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    Default quastion

    for writing which type is better?
    -Do not
    -Don't
    -Donot

    Thank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omid_Sartip View Post
    for writing which type is better?
    -Do not
    -Don't
    -Donot

    Thanks
    "Do not" is more formal than "Don't" but both are acceptable. "Donot" is not a word and, therefore, should never be used!

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    Thanks for your attention

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    Default Re: quastion

    By the way, the word is question.
    If I have made any mistakes, please tell me about them. I need to improve my English anyway and I hope you'll help me.

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    Default Re: quastion

    Quote Originally Posted by Omid_Sartip View Post
    Thanks for your attention.
    Remember to end every sentence with a single appropriate punctuation mark.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Default Re: quastion

    That's right, I think I forgot to use punctuation in the end of my sentence.
    Thanks again.

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    I am a student in English course, I am glad if I can help you. meanwhile I want to improve my English too.
    if you would like, you can add me for your friend and I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omid_Sartip View Post
    I am a student in English course, I am glad if I can help you. meanwhile I want to improve my English too.
    if you would like, you can add me for your friend and I do.
    I don't use the "Friend" system on this website if that's what you're referring to. I simply read and reply to posts in all the different parts of the forum. You will find plenty of help here if you are having problems with your English course.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Default Re: quastion

    I so sorry this post was not for you, I sent to another person. I wrote for you post about "personal letter" , could you see this post and say your opinion?

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    Default Re: quastion

    You can't write personal messages for members on the forum pages. If you want to send someone a Private Message, you need to use the Private Message system. People have already started commenting on your other thread about a "personal letter".

    Your question in this thread about "Don't, Do not and Donot" has been answered so I am closing this thread to avoid any further confusion.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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