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