I want to ask you a question; and I may have a favor to beg when you have answered me.
Am I the victim of a delusion--or did our fair friend really ask me to give her an introduction to Miserrimus Dexter?
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.
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.