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    Correct the error if there is one, name the tense of the verb.

    1-Can you come for a drink tonight?
    -Sorry, I'll go to see Hamlet At the National Theatre.

    2-When I got to the station, I realised I left the tickets at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadhussain View Post
    Correct the error if there is one, name the tense of the verb.

    1-Can you come for a drink tonight?
    -Sorry, I'm going to see Hamlet at the National Theatre. Present Continuous

    2-When I got to the station, I realised I had left the tickets at home. Past Perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadhussain View Post
    Correct the error if there is one, name the tense of the verb.

    1-Can you come for a drink tonight?
    -Sorry, I'll am going to see Hamlet At the National Theatre.
    2-When I got to the station, I realised I left the tickets at home.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadhussain View Post
    Correct the error if there is one, name the tense of the verb.

    1-Can you come for a drink tonight?
    -Sorry, I'll go to see Hamlet At the National Theatre. 'I am going to see Hamlet at the National Theatre.' Present continuous with future indication.

    2-When I got to the station, I realised I left the tickets at home. 'I had left the tickets at home.' Past perfect.
    Firstly, you might try saying please.

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    [quote=ahmadhussain;446525]Correct the error if there is one, name the tense of the verb.

    You sound like you are giving orders. You should be more polite; learn to say please and thank you.

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    Default Re: Correct the error if there is one, name the tense of the verb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadhussain View Post
    Correct the error if there is one, name the tense of the verb.

    You sound like you are giving orders. You should be more polite; learn to say please and thank you.
    I wrote my questions in a hurry and definitely I didn't mean giving orders. You could have criticized me in a better way without insulting!

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    Default Re: Correct the error if there is one, name the tense of the verb.

    Firstly, you might try saying please.

    You should be more polite; learn to say please and thank you.

    You could have criticized me in a better way without insulting!

    Where IS the insult in what was pointed out?

    It would seem, to some, the mere challenge to their notion that others are but servants, is the insult.

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