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    Please help me to frame a sentence

    with whom of our classmates r u in touch now a days ?

    please correct the above sentence ?



    cheers,
    chiru.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiru_thota View Post
    With whom of our classmates are you in touch now a days ?

    please correct the above sentence ?



    cheers,
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    The sentence is ok grammatically.

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    Re: Please help me to frame a sentence

    Is "now a days" = nowadays ?

    If so I had no idea the word nowadays could be in use in such situations.

    With whom of our classmates r u in touch in recent years?

    Too much of plastics is in use nowadays.

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    Exclamation Re: Please help me to frame a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by e2e4 View Post
    Is "now a days" = nowadays ?

    If so I had no idea the word nowadays could be in use in such situations.

    With whom of our classmates r u in touch in recent years?

    Too much of plastics is in use nowadays.
    Actually the correct way of expressing now a days is: now-a-days. But it can be a single word - 'nowadays'
    Since this a adverbial expression of time, its placement at the end is appropriate.

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