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I would ask you to tell me what I have to do if I should be forced to withdraw, and to what point I should lead my troops in this case. vs I would ask you to tell me what I have to do if I should be forced to withdraw, and to which point I should lead my troops in this case.

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I would ask you to tell me what I have to do if I should be forced to withdraw, and to what point I should lead my troops in this case.

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  • Therefore, calmly and briefly, in terms I can understand, I ask you to tell me what I'm guilty of.
  • Commissioner, I would ask you to tell us plainly whether the European Commission is prepared to make statements to this effect during the summit.
  • I command you to tell me what I shall call you.
  • Thank God I got you to tell me what I'm thinking, Ollie.
  • I want you to tell me what I should do about it.
  • So there's only one way to motivate you to tell me what I want to know.
  • In the meantime, I just need you to tell me what I should do.
  • I'm not asking you to tell me what I want to hear.

I would ask you to tell me what I have to do if I should be forced to withdraw, and to which point I should lead my troops in this case.

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Some examples from the web:

  • Therefore, calmly and briefly, in terms I can understand, I ask you to tell me what I'm guilty of.
  • Commissioner, I would ask you to tell us plainly whether the European Commission is prepared to make statements to this effect during the summit.
  • I command you to tell me what I shall call you.
  • Thank God I got you to tell me what I'm thinking, Ollie.
  • I want you to tell me what I should do about it.
  • So there's only one way to motivate you to tell me what I want to know.
  • In the meantime, I just need you to tell me what I should do.
  • I'm not asking you to tell me what I want to hear.
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