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    Thumbs up doubts in engish Grammar

    dear teacher,


    i am poor in english. Because my mothertounge is telugu.

    i have a doubt about the below sentence.

    "i am going hometown."

    Is this correct ? or

    " i am going to my hometown"

    is this correct?


    please let me know about this...


    thanks inadvanced

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    Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    I am going hometown

    I am going to my hometown

    All the best.

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    Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    thanks inadvanced- this should be 'thanks in advance'.

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    Red face Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by Noego View Post
    I am going hometown

    I am going to my hometown

    All the best.
    "Hometown" means My native place
    so I think it should be,
    I am going to hometown.
    Is it correct?

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    Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by Master Raja View Post
    "Hometown" means My native place
    so I think it should be,
    I am going to hometown.
    Is it correct?
    Right, my native place, so,

    I am going to my hometown.
    I am going to hometown.

    Does that help?

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    Cool Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    And what about these:

    I'm going to the hometown of my own.
    I'm going to the hometown of mine.


    Sound great to me.

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    Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    Fine.
    When should I come?
    What does it mean?

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    #8

    Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    When is it convenient for me to come?

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    Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    Fine
    Diffrence between
    When shoud I come?
    When will I come?

  7. #10

    Re: doubts in engish Grammar

    Hi
    Could you please explain about Globalizatio?

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