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Will17

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Hi there!


I've got several questions to ask:

-Is this question correct: "When is your trip to Brazil planned?"

-Do we say Brain or Brains? If we can say both, what's the difference?

-If we speak about someone's english level and we say that "she can produce/make quite good sentences", is it correct?

-When we want to review some lessons before an exam, can we call this a revision?

- When do we use "all of" instead of "all". Example: Is it better to say "are all these statements correct" than "are all of these statements correct?"

That's all for now!!

Thanks for your help

Will
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Anglika

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Welcome to the forums.

Hi there!


I've got several questions to ask:

-Is this question correct: "When is your trip to Brazil planned?" :up:

-Do we say Brain or Brains? If we can say both, what's the difference? You have a brain [physical]; you use your brains [intellectual function]

-If we speak about someone's English level and we say that "she can produce/make quite good sentences", is it correct? Both are ok.

-When we want to review some lessons before an exam, can we call this a revision? That is what we called it at school.

- When do we use "all of" instead of "all". Example: Is it better to say "are all these statements correct" than "are all of these statements correct?"
Technically you do no need the "of", but it is a common addition.

That's all for now!!

Thanks for your help

Will
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