Student or Learner
I had a test and there was a sentence asking me to find a mistake in it but I couldn't see any mistake and I thought it's a correct sentence. Here it is "It always takes me an hour doing my homework everyday".
I think it's a mistake from the test editor. I saw another mistake (from the test editor) where it should've been "woman" (goes with "is") not "women" (goes with "are").
Thank you very much !
No, that's not my homework. I don't really find a problem in it.
As your answer I'm really not sure because as far as I know we have the structure "take somebody -time- doing something", I don't think I'm wrong with it. Need a teacher to finish this thread !
Thank you !
I'm not a teacher, but I can assure you that that sentence needs to read "to do."
I spent an hour doing my homework.
It took me an hour to do my homework.
I spend an hour practicing the piano every night.
It takes me an hour to do just my scales every night.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.