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    HELLO THERE !!!

    U GOT TO GO TO SCHOOL TOMORROW OR
    U HAVE GOT TO GO TO SCHOOL TOMORROW???

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    Re: HELLO THERE !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by oxford2011 View Post
    U GOT TO GO TO SCHOOL TOMORROW OR
    U HAVE GOT TO GO TO SCHOOL TOMORROW???
    Please don't use all capitals. It looks like shouting. Also 'U' is not an English word. One question mark is sufficient for one question.
    Would you like to try again?

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    Re: Hello there !!!

    Firstly, I would like to say thanks for correcting my errors. "You got to go to school to school tomorrow" or "you have got to go to school tomorrow".
    Also ,I would like to know the difference between "presume" and "assume".

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    Re: Hello there !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by oxford2011 View Post
    Firstly, I would like to say thanks for correcting my errors. "You got to go to school to school tomorrow" or "you have got to go to school tomorrow".
    Also ,I would like to know the difference between "presume" and "assume".
    Use

    You have got to go to school tomorrow.

    or

    You have to go to school tomorrow.

    Don't use

    You got to go to school tomorrow.

    Remember that there should never be a space before a comma:

    Also ,I would

    The space should be after the comma:

    Also, I would

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    Re: Hello there !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by oxford2011 View Post
    Also ,I would like to know the difference between "presume" and "assume".
    Please start a new thread every time you have a new question. This question is unrelated to the question about "have got to", so it should be in another thread. But before you start a new thread about "presume" and "assume", try looking them up in a dictionary. For example, read these pages carefully:

    assume - definition of assume by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
    presume - definition of presume by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

    After you have done this, if you still don't understand something, start a new thread, but remember to tell the teachers what you didn't understand. This way they will be able to help you more efficiently.

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    Re: Hello there!!!

    Could you please correct the following sentence: No matter how long/much you run the grinder, you cant get the sample as fine as he used to ask.

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    Re: Hello there !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by oxford2011 View Post
    Could you please correct the following sentence: No matter how long/much you run the grinder, you cant get the sample as fine as he used to ask.
    Quote Originally Posted by birdeen's call View Post
    Please start a new thread every time you have a new question. This question is unrelated to the question about "have got to", so it should be in another thread.
    Have you read carefully B.C.'s response to your previous post? Please remember, too, that the title of the thread should bear some relationship to the question. Your new thread, for example, could be called "How much/how long?"

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    Re: HELLO THERE !!!

    Please don't use all capitals. It looks like shouting. Also 'U' is not an English word. One question mark is sufficient for one question.

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