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Ask two your friends' names.
Ask two of your friends' names.
Ask the names of two friends of yours.

Which expression is grammatical?

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    The first sentence is definitely wrong.

    The other two don't make a lot of sense. Don't you already know your friends' names?

    If this is an exercise for beginning English students, you might say, Ask two classmates what their names are.

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