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I want to ask for help from someone and it's quite urgent. What should I say?

I have something urgent need your help?

or

I have something urgent needs your help?

or even something else?

Thanks,

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I have something urgent need your help?

and

I have something urgent needs your help?

both are incorrect grammar, you should say

I have something urgent, I need your help.

or

I have something urgent that needs your help.

or

I have something urgent needing your help.

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    You can also say "I have something urgent needing your help." – user3169 Jul 30 '14 at 5:11

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