Which is the correct sentence from these two?

  1. Can you enquire from her?
  2. Can you enquire with her?

I tried to search the internet but most results talk about the difference between enquire and inquire.

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    I'd add (3) "Can you enquire of her...?" where the ellipsis represents the actual question: "Can you enquire of her whether you need to go?" Also, ask is usually better than enquire followed by a preposition. – Andrew Leach Aug 12 '15 at 7:57

I would say "enquire of" is the correct usage. See this: https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/enquire-of

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