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    Sentence Clarification

    Hi All,

    kindly confirm the below sentence is right or not and also clarify some of my doubts

    "Fortunately girls were not there at that time. Think what would have happened, if the girls were there at that time. As his pant was torn, he would have felt bad, if girls were there."

    Doubts:

    1) Also i need to know whether "house warming" is a right sentence for a "Graparvesam"
    2) Kindly tell me where to use this "as to".

    Kindly assist.

    Guru

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    Re: Sentence Clarification

    Quote Originally Posted by gradha.83 View Post
    Hi All,

    kindly confirm the below sentence is right or not and also clarify some of my doubts

    "Fortunately girls were not there at that time. Think what would have happened, if the girls were there at that time. As his pant was torn, he would have felt bad, if girls were there."

    Doubts:

    1) Also i need to know whether "house warming" is a right sentence for a "Graparvesam"
    2) Kindly tell me where to use this "as to".

    Kindly assist.

    Guru
    Hi gradha,

    "Fortunately girls were not there at that time. Think what would have happened if girls had been there. As his pants were torn, he would have felt bad."

    Tell us how you want to use "as to" and we will help you.

    Is Graparvesam Tamil? I'm afraid that I don't know it, do you know it in Hindi?

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    Re: Sentence Clarification

    HI

    Thanks a lot..

    I will let you know where to use "as to".. In my organisation, my supervisor use this word very oftenly. unfortunately i didnt even remember a particular scenario..

    I have a another doubt.

    Kindly confirm the below sentences are right?

    1) I usually wake up at 06 am every morning.

    2) I slept for three hours yesterday afternoon.

    3) how to use "asleep"

    Kindly assist.

    Thanks a lot in advance

    Guru

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    Re: Sentence Clarification

    1) I usually wake up at 06 am every morning. Usually we would say either 6 AM or 0600.

    2) I slept for three hours yesterday afternoon.

    3) how to use "asleep" I was asleep for three hours.

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