Red5 said:P'raps - it's the angry smilie that threw me. ;-)
RonBee said:Hi Lucy! It looks like you've been pretty busy lately. :wink:
RonBee said:May I make a correction?
You get annoyed at your broken old computer.
As for your happy PC, I wouldn't ordinarily think of my computer that way, but I rather like that expression.
jnsummer said:Howdy Lucy!
Its better to say...I welcome you to do that for me.
is you pc happy today :?: mine is very slow and i feel like dropping it out of my window to see how big a hole i can make in the ground outside haha :lol:
Rather than saying "Welcome you to do corrections for me too!" it would be better to say "You are welcome to do corrections for me too!" (The first sentence is not idiomatic English.)
I hope that helps.
tdol said:And, of course, 'welcome' is a regular verb, unlike most of the 'come' family. ;-)