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    Default We can become the support when our parents can't walk properly. Correct?

    Hi teachers,

    1) We are in Spring. The wind in the morning is very very pleasant. I always get up early and go to the hill. Correct?

    2) We can become the support when our parents can't walk properly. Correct?


    Many thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: We can become the support when our parents can't walk properly. Correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Naeem PTC View Post
    Hi teachers,

    1) We are in Spring. The wind in the morning is very very pleasant. I always get up early and go to the hill. Correct?

    2) We can become the support when our parents can't walk properly. Correct?


    Many thanks in advance.
    They are both possible in the right context.

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    Default Re: We can become the support when our parents can't walk properly. Correct?

    Thank you very much, Sir Bhaisahb. When do we use 'breeze'?

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    Default Re: We can become the support when our parents can't walk properly. Correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Naeem PTC View Post
    Thank you very much, Sir Bhaisahb. When do we use 'breeze'?
    I know that you intend to show respect, but addressing bhaisahab (he has chosen to begin his username with a lower-case 'b') as 'Sir username' is not appropriate. In this forum we address each other by our username, without any courtesy titles.

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    Default Re: We can become the support when our parents can't walk properly. Correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Naeem PTC View Post
    When do we use 'breeze'?
    Please start a new thread for an unrelated question such as this.

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