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    sevinc_85 is offline Newbie
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    Default english girl

    Try to behave as if nothing _____.
    had happened
    happened
    was happened
    has happened



    answer this

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    Default Re: english girl

    Sorry, sevinc. There's so much wrong with your post it's difficult to know where to start.

    First of all, are you really an English teacher, as your profile says?

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    Default Re: english girl

    Quote Originally Posted by sevinc_85 View Post
    Try to behave as if nothing _____.
    had happened
    happened
    was happened
    has happened



    answer this
    However, I will take a little pity on you and tell you this.
    1. We do not do homework for people. If we think it's homework, we won't answer.
    2. We are not your servants. We are volunteers. Ordering us to "answer this" will not get you very far. "Can you please help me understand the difference between..." or "I would appreciate your help" are much better options.
    3. We expect you to use your best English, which means the proper use of capital letters.
    4. We expect you to give your thread a title that means something. "Had happened" would be fine. "english girl" is meaningless (and poorly capitalized).

    So we do welcome you to the forums, but expect a bit more effort from you.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    billmcd is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: english girl

    Quote Originally Posted by sevinc_85 View Post
    Try to behave as if nothing _____.
    had happened
    happened
    was happened
    has happened



    answer this
    You go first, and don't forget the basics, "please" and "thank you".

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