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    Question about correct form of verbs

    Hi. please check my answers and correct it if it is false.

    1) If he (make) any trouble, he will be asked to leave the meeting. >>>>> made
    2) You will feel much better when you (stop) smoking. >>>>> stop
    3) As soon as he (arrive) in New York, he will send me a telegram. >>>>> arrives
    4) You can wait here until the rain (stop). >>>>> stops
    5) When you (move) to your new house you will be far more comfortable than your are now. >>>>>> move


    Thank You.
    Last edited by rahimi; 01-Aug-2012 at 20:41.

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    Re: Question about correct form of verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by rahimi View Post

    1) If he (make) any trouble, he will be asked to leave the meeting. >>>>> made
    NOT A TEACHER


    When will he be asked to leave the meeting?

    IF he makes trouble.

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    Another example:

    If a member gives an answer that is not related to language, he will be asked to stop.


    HAVE A NICE DAY!

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    Re: Question about correct form of verbs

    Hello, rahimi.
    One more example:
    When he gives enlightening answers, he will make all the other members happy.

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    Re: Question about correct form of verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by TheParser View Post
    If a member gives an answer that is not related to language, he will be asked to stop.
    And rightly so.

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    Re: Question about correct form of verbs

    Thank you for your answers

    This is sample of my book : Some larger units will be disgraced if you lose.

    I choose the verb with this pattern. where is my problem ?

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    Re: Question about correct form of verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by rahimi View Post
    This is sample of my book : Some larger units will be disgraced if you lose.

    I choose the verb with this pattern. where is my problem ?
    I don't know. Where is your problem?

    I have a problem with knowing what is meant by 'some larger units will be disgraced'. I have no idea what that means.

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