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    Default Is using of non-finite improve the fluency in speaking English

    Is using of non-finite improve the fluency in speaking English
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    Default Re: Is using of non-finite improve the fluency in speaking English

    Quote Originally Posted by jahangir View Post
    Is using of non-finite improve the fluency in speaking English
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    Using the term "non-finite" does not improve the fluency of anyone. That said, one cannot be fluent in English without using gerunds, infinitives, and participles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    Using the term "non-finite" does not improve the fluency of anyone. That said, one cannot be fluent in English without using gerunds, infinitives, and participles.
    i am very much thankfully for giving the imformation.
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    Default Re: Is using of non-finite improve the fluency in speaking English

    Quote Originally Posted by jahangir View Post
    i am very much thankfully for giving the imformation.
    mike thanks very much..............
    You're very welcome.

    BTW, your last sentence should be:

    I am very thankful to you for giving me the information, Mike. Thanks very much.

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