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Can you please help me reply?

I can try! I’m sorry — I can’t right now. I’m sorry — I have a bad back. (Let’s say that want you to help move a heavy item.)

How do you politely ask someone you need your help?

  1. Could / Would you do me a favour? Sometimes we want to be polite and ask someone if they are willing to help out in the first place.
  2. Could I ask / bother / trouble you + infinitive?
  3. Could you / Would you + base form of verb + please?
  4. Could you + possibly + verb?
  5. Would you mind + verb-ing?

What is an example of a request?

Request is defined as the act of asking for something or something you asked for. An example of request is the song someone asked a band to play.

Can we use request and kindly together?

Usually, you would not need to use both of these in the same sentence. Please and kindly are both used to be more polite to other people. Having them together would only make sense if you really wanted to emphasize how important it was to be polite.

What is difference between please and kindly?

“Please” is the normal, natural word to make a request polite. “Kindly” is not normal, sounds a bit contrived, and I can think of two uses. “Please” is the normal, natural word to make a request polite. “Kindly” is not normal, sounds a bit contrived, and I can think of two uses.

Can I use kindly instead of please?

“Kindly” It is old-fashioned and seemingly antiquated. It is better you use “please” rather than “kindly.”

Do I request you to kindly do the needful?

Do the needful is a common phrase in Indian English. It means do that which is needed. If it sounds too clunky or vague to you, or if your audience will be unfamiliar with it, you can politely ask people to do what you need them to do instead.

Is please do the needful rude?

Please do the needful.” To directly answer the OP’s question, it is exceptionally rude. It is presumptuous in telling rather than asking, and carries a condescending tone.