1. Is more polite and formal. Commonly used when requesting a person to do something but not immediately 2. Is more casual. Commonly used in conversations however, it requests the person to do it immediately either verbally or physically. Both are natural and are used depending on the situation.
Sorry, I accidentally omit "please" in 2. The politeness should be the same. What I'd like to know is the difference in meaning. What about these? Are they both natural and they mean exactly the same thing? 3. Please make a list of the candidates. 4. Please list the candidates.
The way I see it is if I wanted a person to write down candidates on paper. I go for 1. However if I wanted it to be put on board or read out loud. I go for 2. Both have same meaning and sounds natural.
Don't worry, there is no difference. If you were to ask someone with 1. and 2. They will do the same thing. I am just telling you that it can be interpreted differently depending on the situation. Such as a boss to its employee or a friend to another friend. 1. is more natural than 2. generally
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