I'll give one example: If your native language, or your best language, or the language you spoke as a child, is actually English, then we can't assume you've achieved fluency in any language at all. That might have some bearing on how you're answered.
But that's a side issue. Perhaps there are many people who learn little bits of lots of languages and never gain a basic fluency in any. If that's the case, it's probably best on an ESL site like this to put one of your other languages as your native language.
(1) ...the sample which it was derived from.
(2) ...the sample from which it was derived.(1) ...smallest unit of money which there are 100 of
(2) ...smallest unit of money of which there are 100
If I remove "from"
from above sentence, does the meaning has any changes??change?
- ..., are there any changes in meaning?
- ..., is there any change in meaning?
- ..., does the meaning change any?
- ..., does the meaning has...
- the verb 'has' should be in its base form
- ..., does the meaning have...
- the auxiliary 'does' carries tense
- the meaning does have...
- Ex: If I remove 'from', does the meaning change? <base verb>