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    Harry12345 is offline Member
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    Hello, Teachers! Please help me.

    Which one is correct and why? Thank you!

    1 You can't imagine______ English when she was 60 years.

    A her learning B her learn C she learned D to learn

    I think both A and C are correct. But it just requirs one answer.


    2 Mr Green is giving a talk________ science.

    A on B about C of D at

    I would choose A, but someone told me I should choose B. I'm not sure.


    3 Besides this story, many other stories also moved us deeply._______ these stories, we know more about love.

    A From B On C To D With

    I think both A and D are correct. But It also requirs one answer

    Teachers, what do you think?

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    Re: Hello, Teachers! Please help me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry12345 View Post
    Which one is correct and why? Thank you!

    1 You can't imagine______ English when she was 60 years.

    A her learning B her learn C she learned D to learn

    I think both A and C are correct. But it just requirs one answer.
    Only A is correct.
    You can't imagine something (gerund).

    2 Mr Green is giving a talk________ science.

    A on B about C of D at

    I would choose A, but someone told me I should choose B. I'm not sure.
    You say talk on a subject though 'talk about a subject' is not wrong.


    3 Besides this story, many other stories also moved us deeply._______ these stories, we know more about love.

    A From B On C To D With

    I think both A and D are correct. But It also requirs one answer
    You know/learn more from the stories, not with the stories.

    Teachers, what do you think?
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    Re: Hello, Teachers! Please help me.

    You can't imagine something (gerund).?

    something (gerund)

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    Re: Hello, Teachers! Please help me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry12345 View Post
    You can't imagine something (gerund).?

    something (gerund)
    That something that you can't imagine should be a noun, a gerund.

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