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Hello everyone. Firstly, Is the following sentence correct?
Secondly, Can you say it in other words?

1. Would you mind closing the window?
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That's correct.

Please close the window.
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CliveThat's correct.Please close the window.
Thank you Clive then "Would you mind closing the window?" = Please close the window.
But is there any difference between them?
I want to understand what "mind" mean here exactly?
mind

> object to

Would you mind closing the window? is a more indirect and thus a more polite request than Please close the window.
Clivemind > object toWould you mind closing the window? is a more indirect and thus a more polite request than Please close the window.
Ok, thank you Clive. Then in fact the first person is doing his request in a question form to make it more polite. Right?

I mean the sentence "Would you mind closing the window?" is a question but implying a request indirectly. Right?
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Right.
Right.

Is it imperative sentence or Interrogative sentence????