- 1 Post By Tdol
have or have had
Whenever, I have had a stressful day at work, I try to keep myself busy/ occupy with reading a comedy, because it helps me to get over a bad day faster.
Does my sentence sound OK in English?
It is broadcast on/from TV. Shall I use any preposition?
Thank you for your reply.
Last edited by arzgol; 12-Jul-2011 at 03:00.
Re: have or have had
1 Remove the comma after whenever, and don't use occupy- you could use occupied if you like. Have/have had are both OK.
2 It depends- if you're watching it on TV, then use on. You could use from if you record it and upload it to YouTube, etc, but then I would use the noun and say a broadcast from TV.
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