If you want to go into a subway entrance, but someone is blocking your way, what should you say?

  • Do you mean you want to make a request to that person? – user22427 Aug 14 '19 at 7:26
  • Can you add more details to the post? It is likely to be closes if not. Please also add any research you have already done. Is there any reason why "someone was blocking my way to the subway" doesn't work for you? – Bee Aug 14 '19 at 8:36
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You can probably just say "Excuse me. Can you let me through?" or "Excuse me. Can you let me pass?".

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