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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    need help

    HI! i have sentence and i don't understand ? please help
    ( question is )

    I don't remember Helen's phone number.
    I've .....................Helen's phone number.

    i just write ! and wich one is better.

    I 've not remember Helen's phone number. or
    I 've been remember Helen's phone number .


    thanks............

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    #2

    Re: need help

    Neither is correct, Suzi.

    Here's a clue: it's the opposite of remembered and it begins with F.

    Note that I don't remember Helen's phone number would have been a more meaningful title than Re: need help.

    Rover

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    #3

    Re: need help

    Hi there!!
    I do need help!!
    I'm a student teacher and one of the topics I have to teach this week is adverbs of quantity. I'd like to use some games and funny activities to teach such as topic, but I've haven't found anything yet.
    Could you pleade help me by giving me some tips or activities you've already used when teaching it?
    I'd really appreciate that!!
    Lourdes78

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    #4

    Re: need help

    Quote Originally Posted by lourdes78 View Post
    Hi there!!
    I do need help!!
    I'm a student teacher and one of the topics I have to teach this week is adverbs of quantity. I'd like to use some games and funny activities to teach such as topic, but I've haven't found anything yet.
    Could you pleade help me by giving me some tips or activities you've already used when teaching it?
    I'd really appreciate that!!
    Lourdes78
    Please start a new thread for a different question. I suggest you delete this post and start a new thread, ideally in the Teaching English forum.

    It's also helpful to give the thread a title that informs potential readers what it's about. 'Advice on games/activities; advice, please' is one suggestion.

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