Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Ask"

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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