what is would you mind?
Not understand "would you mind". Explain it to me please
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Question: Would you mind closing the window? Structure: Modal verb + Subject + Base Verb + Object Phrase + ? Answer: No, I wouldn't / Yes, I would. Structure: Yes/No + Subject + Modal Verb You use this phrase to ask someone to do something for you or help you with something. Ex. Would you mind lending me 20 dollars? Ex. Would you mind giving me a ride to school? Ex. Would you mind turning the volume down? I am trying to study!
A nice way to ask someone to do something. Instead of "Close the door!" - "Would you mind closing the door please?". It is not demanding but instead asking if someone would do it for you.
"Would you mind?" is a question, hence the question mark. It is a phrase that's asking if it is ok to do something. Example person a: Would you mind moving to the left a little please? Answer person b: Sure Person a: Thanks
Would you mind if I used your phone now? Would you mind is a polite way to ask for something.
"Would you mind" is used to request something from the person you are conversing with.
"Would you mind", means when someone is making a polite request to do something
Hi Cap, This phrase is a very polite way of asking "Can I do X or Is it okay if I do X? It is always asked in a very polite manner. The English speaking person to whom you ask this will be most impressed with you vey good manners.
both the phrases "would you mind" and "do you mind "are used to make a polite request or take someone's permission.
"Would you mind?" means asking a favour of someone or requesting something from the person. For example: "Would you mind telling me what the time is?" may be interpreted as asking a favour of someone by politely asking the person to give you the time.
This phrase usually helps us to address to people in formal and most loyal way, when you need to ask for assistance or asking for permission to do something that might bother another person 🙏💙💛
Hi there ! Well, in this context it is used to ask for permission ☺️In a polite way!