I am not sure what you are trying to say.
Student or Learner
I shared video on my facebook profile and i found this is very helpful in troubles
I used tag line "indeed helpful" so would like to confirm is this correct form of using indeed helpful or indeed useful
Looking forward to your reply
What is "tagline" for and how is it related to your sharing video on your Facebook profile? How does sharing video help you when you have trouble?
Helpful and useful mean the same thing.
not a teacher
Welcome to the forum, deep.
Please note that I have changed the title of your OP for the following reason:
'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'(Posting Guidelines)
Also, you spelt 'grammar' wrong.
I wanted to ask "helpful indeed" is correct form of using the sentence or "indeed helpful" or either way sounds same..
"i am not in trouble" the video is all about demonstrating the quick measures you can take while you are in trouble and I shared on my wall to tell people its really or "indeed helpful". Therefore, I am confused shall i mention "indeed helpful or indeed useful or useful indeed or helpful indeed" how, where we can use indeed ???
I hope, now it's clear !!
Please see my corrections above in red. Note that "indeed helpful" or any variation thereof is not a complete sentence.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Thanks Sir, I am new to this forum and found very useful. I hope with all your support, my english skills will definitely improve.
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Sir. I am new to this forum and foundfind it very useful. I hope with all your support, my English skills will definitelyimprove.
not a teacher
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