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    Question What is the correct of this sentences

    what is the correct :

    what are you waiting for from the forum by next year

    or in the next year

    or on the next year

    or at the next year

    and what is the different between of them

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    What is the correct :

    What I have from information

    or of information

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    What is the correct :

    this computer is one of the best machine on the market

    Or in the market
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    and thankyou for help

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    Re: What is the correct of this sentences

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    None seems quite right, Nader. I would write:

    What are you expecting of the forum next year?
    I have some information.
    This computer is one of the best machines on the market.

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    Re: What is the correct of this sentences

    Hello N75

    For #1, I think this sentence may be nearer your intended meaning:

    1. What are you expecting from the forum, (in the) next year?

    For #2, you would say "from the information I have", e.g.

    2. From the information I have here, I would say that black-faced spoonbills were never seen in the UK.

    For #3,

    3. This computer is one of the best machines on the market.

    (By the way, "thank you!" should be two words!)

    MrP

    Edit: Sorry, MM, I didn't see you there!


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    Re: What is the correct of this sentences

    than kyou for help

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