Asking for Information in English

If you need to ask someone for information, you can use some common English phrases and expressions as below.


Asking for Information: 

Could you tell me how to get to the bus station?
Do you know that old man?
Do you know how much is this car costs?
Do you happen to know where to buy an umbrella?
Can you tell me what the time is?
I’d like to know your name.
I’d like to know what you think about this idea.
I wonder if you could tell me why the meeting was canceled?
Do you have any idea how to use this machine?
Could you find out where she lives?
I’m looking for a book about gardening.


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