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Can i write:
- "I don't know what i am using" or "i don't know what am i using"
- "i don't know what happening"or "i don't know what is happening" or 'happening is'?
Please help me, i am new in English...
Last edited by hoangthi; 27-Oct-2012 at 10:33.
Last edited by tom3m; 27-Oct-2012 at 11:06.
Thanks... Please tell me know if my English have any problems...
Now. I have some more questions about conditional sentences. Can i post them here or make new thread?
Start a new thread, please.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
tom3m, what is the type of your conditional sentence that you have just used? I have seen in some other forums where they alway write: "if you have any problem, (please) contact us".... So is this correct?
Correct (as CS wrote)If you have any problems, (please) contact us.
Could you tell me if you know about other problems with my English?
(This can be paraphrased:
If you know about other problems with my English, could you tell me? )
I think you can use this sentence as well. There's nothing wrong with it, in my opinion.Tell me if you know about other problems with my English.
As for conditionals: English Conditionals: An Introduction - Articles - UsingEnglish.com
Hope it helps.
For the third, or possibly fourth time in this thread, I would like you to please remember to capitalise the word "I" (first person singular) every time you write it. Thank you.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.