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    Hello, I really appreciate you for answering my questions. Again I have got some questions:
    1-(whatever, whoever, whichever). ……….is worth doing at all is worth doing well. (what does it mean?)
    2-each employee is being asked to contribute as much as (he/they) can. {Pls tell me the reason of the answer if possible!}
    3- Difference between: All the people stood up...& Everybody stood up.
    4-all of the statistics on the report (is/are) correct.
    5-there is no fool like an old fool. (Meaning?)
    Change these sentences to present perfect using (just, already, so far, up to now, always, never, sometimes, this morning)
    6-The ship sank some time ago.
    7-He drove too fast last night.
    8-She rode a beautiful white horse when she was young.
    Are these sentences correct? The boy grew very fast. & The boy has grown very fast.

    THANKS a million

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    Re: question

    Quote Originally Posted by ali20ast View Post
    Hello, I really appreciate you for answering my questions. Again I have got some questions:
    1-(whatever, whoever, whichever). ……….is worth doing at all is worth doing well. (what does it mean?)
    2-each employee is being asked to contribute as much as (he/they) can. {Pls tell me the reason of the answer if possible!}
    3- Difference between: All the people stood up...& Everybody stood up.
    4-all of the statistics on the report (is/are) correct.
    5-there is no fool like an old fool. (Meaning?)
    Change these sentences to present perfect using (just, already, so far, up to now, always, never, sometimes, this morning)
    6-The ship sank some time ago.
    7-He drove too fast last night.
    8-She rode a beautiful white horse when she was young.
    Are these sentences correct? The boy grew very fast. & The boy has grown very fast.

    THANKS a million
    1. You should put forth your best effort at what you do or there is no point in doing it. A half-assed job is not worth doing. One does not get a good reputation by doing less than his best.


    2. Each employee is being asked to contribute as much as he can.
    The word he is traditionally used as gender-neutral term meaning anyone.
    3. No difference.

    4. are

    5. An older person should know better.

    6. The ship has been sinking up to now.

    7. He has always driven too fast.

    8. She has been riding a beautiful white horse.

    Yes.


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