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    Suspense and misunderstand

    Which of them are more proper in this sentence....
    I've got some misunderstands/suspense about this subject.

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    Re: Suspense and misunderstand

    Quote Originally Posted by englishlearner77 View Post
    Which of them are more proper in this sentence....
    I've got some misunderstands/suspense about this subject.
    Hello,
    I would choose "suspense"
    The word "misunderstand" is a verb not a noun.

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    Re: Suspense and misunderstand

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    Hello,
    I would choose "suspense"
    The word "misunderstand" is a verb not a noun.
    Thanks, dear

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    Re: Suspense and misunderstand

    Quote Originally Posted by englishlearner77 View Post
    Which of them are more proper in this sentence....
    I've got some misunderstands/suspense about this subject.
    Neither is correct.

    You may have doubts or reservations.

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    Re: Suspense and misunderstand

    Quote Originally Posted by sb70012 View Post
    Hello,
    I would choose "suspense"
    The word "misunderstand" is a verb not a noun.
    I'm afraid that is completely incorrect. "I've got some suspense about ..." is not grammatical English.

    sb70012, when you attempt to answer questions by other learners, remember that your post must state that you are not a teacher. I realise that the information is in your signature line but many users don't notice that line and it is possible to permanently hide other people's signature lines in the preferences. So please start​ these responses with "Not a teacher".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Suspense and misunderstand

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    Thanks, dear
    'Dear' is not an appropriate form of address in English outside your family and, perhaps, a few close friends.

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    Re: Suspense and misunderstand

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    'Dear' is not an appropriate form of address in English outside your family and, perhaps, a few close friends.
    Thanks, I haven't known it so far...I'll pay attention other time

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    Re: Suspense and misunderstand

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    'Dear' is not an appropriate form of address in English outside your family and, perhaps, a few close friends.
    And if I want to show more gratitude, which word'll be proper?

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    Re: Suspense and misunderstand

    Quote Originally Posted by englishlearner77 View Post
    And if I want to show more gratitude, which word'll be proper?
    You don't need to show gratitude at all in a post. Simply click the Like button on any post you find helpful. There is no need to write a new post to say thank you.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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