[Grammar] Hello Im new to this Website

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lyner10

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Hello, Im new to this website. I'm currently in 11th grade. nvm the introduction. So anyway I wish yall can help me with my grammars and stuff cuz im really bad at it. Even though i passed the writing test last year Lol.
Anyway lets begin.

Im getting confuse on how to use "On and In" Well i know In usually used in a sentence that has volume. But what if i used this sentence. A guy got hit in the face? Please explain. And Also please explain how to use ON.

Also i wanna know how to use "Had,has,have" what is the diff?
And which one is plural?

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Hello, I'm new to this website.
Welcome. Since you ask for help with your grammar, let's get right to it!

I'm currently in 11th grade. nvm [huh?] the introduction. So anyway I wish yall [?] can help me with my grammar[STRIKE]s[/STRIKE] and stuff [STRIKE]cuz[/STRIKE] because I'm really bad at it, even though I passed the writing test last year. Lol.
Your vocabulary needs some attention as well.
Anyway lets begin.

Im getting confused on how to use "On and In". Well I know 'in' is usually used in a sentence that has volume.
Sentences don't have volume. You need to think about what you want to say and then find appropriate words to convey that meaning.
But what if I used this sentence. "A guy got hit in the face?" Please explain.
It's an idiom. That's the way we say it.
And Also please explain how to use ON.
"The cat sat on the mat."
Also I [STRIKE]wanna[/STRIKE] want to know how to use "Had,has,have" what is the difference?
And which one is plural?
You need to check the simple present and simple past tense conjugations of "to have".

Thank you
You're welcome
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nvm stands for "never mind". :mrgreen:

A: brb (= be right back)
B: OK
A: nvm, Jenny got the phone.

:mrgreen:



I presume it means "you all". :lol:
I see, thanks. I've never got around to learning textspeak.
 
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