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    #1

    convert "I came yesterday" to present and future tense

    Dear teacher.
    Help me convert "I came yesterday" to present tense and future tense.
    Last edited by GoesStation; 18-Feb-2020 at 11:59. Reason: Change title to reflect message content

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    #2

    Re: convert "I came yesterday" to present and future tense

    Welcome to the forum.

    We don't give free answers to students' homework assignments.

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    #3

    Re: convert "I came yesterday" to present and future tense

    What do you think the answers should be?

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    #4

    Re: convert "I came yesterday" to present and future tense

    Look down on, Tdol was asking Bodmasnr what they thought the answer should be – not you.

    Please read this extract from the forum's Posting Guidelines:

    You are welcome to answer questions posted in the Ask a Teacher forum as long as your suggestions, help, and advice reflect a good understanding of the English language. If you are not a teacher, you will need to state that clearly in your post. Please note, all posts are moderated by our in-house language experts, so make sure your suggestions, help, and advice provide the kind of information an international language teacher would offer. If not, and your posts do not contribute to the topic in a positive way, they will be subject to deletion.

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    #5

    Re: convert "I came yesterday" to present and future tense

    Clarify something for me. Are learners who need assistance with their assignments expected to pay a fee? Is that what you meant by "free answers"? I was given to understand this forum runs on ads.

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    #6

    Re: convert "I came yesterday" to present and future tense

    All advice here is given free. If we were to provide homework answers, that service would perforce* be free, too. That's probably what was in Tdol's mind.

    We're here to promote the learning of English, though, not to impede it by interfering with students' education.

    *(Sorry for using such an obscure word. It felt right in the moment, but I don't recommend that learners adopt it.)
    I am not a teacher.

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    #7

    Re: convert "I came yesterday" to present and future tense

    I'll rephrase my post #2:

    We don't give students answers to their homework assignments. Their teachers need to know what they can do.

    It's rule 6:

    Please don't ask us to do or correct your homework; this is a place to discuss language. We do not do homework or assignments for people. If we suspect that a question is an assignment, we will not answer it and may edit or delete it.

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