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    Is these sentences correct to say?

    1. I will act and treat him nicely as I will help him in any difficulties in English language.

    2. I hope that he can help me using any ways to improve my Chinese.

    Is it okay to put "brainstorming" in the interest line?

    THANKS!

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    Re: Is these sentences correct to say?

    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    1. I will act and treat him nicely as I will help him in any difficulties in English language.

    2. I hope that he can help me using any ways to improve my Chinese.

    Is it okay to put "brainstorming" in the interest line?

    THANKS!
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    Re: Is these sentences correct to say?

    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    1. I will act and treat him nicely as I will help him in any difficulties in English language.

    2. I hope that he can help me using any ways to improve my Chinese.

    Is it okay to put "brainstorming" in the interest line?

    THANKS!
    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****


    (1) I suggest something like:

    When he has difficulties in English, I will help him in a patient and

    understanding manner.

    (2) I hope that he can help me find/to find some ways to improve my

    Chinese.

    NOTE: After the verb "help," you may use the infinitive with "to"

    or the infinitive without "to":

    Will you help me learn/to learn French?

    Did you help her cook/to cook dinner?

    The government helps the people have/to have a better life.

    BUT: NEVER use -ing. Good: I will help you use/to use the computer.

    "Bad": I will help you using the computer.

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