How many times is the word "please" used in the Torah? In the Akeida Hashem asks Abraham to "Please take your son" Are there any other places in the Torah where Hashem uses the word "please"?
A search using Sefaria seems to yield 110 instances of "נא" distributed in 97 verses in the Pentateuch ("נא" appears more than once in several verses, such as Genesis 47:29) including 64 verses in Genesis, 13 verses in Exodus (not including 12:9 where the meaning is "raw", regarding the paschal offering), 18 verses in Numbers, and two verses in Deuteronomy. Add to these the two instances of the fuller form "אנא" used in the requests for forgiveness in Genesis 50:17 and Exodus 32:31, for a total of 112 instances distributed across 98 verses. (Notably, the translation of נא as "please" is controversial at best, and would be awkward in many of these instances.)
Of those, there are 8 instances where G-d Himself is described as using נא (four times to Abraham, once to Jacob, twice to Moses, and once to Aaron and Miriam), namely: Genesis 13:14, 15:5, 18:21 (though here it is regarding "going down to inspect" the actions of Sodom, and the audience is ambiguous, but likely Abraham again, in which case it might be argued to have a similar meaning, as if G-d was, as it were, requesting Abraham's "permission" - see prior two verses), 22:2, and 31:12 (via an angel, to Jacob); and Exodus 4:6, 11:2, and Numbers 12:6.