I have worn the same cloths , so that you don't have to wash them again..

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Which on is right and more practical ? I want to tell my mom that..

1) I have worn the same cloths so that you don't have to wash them.
2) I have worn the same cloths so you don't need to wash them again.

i am not sure about the use of worn. Is it right ? or there is better way to say it.
 

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Which on is right and more practical ? I want to tell my mom that..

1) I have worn the same cloths so that you don't have to wash them.
2) I have worn the same cloths so you don't need to wash them again.

I am not sure about the use of worn. Is it right ? or there is better way to say it.

"I am wearing the same clothes, so you don't have to wash them."
 

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what if i use " so that " . dose that make any difference?
 

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[STRIKE]w[/STRIKE] What if [STRIKE]i[/STRIKE] I use " so that ". [STRIKE]dose[/STRIKE]Does that make any difference?

I put on the same clothes this morning so that you wouldn't have/need to wash them.


Please use capital letters to begin a sentence and for the first person pronoun I.
 

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How do I make this sentence by using Worn ?
 

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ok. How do I make sentence with wore ? wore is also past tense of wear .
 

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I wore the same clothes today so you wouldn't have to wash them.

Monday you wear the clothes.
Tuesday you wear the same clothes.
Tuesday night you mom asks where all your laundry is. You say "I wore the same clothes today that I wore yesterday so you wouldn't have to wash them."


(Personally, I'd rather wash my kids' clothes than have them wear them two days in a row.)
 

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(Personally, I'd rather wash my kids' clothes than have them wear them two days in a row.)
Personally, I'd rather my kids washed their own clothes.

You may say I'm a dreamer (Lennon).
 

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Note, hitesh70, clothEs are what children wear, cloths are what they use to do the dishes after washing their clothes. (And there goes another flying pig. ;-))

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