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    Nima1000 is offline Newbie
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    Default Came to a stop/stop?

    Do this indirect question correct or not?if not,why not?

    Sentence:could you tell me what the difference is between these?

    ................................................ .................................................. ............
    What is difference between these?
    1.the horse stoped
    2.the horse came to a halt stop.
    3.the horse came to a stop.
    .................................................. .................................................. ...............
    what does this sentence exactlly mean?I am really confused about(she asked her man).
    Sentence:"what is your name"She asked her man.
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    I have read this sentence in the book(love among the haystack),but the man is a tramp man not her man,or her love or her husband,,
    I would like to know why does the writer used this sentenceher man).

    Accept my apology for I cant still writing pr understanding well English,because I am learning English now).
    a_big thank you.



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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: Came to a stop/stop?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nima1000 View Post
    Is this indirect question correct or not? [space] If not,why not?

    Sentence:[space] Could you tell me what the difference is between these?

    ..…................….............................. .................................................. ............
    What is the difference between these?
    1.[space] The horse stopped.
    2. The horse came to a halt/stop. Use either word – not both.
    3. The horse came to a stop.

    There's no difference between them.
    .................................................. .................................................. ...............

    Please start a new thread for this unrelated question.

    Accept my apology for I cant still writing pr understanding well English,because I am learning English now).
    a_big thank you.
    (Unnecessary. We know you are a student.)
    Rover
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 21-Nov-2012 at 11:12.

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