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    Hi, teachers.. I have two questions. Please answer my question
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    Listen carefully to hear the difference.
    For each example, I should say the word with the sound [v] first , "very, berry vet , bet " ..
    Question 1
    I want to know if ' I should say the word' is a correct sentence in the above sentence .
    If it's correct, what is the meaning of 'should' in the sentence?
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    You can hear it at the beginning of the word 'very', in the middle of the word 'heavy' at the end of the word 'move' and at the beginning and end of the word 'verve'.
    Question2
    Is the above sentence correct grammatically?
    I wonder if the part, 'and at the beginning and end of ' is correct.
    Thanks for reading.

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    Re: I should say the word

    Quote Originally Posted by unregistered View Post
    hi, teachers.. I have two questions. Please answer my question
    ------------------------------------
    listen carefully to hear the difference.
    For each example, i should say the word with the sound [v] first , "very, berry vet , bet " ..
    Question 1
    i want to know if ' i should say the word' is correct in the above sentence . here you should say, 'i will say the word with the v sound first.'

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    you can hear it at the beginning of the word 'very', in the middle of the word 'heavy', at the end of the word 'move', and at the beginning and end of the word 'verve'.
    Question2
    is the above sentence correct grammatically? yes, with the added commas

    i wonder if the part, 'and at the beginning and end of ' is correct. it is correct, but you could also say 'and at the beginning and at the end'.
    thanks for reading.
    2006

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