"Ihre Fragen bitte."

Translation:Her questions, please.

January 17, 2013

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Could this also mean "Your questions, please" and "Their questions, please" ?


I believe so since it is at the start of a sentence (and therefor capitalization blurs if it should be her/their/its or your). If there was a sentence before this one that put it in context it would make the definition clearer.


You're right. But you would usually put a comma between Fragen and bitte, like in the english sentence, in my humble opinion.

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"Their questions, please" and "Her questions, please." are also possible but less likely. The speaker addresses someone who would be requested to tell someone else's questions.


That seems like a more natural inquiry. People don't often ask someone to provide a third party's questions.


If you are in a group, such as teenpact, and you are interviewing a politician, and said politician dodges a question, you want to ask for that question to be answered. So this sentence could be very useful in a group interview.

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