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    Post grammar

    Dear Teachers,
    I need your help.
    Please tell me the rules of using the verbs: to sit, to stand and stay when we refer to a particular position, condition or state.
    Thank you for paying attention to me.
    Yours sincerely
    Winner

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    Re: grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by winner View Post
    Please tell me the rules of using the verbs: to sit, to stand and stay when we refer to a particular position, condition or state.
    When a person sits he keeps his torso upright and his legs underneath him (more or less). Is that what you had in mind?

    ~R

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    Re: grammar

    Please do not give grammar as title to a thread.

    ~R

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