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My name is Sunil. I am from India.
I am excited about this site and I hope all of you will help me in improving my english.
and here is a question I am confused about . what is right.
Q10 - Neither ____ there.
*Either could be used here.
You're most welcome.
i am confused about using a pronoun for a non living thing
is correct to say
Q:- Where are my books?
A:- They are with me.
Q:- where is my book?
A:- it is with me/she is with me.
i have read that we can use she for non living objects like ship/boats etc
help me with this
thanks in advance.
i appriciate your help
here is my another question
is there any formula which can help me to find out where to use to+ infintive and where should i use for+ing
You are always welcome.
This is a very large and quite difficult topic.
Here are some useful sites :
Verb Lists: Infinitives and Gerunds
Infinitives and Gerunds
Verbals: Gerunds, Participles, and Infinitives
Infinitives, infinitive, using infinitives, and the difference between gerunds and infinitives in English writing--Today's Free English Lesson on MyEnglishTeacher.net
Interchange Arcade - Cambridge University Press
verbs followed by gerunds and infinitives
Wish you luck,
Last edited by Teia; 27-Dec-2006 at 16:40.
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