- changchihLv 710 年前最佳解答
Could you bring the broom in for me, please?
2011-02-28 17:29:03 補充：
002 & 003 have no conception of politeness.
2011-03-02 07:30:29 補充：
Those questions are for yourself.
Could you bring the broom in - this is like talking to your wife
Can you bring in the broom - this is like commanding your wife
The broom please - this is like what in Taiwan we would say talking to someone who seems to have owed you millions of dollars
2011-03-03 07:36:30 補充：
I am not interested in what the context might be. Nice try, but the original text is very polite and has please 請 and could 好不好, so the translation should retain this politeness and have please and could. Also, the original text does not suggest to whom the phrase is for.
- 10 年前
“please help me to obtain the broom, is good?”
- 10 年前
you could say:
Could you bring the broom in
Can you bring in the broom
The broom please
2011-03-02 07:18:19 補充：
I'm pretty sure this is really polite, since you can't get any more politer then please
2011-03-03 06:29:53 補充：
I admit, can may be a slight impolite, but in Could you bring the broom in the could takes the place of the please, it isn't needed to be polite, and you would only add a please to this sentence if you are either not really familiar with this person, this person is someone to be respected
2011-03-03 09:16:28 補充：
you still haven't answered my other question, since i politely answered yours參考資料： myself
- 10 年前
Would you please bring the broom in for me,ok?
- 匿名使用者10 年前
Can you help me to get brooms inside please?參考資料： 我自己