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    use of be

    I want to know English language

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    Re: use of be

    Welcome to the forum.

    I want to know Brad Pitt. Maybe we can help each other.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: use of be

    What opportunities have you got in your locality for learning English, ravindra?

    In this forum we answer specific questions about language.

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    #4

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    There are many, many opportunities for learning English in Delhi, Ravindra.

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    Re: use of be

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****

    Hello, Ravindra:

    I very much liked the title of your thread: The use of "to be."

    If you want to become fluent in English, I strongly suggest that you learn how to use the verb "to be." Learn the present, past, and future of "to be." Above all, learn how to make questions and the negative with "to be."

    Some learners, in my opinion, do not spend enough time on "to be." They want to rush on to more interesting verbs. I agree that "to be" sentences can be boring ("I am a student"; "They are studying"; "Was it cold yesterday?" etc.).

    But if you do not understand "to be," you will make many mistakes with other verbs, especially with questions and the negative.
    Last edited by TheParser; 11-Jan-2015 at 22:35. Reason: misspelling

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