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    Espresso English


    Hello for everyone ,


    I steady The Espresso English at online to make a good sentences , so is that right.


    Best Regard.

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    Re: Espresso English

    Quote Originally Posted by Faisal.y View Post
    Hello, for everyone.

    I study The Espresso English at online to make good sentences, so is this one right?

    Best regards.
    Keep trying.

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    Re: Espresso English

    Thank's to corrected the sentence. Why did you add "one"?

    but why no answer?

    Best regards

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    Re: Espresso English

    Quote Originally Posted by Faisal.y View Post
    Thank's Thanks to for corrected correcting the sentence. Why did you add "one" (no question mark here) but why did you not no answer my question?

    Best regards Unnecessary
    You could say "Is this correct: xxxxx" but because of the position of your question, it's more appropriate to ask if the sentence you had just posted was right.

    Rover answered your question by making corrections to your sentence. That indicated that your original sentence was not right.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #5

    Re: Espresso English

    Espresso English? Is that the kind of English you speak when you've had too much caffeine?

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    Re: Espresso English

    Thank's for correcting my sentence. Can I say " Thanks for corrected my sentence (for the past simple).

    Rover answered your question by making corrections to your sentence. That indicated that your original sentence was not right.
    I asking about Espresso English if you have any idea about it, and is it enough to make a right sentence.

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    Re: Espresso English

    Quote Originally Posted by Faisal.y View Post
    Thank's Thanks for correcting my sentence. Can I say "Thanks for corrected my sentence" (for the past simple)?

    I asking about Espresso English if you have any idea about it, and is it enough to make a right sentence.
    1. No, you can't say "Thanks for corrected my sentence".
    2. I have never heard of Espresso English.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Espresso English

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarheel View Post
    Espresso English? Is that the kind of English you speak when you've had too much caffeine?
    Interesting gossip: said "Espresso English? Is that the kind of English I speak when I've had too much caffeine?"
    for really I don't like to have too much caffeine

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    Re: Espresso English

    What do you mean by "interesting gossip"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #10

    Re: Espresso English

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    1. No, you can't say "Thanks for corrected my sentence".
    2. I have never heard of Espresso English.
    Okay , in Arabic language you can tell thanks with sentence in the past or present simple.
    أشكرك لمساعدتك
    That is mean in English
    "Thanks for helped me or Thanks for serviced me", if those wrong in English so how can any personal know what I talking with the past simple by using "thanks".
    Usually I'm haired only " Thanks for helping me "
    Last edited by Faisal.y; 03-Mar-2015 at 22:17.

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