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  1. Tsen
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    Smile Make things happened & ..Unless stated otherwise

    Based on my knwoledge of English grammer, I use 'make things happened' but I read that most people use 'make thing happen'. so which is correct and why?

    I used to see people use ...... 'unless stated otherwise' but also people use 'unless otherwsie stated'. I reckon both are correct and both 'otherwise' are adv.

    Any English expert please help to explain the above which is grammatically correct. Thank you

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    Re: Make things happened & ..Unless stated otherwise

    1. make things happened
    2. make thing happen
    3. make things happen

    1. unless stated otherwise
    2. unless otherwise stated

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