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    How to

    Yes. Thanks 5jj, I see.
    I can use "how to use" ... so Why cannot I use " when to..." ?

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    Re: may or might

    Quote Originally Posted by hoangthi View Post
    I can use "how to use" ... so Why cannot I use " when to..." ?
    Please start a fresh thread for this unrelated question.

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    #3

    Re: may or might

    I have moved this to start a separate thread.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: How to

    Quote Originally Posted by hoangthi View Post
    Yes. Thanks 5jj, I see.
    I can use "How to use" so why cannot can't I use "When to..."?
    We don't start questions with "How to ..." either.

    How to ask for directions?
    How should I ask for directions?
    How can I ask for directions?
    How do we ask for directions?


    When to use "may" or "might"?
    When should I use "may" and "might"?
    When do we use "may" and "might"?
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    #5

    Re: How to

    Thanks.
    I can't use "How to" and "When to" as a question ?
    I need to know how to play the game: Correct
    How to play the game ? : Incorrect
    I need to know when to play the game: Correct
    When to play the game ? : Incorrect

    Is that right?

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    Re: How to

    Yes. That is right.
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