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    Default Re: 【, and】 is unnecessary?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    I disagree. I think learners benefit form learning anything that affects the accuracy of the use of verb tenses. Even in this case, I think the learner has learned something.
    In my opinion, someones may feel satisfied when he selected the "right" option and think that they have solved the problem;
    someones maybe wanna know all facts about sentence.
    Of course, I wanna say if he(or she) is really interested in English he(or she) ought to completely understand the sentence,
    because English is not only a tool or a language, but in fact also a science.
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    Default Re: 【, and】 is unnecessary?

    We try to use correct English in this forum, dodonaomik, Please use 'want to' rather than 'wanna''.

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