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    Grammer

    A."No swimming"
    "No swim (noun)"
    "have a swim"
    "have a swimming"
    All these are right? Pls.

    B. I don't need friend/ a friend.
    Both are ok?

    C. She loves her baby very much.
    She loved her baby very much.
    Any differences between the two sentences? I mean in the second sentence, either she or baby is / was dead?

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    Re: Grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by unregistered View Post
    A."No swimming"
    "No swim (noun)"
    "have a swim"
    "have a swimming"

    B. I don't need friend / a friend.

    C. She loves her baby very much.
    She loved her baby very much.

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