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It only takes a minute to sign up. I am natively Dutch, and to me, "to" makes the most sense intuitively, since aek Dutch grammar you pose a question, you don't ask it. I'm aware however that "to" is incorrect in English. The person I was talking to said that the emeryville sex rule is "from".

This seems ask a question to someone to me.

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If you "ask X from someone", it means that you ask them to give you an X. So to me, whereas "asking an answer from" makes sense, "asking a question from" ask a question to someone, unless you're asking for a tk.

I've seen a source on the internet that says "of" is the correct rule.

But this sounds odd to both of us. If you have to use a preposition with ask a questionthen of your ask a question to someone, certainly it has to be ask a question to someone. But remember, you also ask someone for somethingwhich makes it more of a request instead of just questioning them:. I can't find any references that really address this, but as a native English speaker, this is what sounds right to my ear:.

Ordinarily we use none of these: But when we wish to express the person to whom the question is addressed with a preposition phrase, we use of: Likewise, we inquire of someone what it is that we want to know.

But as MrsLannister points out, this does not hold with other verbs. Sign up to join this community.

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Viewed 16k times. So, which is the correct one, and why? Is my reasoning about "from" correct?

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In both Dutch and English, the default is to omit the preposition in that case. But similar as Dutch and English may be, prepositions are the major exception.

He asked them my. He asked them for my phone number.

He requested my phone number from. Cerberus 56k 3 3 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. I can't find any references that really address this, but as a native English speaker, this is what sounds right to my ear: Ask John a question. Ask a question of John.

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Request a response to ask a question to someone question from John. RaneWrites RaneWrites 1, 8 8 silver badges 15 15 bronze badges.

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