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i want to ask my fellow passenger if my destination will come then please wake me up. Let me know if below sentences are correct. Let me know when my stop is come ( if bus has reached stop) Or L …
asked Apr 23 '14 by user4084
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What are the differences in meaning between the following sentences? All of the sentences below convey the meaning of compulsion of exercise to be carried out in three months. a) This exercise ha …
asked Nov 18 '14 by user4084
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What is the difference between these two sentences, and when should I use them while talking? He had same problem like my father. and He was having same problem like my father. Please expl …
asked Jun 21 '14 by user4084
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Which sentence is correct? Do you remember our friend who has transferred to new project? (To say he transferred to new project a year ago) Or Do you remember our friend who is transferred to new pr …
asked Sep 27 '14 by user4084
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According to my understanding He was to come at 8 pm. (Means He was supposed to come at 8 pm) He had to come at 8 pm. (Means He was obligated to come at 8 pm) And also How she would feel if her …
asked Jun 15 '14 by user4084
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In my previous organisation we were not doing so much of work. In my previous organisation we would not do so much of work. Do both the sentences mean the same thing or there is any diffe …
asked May 3 '14 by user4084
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“Her family wouldn’t appreciate her being known for playing a sport" What would be the meaning of above sentence without knowing context?. a) Past representative, Her family never appreciated her of …
asked Oct 15 '18 by user4084
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I was never happy the way I was treated in my previous job. And I had never been happy the way I had been treated in my previous job. Is there any difference in meaning between the two sent …
asked May 4 '15 by user4084
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In below sentence it is understood that Actions of Cleaning and arresting are already happened. If I want to report below activities to someone else should I use simple present passive or Simple past …
asked Oct 13 '14 by user4084
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Are below sentences construction and meanings are correct? My ID card is damaged in water (Stative Sentence) Meaning: In above sentence Person want to only convey status of ID card that it is damage …
asked Oct 31 '14 by user4084
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Is there any logic/ Trick to identify if the word was used as adjective or verb? e.g. Level has been reduced to one. My pen has been broken. Gold had been stolen. In above sentence the wor …
asked Jul 6 '15 by user4084
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What is the meaning of below sentnece using would? But the baby's disappearance would fox police for days. for contex please read. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Delhi-teen-kills-2-y …
asked Jun 18 '15 by user4084
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I found specially in spoken english speaker omits Is and are. Is there any specific grammar rule for this? E.g. Are you ok? And You ok? You are always busy. And You always busy. You are writing …
asked Jul 26 '17 by user4084
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Is the below sentence is correct? "This home loan which I was paying is closed now. It was closed on 31st Aug 2015. I am no more paying EMIs for it now." In above sentence "It was closed on 31st …
asked Oct 15 '15 by user4084
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Is there any difference in meaning between the two sentences below? I did call him And I called him Both of the above sentences are in past tense. Please help me understand the difference …
asked May 8 '15 by user4084

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