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Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? What's the politest way of asking for something Could you please or Would you please
A: “Would you please” is technically grammatically correct. And probably a tiny bit more polite. But for the most part I think people would say “could you please”
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? the politest way to tell a person that she/he has a wrong number
A: "I'm sorry, [but] I think you have the wrong number."

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Q: Which do you think is the politest?

1. See responce below in blue.
2. Please see responce below in blue.
3. Just see responce below in blue.
A: #2 Please see response below in blue.
Q: Which do you think is the politest?

1. See responce below in blue.
2. Please see responce below in blue.
3. Just see responce below in blue.
A: 2. Please see response below in blue. - is the most polite
1. See response below in blue. - is ok
3. Just see response below in blue. - is rude (using the word 'just' in this context is rude, conveying a sense of anger or frustration)
Q: What is the politest and the most gracious way to ask a permission? Is it "would it be possible for me-?"
A: I think "Would it be possible for me ~?" sounds very polite. Unlike in Japanese, there's no formal grammatical way to make something "the politest" way to ask permission.

But, similar to Japanese, the longer and more indirect the sentence, the more polite it can feel. English speakers use a variety of ways to make a sentence indirect. For example:

"Do you think it would be possible if I ~"

"Do you think it would be aright if I ~"

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