My friend, she works at a CD store -- This is not a grammatically correct sentence.
Can it be, my friend, she works with a CD store -- No. Unless she has a job like marketing or promotions and she goes to different stores and offers them her services. One of her clients is a CD store: she works with them.
2.Is this correct?
Every Friday night I
playgo bowling with my friends.
He was pleased to hear such a fine musician playing his favorite piece of music.
Why i _should use play instead of playing? Either is fine depending on context.
I am looking forward to see you again
Is the above sentence wrong? Why is only seeing
would becorrect instead of to see.
'Seeing' is a gerund. It's a verb that functions as a noun.
'To see' is a verb in infinitive form. It doesn't go in your sentence. 'To' in your sentence is a preposition: 'looking forward to something'
5. If I [was] you, I [wouldn't] interfered [in] his business.
If I was you, I wouldn't have interfered in his business.
Is using have
would bewrong in above sentence.
No. You need 'have' there.
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