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    Cool 2 idioms

    Hello!

    Well, 3 idioms.

    Which is correct:

    -There is 1 hour driving / OF driving between these two places.

    -In the past simple OR in the past simple tense, there are two types of verbs.

    -I will really appreciate if you don't tell her my secret. OR I will really appreciate it if you don't tell her my secret.

    Thank you
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    Re: 2 idioms

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Well, 3 idioms.

    Which is correct:

    -There is 1 hour driving / OF driving between these two places.

    -In the past simple OR in the past simple tense, there are two types of verbs.

    -I will really appreciate if you don't tell her my secret. OR I will really appreciate it if you don't tell her my secret.

    Thank you
    w
    1. "of driving" OR "a 1 hour drive......"

    2. Either is OK.

    3. "it"

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