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Hullo Users!
I'm a bit unsure about how to join the word you to the combination of words to have a request (in the sense of a polite demand). I don't know if the word to or for is used to do so.
Could you lend me a hand with the problem, please?
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This is natural, but I don't know if it's what you're looking for:

I have a request for you.
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Thank you. However, what do you think about a host of examples of I have a request to you. that can be googled? Are they incorrect?
Google is not a very trustworthy source.
can I write it as - I have a request to make to you/ I have a request to make for you....which one is right ?
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Anonymouscan I write it as - I have a request to make to you/ I have a request to make for you....which one is right ?
This is right.
I have a request for you.

We say: "I have a request for you."

exactly like: "I have a question for you."

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First One is correct.