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    listen,systematically,misgiving,commune,pocorn

    ''My sweet and respected teachers''
    1 : ''Learn your lesson by heart then i'll listen to your lesson" correct?If not make it correct please.
    2 : ''What does 'systematically' mean? and make one sentence using 'systematically'
    3 : ''You ain't sick it's just your misgiving'' correct?
    4 : ''I mislaid the book'' means i put the book somewhere and forgot where i put it?
    5 : 'commune' means, to share emotions and feelings without speaking but how?by sending a letter or what?
    6 : ''I want some popcorn or popcorns''?
    7 : ''A seller is selling popcorns'' how should i say? ''i want to buy popcorn or popcorns''?

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    Wink Re: listen,systematically,misgiving,commune,pocorn

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit1988 View Post
    ''My sweet and respected teachers''
    1 : ''Learn your lesson by heart then i'll listen to your lesson" correct?
    2 : ''What does 'systematically' mean? and make one sentence using 'systematically'
    Systematically is refering to the way you do something. You do it very orderly and correctly. She systematically ruined the dinner.
    3 : ''You ain't sick it's just your misgiving'' Although I am not sure when you would use it. :)
    4 : ''I mislaid the book'' means i put the book somewhere and forgot where i put it?
    5 : 'commune' means, to share emotions and feelings: to converse or talk together, usually with profound intensity
    6 : ''I want some popcorn or popcorns''?
    7 : ''A vendor is selling popcorn'' how should i say? ''i want to buy popcorn or popcorns''?
    There you go...all done. :)

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    Diana
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    Last edited by English-coach; 25-Jan-2009 at 12:58.

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