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Please look at the following sentence,

"When uncertain about what to do in a work-related situation, asks your supervisor"

[Q1] What words are omitted between "When" and "uncertain"
I think it is "it is ", not "you are". Am I right?
[Q2] Why did the writer write as "asks your supervisor",not "ask your supervisor"? I couldn't understand it.
Could you help me with understanding it?

Thank you for your teaching in advance.
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"When uncertain about what to do in a work-related situation, asks your supervisor"

[Q1] What words are omitted between "When" and "uncertain"
I think it is "it is ", not "you are". Am I right? No. When you are uncertain . . .
[Q2] Why did the writer write as "asks your supervisor",not "ask your supervisor"? I couldn't understand it.
Could you help me with understanding it? 'Asks' is a mistake.

Clive
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