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    Hello there!

    I had an exam in English yesterday, so I wolud be grateful if you could answer to my question.
    I just want to know if these sentences are corect.

    1. Mr. Smith you are whispering to him last five minutes. Are you helping him, or he is helping you with this exam?
    2. I will call you when I finish a dinner.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angy19 View Post
    Hello there!

    I had an exam in English yesterday, so I wolud be grateful if you could answer to my question.
    I just want to know if these sentences are corect.

    1. Mr. Smith you are whispering to him last five minutes. Are you helping him, or he is helping you with this exam?
    2. I will call you when I finish a dinner.

    Thank you.
    Hello there!

    I had an exam in English yesterday, so I wolud be grateful if you could answer to my question.
    I just want to know if these sentences are corect.

    1. Mr. Smith you are whispering to him last five minutes. Are you helping him, or he is helping you with this exam?
    2. I will call you when I finish a dinner.

    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angy19 View Post
    Hello there!

    I had an exam in English yesterday, so I wolud be grateful if you could answer to my question.
    I just want to know if these sentences are corect.

    1. Mr. Smith you are whispering to him last five minutes. Are you helping him, or he is helping you with this exam?
    2. I will call you when I finish a dinner.

    Thank you.
    1. Mr Smith, you've been whispering to him over the last five minutes. Are you helping him, or is he helping you with the exam?

    2. I will call you when I finish the dinner.



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    Re: Question

    1. Mr Smith, you've been whispering to him for the last five minutes. Are you helping him, or is he helping you with the exam?

    2. I will call you when I finish dinner.

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