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    Parts of speech

    To Tdol Thanks for your answer. But I don 't understand why tomorrow couldn't be used as an adjectival noun and what is a one-off. Will you please make it clearly? I often hear that phrase " a tomorrow morning", is the word tomorrow a kind of adjective? If not, what kind of it?
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    usage of time adverbs

    Hi, I don't think your sentence is correct. We say on Monday, Tuesday..but we don't say On yesterday or On tomorrow as these adverbs cann't come with a preposition. I agree with Tdol, the man proposed to his wife the following week. However I feel a little confused. :)
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    Parts of speech

    I think we should use " We cancelled tomorrow dinner with Joan" because tomorrow can be a noun and plays a role of an adjective modifying the word "dinner" If tomorrow is an adverb of time, maybe the sentence will be changed to " We will cancell the dinner with Joan tomorrow" How about your...
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    Semantics

    Sorry for my late reply. I have enjoyed my Lunar New Year at my place. I will search these two addresses. They look very useful to me. Thanks a lot for your help! :)
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    Username problem!

    Thanks, Sir Today everything is all right :)
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    Username problem!

    Dear Sir, Why cann't I post my new topic with my own username? After I click the button " Submit" , there is an annoucement " Sorry, your username have been taken.." :( Solace P/s: I can not use my nick in Ask a teacher forum but everything is all right here! :D
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    Merry Christmas

    Wishing you all a happy and merry Christmas! :) :) :)
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    How to improve my oral English level?

    I have the same problem :)
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    Classic Christmas Carols

    I don't know a lot of carols, but I have a popular one: Feliz Navidad Feliz Navidad Feliz Navidad Prospero av y felicidad Feliz Navidad Feliz Navidad Feliz Navidad Prospero av y felicidad I want to wish you a Merry Christmas I want to wish you a Merry Chrismas I want to wish you a Merry...
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    Simple past and Past Perfect

    Hi, If you say so, everybody can understand you. However I think it is not a standard English. Anyway, such utterance will be accepted in verbal communication:)
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    Simple past and Past Perfect

    Now, I do understand. Thanks :) Another question: Which cases should we use past perfect tense?
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    Simple past and Past Perfect

    Hi, As I know, "before" is a prep and be followed by a noun or a gerund. So I don't think we should omit the subject (He). How about you?
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    Good 2

    So , I will say:" Vegetables is good for you....and for your health" .Thank you, RonBee. :)
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    Simple past and Past Perfect

    "Neither one is necessarily better." I haven't caught your idea I will put my sentence in a situation like that: My house has been stolen and I want to insist to everybody that I locked the door before going out. Whether I should use the past perfect tense? " I had locked the door before going...
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    Narration

    Surely, I want to tell a story in the past tense. I means that sometimes the writers still use present tense to tell a past story. And I wonder which cases? EX: I tell you about my childhood...I say: .(actions)....At that time, I was 10 years old or I am ten ?? present tense or past tense ? If I...
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