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www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/218252-Does-quot-kindly-quot-as-quot-please...

Hi, I'd like to know the opinion of native people -but everybody please feel free to chip in- regarding the use of "kindly" as a polite alternative to "please". First of all, I've only seen it in British English but what I want to point out is that I've never encountered a native person using it. Because of my work, sometimes I receive e-mails from people from China...

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Here we’re clearly steering towards the blatantly rude or socially helpless. I think we can safely say that if you use the words "snill" or "gjerne" – depending on the context – you are getting very close to saying "please" in Norwegian. Close, but not too close :-).

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This Site Might Help You. RE: What is another word for "please"? I have looked at synonyms for please and none of them fit the what I'm looking for in my song.

www.senore.com/I-would-like-to-go-to-Paris,France-but-I-heard-alot-of-negative...

For you, I would suggest you learn some French, even basic words and phrases and make an attempt to speak the language while you are there, because even if you're wrong, if you make an attempt, most people will try to help you, or try to understand what you are trying to say.

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Learn now to say "please" "thank you" and "pardon me" in French. If you do this, I promise you the French will treat you kindly. I watched Americans ignore shopkeepers, dress like slobs, and refuse to speak one word or French.

www.freethesaurus.com/please

Synonyms for please in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for please. 45 synonyms for please: delight, entertain, humour, amuse, suit, content, satisfy, charm, cheer, indulge ...

www.businesswritingblog.com/business_writing/2014/06/enclosed-please-find...

In fact, I&#39;d be pleased that someone used the word &quot;please&quot;! And this use of &quot;find&quot; is consistent with the dictionary definition:</p> <p>find<br /> verb (used with object), found, find·ing.<br /> 2.<br /> to locate, attain, or obtain by search or effort: to find an apartment; to find happiness.</p> <p>I can think...

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The lack of the word is also what explains why Finns sometimes forget to use the words please when speaking English, it's not that they are impolite, they just aren't used to using a special key word when asking for something. There are impolite ways to ask for things in Finnish as well polite ways, but that depends on the structure of the ...

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The vocabulary words you'll find in Learn Spanish - Word Power 2001 were hand selected by our Spanish language teachers as the top 2001 most frequently used words in the Spanish language. With each entry, you'll see the word and a vibrant image to help remember the meaning. You'll hear the word to master the pronunciation.