Student or Learner
Today, I joined here first time.
I have many questions for you.
Here is one of them.
In English books,
It is said " There is a good sentence for you to practice, which has been used as a good advice for people for a long time.
But somebody also says "There is a good clause or phrase,,,,"
What things are different among them?
Welcome to the forums, lincoln_min.
People respond better when the word 'please' appears in requests for help.
Put your pointer over Reference near the top of the page, click on Grammar Glossary and enter the words (separately) in the Search box.
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