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What does 'beg me' mean?



 
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What does 'beg me' mean? #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 04, 2009 17:22 pm   What does 'beg me' mean?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #207 "What Comes Next? (1)", question 8

If you must talk, do it quietly ..........

(a) I trust you
(b) I beg you
(c) I follow you
(d) I demand you

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ESL/EFL Test #207 "What Comes Next? (1)", answer 8

If you must talk, do it quietly I beg you.

Correct answer: (b) I beg you

Your answer was: incorrect
If you must talk, do it quietly I trust you.
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could you please explain what does it mean "bleg me"?
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What does 'beg me' mean? #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 04, 2009 17:39 pm   What does 'beg me' mean?
 

The phrase 'bleg me' doesn't exist so there is nothing to explain. By the way, in English we start each sentence with a capital letter. Is there such a rule in your native language too and if so, do you follow it?

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