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Unread October 29, 2019, 05:19 AM
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Si alguien me pide ayuda y yo le respondo. Para intentar ayudarlo por favor digame su nombre otra vez.
Seria: To try to help you , may I have you name again please?
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Originally Posted by desiree View Post
Si alguien me pide ayuda y yo le respondo, "Para intentar ayudarlo, por favor dígame su nombre otra vez."
Sería: To try to help you, may I have your name again, please?
Lo que escribiste sirve (según las correcciones notadas), pero sería mejor decir:
"I'll try to help you. May I have your name again, please?"

Para no suponer que ya te ha dado el nombre antes de pedir ayuda, también servirían:
"I'll try to help you. Could I get your name, please?"
"I'm sure I can help you. Could I get your name?"
"I'd be happy to help you. What's your name?"
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