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    Wink Help in providing me with sentences.

    Hello everyone,

    I am currently writing an informal letter and I want to tell my friend that "we will go out and have fun" using another sentence as well as using phrasal verbs* in it.Also, I need some sentences you always use in your letters.


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    Re: Help in providing me with sentences.

    There is no such thing as a sentence that we "always use in a letter", when it's a letter to a friend. Formal, business letters have some stock phrases but informal letters to friends can contain anything at all.

    What do you mean by "phrasal words"?

    Why don't you try writing the letter yourself, post it here and then we can look at it and see how you've done?
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    Re: Help in providing me with sentences.

    Alright, I've just written one, but I want to know a phrasal verb*, which means going out or Hangout.

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    Re: Help in providing me with sentences.

    Quote Originally Posted by saloom2 View Post
    All right, I've just written one, but I want to know a phrasal verb*, which means going out or hanging out.
    Google is your friend. Look at this great website I found for you: Phrasal Verb Demon. Complete guide to phrasal verbs. Phrasal Verb Dictionary
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