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## implication behind "can I ask you to ..."

Is there any difference between these two sentences ? (1) Can I ask you to ...[do something]? (2) Can you ... [do something]? Eg., if my boss were to say to me "Can I ask you to pick up

english-language

## 'You can' or 'You may' in online instruction text?

I need to add a small piece of help text to a search field in an online form. The placeholder text (grey text inside the text field) says "Type at least three characters". Then directly und

english-language

## When did blade fuller appear?

A fuller is the rounded or beveled groove or slot in the flat side of a blade which make the blade lighter -- not as some suggest a blood groove. When did the practice start? I suspect it was a

history

## Is it I'm feeling good or I'm feeling well?

Isn't feeling here a verb of being so you would use the adjective good?

english-language

## /u/ and /uː/ in pronunciation

What is the regularity of appearance of /uː/ and /u/ (or /ʊ/ in RP)? How can I be most sure deducing from spelling alone, that, say, "ooze" is pronounced /uːz/ and "wool" as /wu

english-language

## "Who wants ice-cream?" — Should I say "(not) I" or "(not) me"?

With the enthusiastic question of "Who wants ice-cream?", what is the more correct response? (Not) I. (Not) me. Neither response is a sentence. The first response of "(no

english-language

## Is this a plant, mushroom-fungi?

It was soft and covered in flies. My guess is fungi.

biology

## What is the difference between "dikaryotic" and "heterokaryotic" states in the sexual lifecyles of fungi?

Many fungi undergo a reproductive phase in which more than one genetically distinct nuclei (from 2 separate mating types) is present within the same cytoplasm. In the Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, ...

biology

## Consistently oscillating micron sized particles in a liquid

I have an idea that would involve the measurement of an oscillating substance whilst the substance is immersed in a liquid. However, the method that I would use to measure the frequency of these

physics

computer-science

## Under what conditions do dendritic spines form?

I'm looking for resources or any information about the formation of dendritic spines and synaptogenesis, especially in relation to how new connections are formed on a daily basis. Does the electr

biology

## Why is the resting membrane potential of cardiomyocyte more stable than that of Pacemaker in Phase 4?

There must be some channels that keeps this very stable. It seems to be that the resting membrane potential of pacemaker cells is steadily increasing until the threshold voltage. I think the same m...

biology

## Question about Autosomal Recessive Alleles

I had a homework question that I could not figure out. It states: A woman has cystic fibrosis in her family and did not want to have a child that suffered from the disease. She and her spous...

biology

## Is the total mass of the universe constant in time?

Is the total mass of the universe constant in time?

physics

## Index of a maximal subgroup in a finite group

My question is very simple and maybe trivial. Here it is. Is the index of a maximal subgroup in a finite group always a prime number? Thanks in advance.

mathematics

## When happens when pollen grains land on the a part other than the stigma of a flower of the same species?

When happens when pollen grains land on the a part other than the stigma of a flower of the same species? Would the pollen be transported to the stigma or would it just sit where it landed and noth...

biology