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I found this forum from Google when I was searching for an answer of my English language question about grammar.
Recently, I need to write a lot of English for my job but my English level is not that good,
I am so happy that I can ask and learn more here!
I am writing English content of a leftlet and I have an question.
It would be great if someone can answer me!
Should I write
"We know SVO"
"We know that SVO"?
"We know you are a student"
"We know your house is big"
"We know that you are a student"
"We know that your house is big"
which one is correct or both can be used?
I'm a little confused!
Pope of the Dictionary.com Forum
Note that it's "leaflet" (not "leftlet") and "a question" (not "an question").
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
Sorry I'm stupid.
I haven't learnt about SVC before!
I haven't used English for a very long time, my grammar become very bad now
(English is my second language, I'm from Hong Kong)
But recently my boss wants me to write the English content of a leaflet, and I found that I have poor English...
PS: You will get used to such comments with time. Note that they are not meant to discourage you, but to help you learn and remember the best way to use written English.
Last edited by charliedeut; 22-Jul-2013 at 18:11. Reason: Added punctuation (what else?) + PS
Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.