Do You Mind Grammar?

Would you mind grammar exercises?

Would You Mind Grammar ExerciseExcuse me.

Ma’am, would you mind (open) _______________ up your luggage.

Would you mind (postpone) _______________ the exam.

Would you mind if I (use) _______________ your phone to make a call.

While we are away, would you mind if you (take care) _______________ of the cat?More items….

Would you mind if I left or leave?

Left (the past tense form of leave) is used in polite forms of asking. We could also frame the question as “Would you mind my leaving (a little) early tomorrow?” – putting the focus on the speaker’s early going. … If ‘if clause’ is in present tense then main clause’ is in future tense.

Do you mind vs don’t you mind?

For instance… “Do you mind if I sat down here?” “Do you mind if we watched the game instead?” “Do you mind leaving the room for a moment?” “Don’t you mind” is used when we want to know how someone would feel and/or respond in a hypothetical situation that may or may not have happened before or could happen.

How do you reply if you don’t mind?

In general, when someone asks Do you mind and you do not mind, the usual answer is “No, I don’t mind” or “No, go ahead.” Here are some more examples: Question: Do you mind if I open the window?

Do not mind me meaning?

said to tell someone who is in the same room as you not to pay any attention to you, because you do not want to interrupt what they are doing: Don’t mind me – I’m just sorting out some files here.

Do you mind me asking Meaning?

—used with a question as a polite way of asking something that could be annoying or offensiveHow old are you, if you don’t mind my/me asking?

Do you mind answer yes or no?

“Do you mind…” is a polite way of asking “Can you….” For this reason, it’s usually acceptable to respond to the semantic intent of the question by answering “Yes (I can do that)”, rather than responding to the grammatical form with “No (I don’t mind)”. Native speakers sometimes get confused by this, too.

How do you respond when you don’t mind?

Fortunately, most people will add clarification to their answer—“No, I don’t mind,” or “Sure, go ahead.” Adding information is a good communication style. If someone wants to answer in the negative but still sound polite, they might say, “Sorry, no. This seat is taken.” Or, “Actually, no. Sorry about that.”

Do you mind if I ask you something?

This is a way to carefully ask a question that you’re worried might be rude, but that you want to know anyway. For example, if you’re visiting someone’s nice apartment and you want to know if you could afford a similar one, you can ask: This is a really nice place.

Would you mind to open?

The word “mind” is translated as “uncomfortable”, so “Would you mind to open the window” should be same as “Are you uncomfortable if you opened the window”.

Do you mind if I the window?

“Would you mind if I opened the window?” is found for the usage of the word “mind” in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. The dictionary explains that it is spoken and used when making a polite request. In the same dictionary, “Would you mind if I open a window?” is also found for the usage of the word “mind.”

Can I ask u something if u don’t mind?

You’re asking the listener if he/she doesn’t mind your “asking.” It’s almost as if saying that the person asking the question isn’t the one actually asking it, but the verb itself is the thing asking. “If you don’t mind me asking” This is a more usual way of saying it.