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help me

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"Help me" is an imperative sentence in English. Made of two words: "help", a verb signifying assistance or aid, and "me", a pronoun referring to the speaker. Combined, they make a direct appeal for assistance from the listener.
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"Can you help me find my glasses? I seem to have misplaced them again."
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help

📝 Description
"Help" is a verb and noun in English. As a verb, it means to provide assistance or make it easier for someone to do something. As a noun, it refers to the act of assisting or aid provided to someone. It originates from the Old English word "helpan."
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Sure, here's a simple sentence: "Can you help me find my lost keys?"
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me

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"Me" is a first-person singular pronoun in English. It is commonly used as the object of a verb or preposition. For example, in the sentence "She gave the book to me", "me" is the indirect object of the verb "gave". It is derived from Old English "mē".
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"Give me a book, a quiet room, and you'll see the happiest version of me."
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