Supposing we leave these generalities," Penelope remarked, "and get on with those questions which you wish to ask me.
Will you forgive me," she said, "if I ask you to go on with your questions, providing you have any more to ask me?
Suppose you ask
Grandfather after the doctor has been.
Because, as I said, without you I can do nothing; and I am afraid you will refuse me the favor I come to ask if you do not know to what end I ask it.
Since," said D'Artagnan, "they have friends who ask it for them.
I suppose I am free to say or not to say who I am to two strangers who take a fancy to ask me.
Well, I vow I felt exactly the same sensation at sight of that man when he said, `Why do you ask me that?
I do not wish to seem discourteous, he said, "but I cannot recognize that you have any right to ask
me these questions.
Am I the victim of a delusion--or did our fair friend really ask me to give her an introduction to Miserrimus Dexter?
And I ask you again--rashly and obstinately as I fear you will think--to give me the introduction.
And I am going to ask
him to give me a heart," said the Woodman.
I assure your Majesty that I did not ask
to be created," answered Jack.