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    #1

    I'm helping you because I want to.

    I'm helping you because I want to.

    I wonder whether this sentence is correct or not.

    Please help me with this.



    Please tell me if there any mistakes in my post.

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    #2

    Re: I'm helping you because I want to.

    Hello Ferdie11


    • I'm helping you because I want to (help you).

  3. #3

    Re: I'm helping you because I want to.

    Hello,

    Saying "I'm helping you because I want to." sounds fine. You wrote, "Please tell me if there any mistakes in my post." To make that sentence correct you would need to change it to: "Please tell me if there are any mistakes in my post." or "Please tell me if there're any mistakes in my post." Isn't English fun!



    Andrew Lawton
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