Student or Learner
Although I have been studying English at formal schools for many years, but they (those years I spent in the schools) have not put me to good use. I am still poor in many language aspects. Those schools are not serious about why we study English if we can live safely with Arabic.
If I did not benefit from the schools, would it be OK to say the given sentence?
Good I asked. If I did not, it would become a choice.
Last edited by emsr2d2; 15-Sep-2016 at 08:39. Reason: Fixed typo
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
I think you should avoid contracting sentences like this unless you are sure of them.
"Good I asked" is not good.
"It's good that I asked"; "It's a good thing I asked"; "I'm glad I asked". Yes, we do abbreviate these in colloquial speech, eg. "Good thing I asked", but yours doesn't work (as I note in another of your threads that CD has answered).
PS: Crossed with ems, but I'm uncertain of your meaning too.
If Ray did not point that out, I would continue using that incorrect suggestion unless someone corrects me.
I would use 'had not pointed' instead of 'did not point' in the above post because the former refers to the past.
I am not a teacher.