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    She has always been driving alone/ has always driven alone

    Good day everyone :)

    Which one is correct?
    1.) She has always been driving alone.
    2.) She has always driven alone.

    1.) What if one day, she finds the right guy?
    2.) What if one day, she'll find the right guy?

    1.) Through his journey, -----------------.
    2.) In his journey,--------------.


    Thank you :)

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    Re: She has always been driving alone/ has always driven alone

    Quote Originally Posted by Bono09 View Post
    Good day everyone :)

    Which one is correct?
    1.) She has always been driving alone.
    2.) She has always driven alone.

    1.) What if one day, she finds the right guy?
    2.) What if one day, she'll find the right guy?

    1.) Through his journey, -----------------.
    2.) In his journey,--------------.


    Thank you :)
    When is your homework assignment due?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: She has always been driving alone/ has always driven alone

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    When is your homework assignment due?
    Hi there :) This is actually our final project. It is due five days from now. Can you please help me? :(

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    Re: She has always been driving alone/ has always driven alone

    As I am sure you have seen in the forum rules and guidelines, we cannot help with homework, assignments or projects. Your teacher is not interested in what we can do. Your teacher is only interested in what you can do on your own. Do your best. We wish you good luck. After you receive your mark and your teacher's comments, if there is anything about the comments which you don't understand, you can come back and ask us to explain.

    I am closing this thread in case anyone misses the fact that it is homework and gives you the answers.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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