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    How to express myself in the suitable form?

    As we know that there are a lot of forms which express the same idea in English.
    How should I know which form to chose under a certain circumstance?
    For instance, some expressions are used in formal occasions, but some are not.
    My difficult is that how I can separate some of them from the others.
    Thanks!

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    Re: How to express myself in the suitable form?

    Quote Originally Posted by phoenixtree
    As we know that there are a lot of forms which express the same idea in English.
    How should I know which form to chose under a certain circumstance?
    For instance, some expressions are used in formal occasions, but some are not.
    My difficult is that how I can separate some of them from the others.
    Thanks!
    Would you have a few examples?

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