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6 Phrasal Verbs with “Ask”

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ASK FOR – to request to see or speak to someone.
Bob asked for you while you were at work.


ASK AFTER SOMEBODY – ask about someone’s health.
Milly asked after your dad.


ASK AROUND – to ask different people in order to get information.
They asked around until someone showed them the way.


ASK SOMEBODY IN – to invite somebody inside.
Sheila asked David in for a coffee.


ASK SOMEBODY OUT – invite somebody on a date.
I’d like to ask Jane out. What do you think?


ASK ABOUT – ask how somebody is doing.
Biology teacher asked about you the other day.

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