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    eng problems

    "somewhat" "a little bit"
    DO they have any difference in usage and meaning?



    This policy, if applied, will does good to us.
    Is "applied" passive voice? Why can we write this?


    1.The courses that are offered by the government are meaningful.
    2.The courses offered by the government are meaningful.

    Are two sentences the same. Why sentence 2 is correct?



    For those who join this game will be happy.
    why "those" cannot be the subject?


    For people who want to have a wholesome body,exercising is a good way.
    Is this sentence correct?

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    #2

    Re: eng problems

    may anyone help me?


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    Re: eng problems

    "Can someone help me?"

    Someone probably can. It would be better not to have so many questions in one post.

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