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  • hi, can you please help me with the question i posted. its not an assignment. it just a sample thats all. it would really help me allot. thanks
    hi,angelika,
    i know many collocations with the verbs do and make, but i wonder what to say with achievement.is it do an achievement,or make an achievement? thank you.
    I'm wondering if staff members, contributors and administrators have come up with a UsingEnglish book. Like a book that summarizes or contains every detail about grammar, style, usage, puctuation, and all. Or a book that contains pretty much everything in this forum/ask-a-teacher. I think a book made exclusively by UsingEnglish would DEFINITELY help learners of English especially those who don't have computers or those who don't have time to surf the net in other countries. And people won't have a hard time picking the best grammar/English book in a bookstore considering that there are more and more publishers and writers who really are not good in English, hence, learners get confused and they don't know which book is really good and credible. Some are deceiving. Some books have incomplete information. Some just have good covers and lay-outs. I guess coming up with a UsingEnglish book is the best idea. Has there been one out?
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    Hi Anglika,
    What is the difference between "so" and "therefore". I know that so is a conjunction and therefore is a conjunctive adverb. Can I use "therefore" in the beginning of a sentence?
    Since in #1 the action [the house being decorated] is now, you cannot use the past perfect. It has to be the present.

    In# 2, Yes, "let" is past, but the action in the past [stay out] was a current action at that time and therefore "stay out" is correct.
    HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAnglikaI want to know why these questions are uncorrect
    1-I’m sorry, you can’t come in at the moment because we ...............the house decorated right now
    .1) have had
    2) will have
    3) had
    4) are having
    In this question I think have had the answer because this is acausative sentence your answer was are having can you explain for me
    2- My mother let me ...............late when I was a child .
    1) to stay out
    2) Stayed out
    3) stay out
    4) Staying out
    here your answer is number 3 but I think number 2 is correct because the sentence is in the past tense
    HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAnglikaI want to know why these questions are uncorrect 1-I’m sorry, you can’t come in at the moment because we ...............the house decorated right now .1) have had2) will have3) had4) are having In this question I think have had the answer because this is acausative sentence your answer was are having can you explain for me2- My mother let me ...............late when I was a child .1) to stay out 2) Stayed out 3) stay out 4) Staying out here your answer is number 3 but I think number 2 is correct because the sentence is in the past tense
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