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    #1

    is this sentence correct or not?

    i want to ask about these sentense :
    1-i'll send you a postcard when i'll bo on holiday
    2-i wish it would have been warmer
    3-i'm going to the party unless you will stop me
    is thes sentence are correct?
    i have another question.....
    when can we use so ...and when use very?
    i mean can i say so nice or very nice which one is correct and what is the different?
    thnx alot

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    #2

    Re: is this sentence correct or not?

    1. I'll send you a postcard when I am on holiday.
    2. I wish it would have been warmer.
    3. I am going to the party unless you stop me.

    Every sentence must start with a capital letter and end with the appropriate end punctuation. The personal pronoun I is always a capital letter.

    So and very can have the same meaning insome cases.


    Keep working on the basics like subject-verb agreement (are these sentences correct), capitalization and punctuation. Hard work and practice are two of the keys to success, another is asking for help when you need it.

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    #3

    Thumbs up Re: is this sentence correct or not?

    Thank you very much for your help..I appreciate it....

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    #4

    Re: is this sentence correct or not?

    You are very welcome. Thanks for using a capital letter correctly in your reply, teachers always love it when students listen to their advice.

    Try this:

    Thank you very much for your help. I appreciate it. (two independent clauses, two sentences)


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    #5

    Re: is this sentence correct or not?

    Regarding 2), what's the difference with "I wish it had been warmer" ?

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