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    two weeks off

    Which one is correct?

    We have two weeks off.
    We are two weeks off.

    Studying makes your English improve.
    Studying improves your English.

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    Re: two weeks off

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    Which one is correct?

    We have two weeks off. Yes.
    We are two weeks off. No.

    Studying makes your English improve. Yes, although I would probably say "Studying helps your English improve".
    Studying improves your English. Yes.

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    See above.

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