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    Post problem with helping words

    hii....i dont know how to and where can i use helping words....like words ..would,should,can,could like this...
    please let me know how can learn that..please help me..

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    Re: problem with helping words

    Quote Originally Posted by naveengfx View Post
    Hi I don't know how to and where I can use helping words like would,should, can, could like this.
    Please let me know how can learn that. Please help me.
    In your previous post you were shown how to use correct capitalisation and punctuation. Did you read it?

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    Re: problem with helping words

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    In your previous post you were shown how to use correct capitalisation and punctuation. Did you read it?
    Yes I read that..

    Thank you for your Correction...
    Sir Iam Telugu medium Student sir..That is why Iam too weak in English and i dont know how to use words

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    Re: problem with helping words

    Welcome to Using English.

    Take a look here: Purdue OWL: Verb Tenses

    For us to help you, you need to ask specific questions. We cannot cover large topics in one post.
    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.

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