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    Grammer check

    what is the difference between did u work today or have you worked today

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    Re: Grammer check

    Quote Originally Posted by oxford2011 View Post
    What is the difference between "did you work today" and "have you worked today"?
    Please write correct sentences, oxford.

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    Re: Grammer check

    You have made 68 posts according to your profile. I think by now it is reasonable for us to expect you to know and use the following:

    1) Correct spelling of "grammar"
    2) A capital letter at the beginning of a sentence
    3) Use of "you" not "u"
    4) Enclose the phrases that you are querying in quotation marks or italicise them

    Please repost your question.

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