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1. He begged me a help.
2. He begged a help of me.

3. He inquired me a question.
4. He inguired a question of me.

5. He required me a pen.
6. He required a pen of me.

(Are the pairs all grammatical? The first ones are active voice sentences and the second ones are passive voice sentences.)

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    None of these is grammatical.

    1. He begged me for help.
    2. Help was begged of me. (This is awkward, but it is grammatical.)

    3. He asked me a question.
    4. A question was aske me.

    5. He required me to have a pen.
    6. A pen was required of me. (Again awkward, but o.k.)

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