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  1. Mimikotsu
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    help me please

    What kind of english term is Tommorow, Please, and us?

  2. M56
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    Re: help me please

    Quote Originally Posted by Mimikotsu
    What kind of english term is Tommorow, Please, and us?
    You need to spell "tomorrow" correctly.

    Quick definitions (tomorrow)

    noun: the day after today (Example: "What are our tasks for tomorrow?")
    noun: the near future (Example: "Tomorrow's world")
    adverb: the next day, the day after, following the present day


    Quick definitions (please)

    verb: give pleasure to or be pleasing to (Example: "These colors please the senses")
    verb: give satisfaction (Example: "The waiters around her aim to please")
    verb: be the will of or have the will (to) (Example: "He could do many things if he pleased")
    adverb: used in polite request (Example: "Please pay attention")

    us:

    The objective form of we1. Used as the direct object of a verb: She saw us on the subway. 2. Used as the indirect object of a verb: They offered us free tickets to the show. 3. Used as the object of a preposition: This letter is addressed to us. 4. Informal Used as a predicate nominative: It's us. See Usage Note at we. 5. Nonstandard Used reflexively as the indirect object of a verb: We decided to get us another car. See Note at me.

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