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    Jamil Guest

    Default example for so or so that

    For example:
    We are no great friends of his, so we were not invited to his birthday.
    We are no great friends of his, so that we were not invited to his birthday.
    which one is correcet?
    my second question:
    friend of his or friend of him
    my third question
    I came to the interviwe or I came for the interview
    thanksin advacnce

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    Default Re: example for so or so that

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamil
    For example:
    We are no great friends of his, so we were not invited to his birthday.
    We are no great friends of his, so that we were not invited to his birthday.
    which one is correcet?
    Use the first one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamil
    my second question:
    friend of his or friend of him
    Say: "a friend of his"
    "A friend of his" = "one of his friends"


    Quote Originally Posted by Jamil
    my third question
    I came to the interviwe or I came for the interview
    Use for. (You could also say I came to be interviewed.)

    :)

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