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In the past, inquiry simply meant "ask," whereas inquire was reserved for official inquiries. In the United Kingdom, the two words are interchangeable, albeit inquiry is still the preferred term for formal or official investigations. In the United States, the spelling enquire is strongly preferred in all contexts.

In English, the typical way to make an inquiry is to ask a question, for example: "How do you make an inquiry?" "What does it mean to make an inquiry?" "How do I make an inquiry?"

The most common ways to inquire in English are as follows: 1. What is your name? 2. Do you have a pen? 3. Do you know where I can find the nearest 7-Eleven? 4. Can you tell me how to get to the airport? 5. What time does it close tonight?

A letter of inquiry should be written in the following format: Introduce yourself and, if appropriate, your position, as well as your institution or firm, in the opening paragraph. Explain why you're writing in the second paragraph and how you'll use the knowledge you've been given. Make a list of the exact details you require.

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An inquiry is defined as a question or an investigation. A police officer interviewing a criminal suspect is an example of inquiry. Physical inquiries are searches for truth, information, or knowledge, as well as examinations of facts or principles, research, and investigations.

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