite way of asking something that could be annoying or offensiveHow old are you, if you don’t mind my/me asking?
Do you mind my sitting here?
“Do you mind my sitting here?” is the correct form, although you will also here “me” instead of ‘my”. “Do you mind if I sit here?” is also completely acceptable and probably most common. Your third option is also used, although to be more polite you should replace “can” with “may.” Hello everybody.
Would you mind if I give or gave?
Anyway: Out of those two choices you gave, the correct one is “Would you mind if I wrote”.
Can I ask you something?
When you need to ask someone a question that’s important, complicated, or might make them upset, you first ask: Of course, this is already a question, so sometimes when you ask someone “Can I ask you a question?” they will respond: … You just did!
Do you mind if I ask you something?
This is a way to carefully ask a question that you’re worried might be rude, but that you want to know anyway. For example, if you’re visiting someone’s nice apartment and you want to know if you could afford a similar one, you can ask: This is a really nice place.
Would you mind waiting or wait?
sounds very normal. There is something logically inconsistent about the other sentence with the if-clause. You can logically say, ‘Do you mind if I wait here?’ However to ask, “If you wait here, do you mind?” to me is logically screwy, since if they minded they wouldn’t wait there in the first place.
Do you mind not at all?
In general, when someone asks Do you mind and you do not mind, the usual answer is “No, I don’t mind” or “No, go ahead.” Here are some more examples: Question: Do you mind if I open the window? Answer: No, not at all. Please do so.
Would you mind to close or closing?
Which one is correct, “Would you mind closing the door” or “would you mind to close the door”? Like ‘to enjoy,’ ‘to mind’ is a verb that can only take a gerund when followed by another verb form. Only “Would you mind closing the door” is correct.
What happens if you don’t mind me asking?
used in order to be more polite when you say something that could slightly upset, annoy, or embarrass someone: If you don’t mind me saying (so), I think the soup needs a little more salt.
How do you respond to would you mind?
The answer may be “Of course not!” which means “I don’t/wouldn’t mind if you do it”, or “Of course I do (mind)!” which means the reverse. Also, to agree, you may answer “Go ahead!” or “Please, do!” or to disagree, “Please, don’t!” (Then it would be polite to explain the reason for your disagreement) .
Why would I mind meaning?
Hi Hamed, The phrase “would you mind…” is a way to make a polite request. It’s basically a short way to say, “If it’s not inconvenient, would you please….” When you use “would you mind…” always use the “-ing” form of the verb that you want to person to do.
Do you mind me asking?
This phrase is: “Do you mind me asking…” This is an incredibly useful phrase that you should definitely memorise! It comes in handy whenever you want to ask a question that may be a little personal or come across as a little too direct.
Do you mind if meaning?
You are asking someone in present tense if they object to something you are asking.
How do you use Would you mind?
We use the phrases would you mind + -ing form, and do you mind + -ing form to ask people politely to do things. Would you mind is more polite and more common: Would you mind opening the window, please? Do you mind turning down the volume a little, please?
Is Would you mind rude?
You can use the phrases “Would you mind” and “Do you mind” + -ing form to ask someone politely to do things. Hiwever, the phrase “Would you mind” is more polite and common (Cambridge).
Would you mind grammar exercises?
Would You Mind Grammar ExerciseExcuse me. … Ma’am, would you mind (open) _______________ up your luggage? … Would you mind (postpone) _______________ the exam? … Would you mind if I (use) _______________ your phone to make a call. … While we are away, would you mind if you (take care) _______________ of the cat?More items…