I read in this website that request should be with that and a clause, not the one with a to-infinitive. In that sense the phrase Request you to send the copy seems to be wrong. If its wrong what would ...
I used the following two expressions: in: students in the department of: students of the department What is the difference, if any, between them?
“He could do X for England”. Are there similar expressions in other parts of the English-speaking world to this derogatory sentence?
In Reginald Hill's Dalziel and Pascoe novels, I've read the phrase: "He could [do x] for England. It is always derogatory. It is a lovely phrase! Because I can't put my finger on a quote from these ...