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Is there a difference between those three questions? What are they?
A. Would you mind if I asked you a few questions?
B. Do you mind if I aksed you a few questions?
C.Will you you mind I ask you a few questions?
I have a feeling that all of the above questions are grammatically correct but have different meanings...and could be used in different situations...but I could be wrong... So what do you think?
BY THE WAY: is it possible that i could get an email notifying me that my post has been replied to?
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A. Would you mind if I asked you a few questions? - This is very polite

B. Do you mind if I aksed you a few questions? Should be B. Do you mind if I ask you a few questions? - This is still polite, but not quite as much. You can imagine a police officer asking this.

C.Will you you mind I ask you a few questions? - This does not sound natural. It's putting the question in the future.

As for your final question, I think a moderator can help you best.
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