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I know that we usually write at the start of our answer this sentence. "These are the types or factors of something". Could we write this sentence at the end of the answer. ?Or should we write "these …
asked Jul 15 by Aiman Khan
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E.g when two persons are talking together, the most common communication are 1.that's good/nice/true 2.how will you find this man/how do you know this ? IN BOTH THE SENTENCES THE SPEAKER RELATES THE P …
asked Feb 14 by Aiman Khan
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What should I say to my child? Mama, tell/recite/read any poem which you remember or learn. Please, tell me here which word is more appropriate.
asked Sep 25 by Aiman Khan
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Two people talking about a man which is not present at that moment. One of them said how will you find this man? Why did the people use this instead of that?
asked Apr 29 by Aiman Khan
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Sometime we use "to" after “went down” and sometime not, for example, Went down the garden vs went down to the garden Can you explain me when to use to with an example please?
asked Jul 12 by Aiman Khan
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to word/sentence/clause mentioned, e.g, "Will you be present at this enquiry?" (where this refers to the enquiry about which we are talking); or "How will you find this man?" (where this is a man who is not present at the moment). So what is the actual difference between them in this content?? …
asked Jul 23 by Aiman Khan
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E.g a teacher asked to the students"what did you yerterday?"then one by one students answered the teacher.after that the teacher said" I baked cookies yesterday "" I brought the cookies for you" then …
asked Feb 17 by Aiman Khan
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If somebody call me,after hey hello,what should I say , 1.what was the reason of your call? OR 2. What is the reason of your call?
asked Mar 1 by Aiman Khan
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Which one is correct? You is the indirect object here. We usually use indirect object after verb (without preposition) when we use the direct object after indirect object or when we don't use direct …
asked Jul 7 by Aiman Khan
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Which one is correct of or for. May Allah make you an obedient child for/of your parents. Any answer will be appreciated
asked Apr 10 by Aiman Khan
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I rely on you (temporary). Final match relies on a superover (not always but this final). I know that depend is a stative verb. As rely is very similar to depend, is rely also a stativ …
asked Jul 14 by Aiman Khan
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For and to are both confusing preposition in English.As I know we use to with moving verbs and for with stative verb. For example, give a pen to ayesha. This pen is for Ayesha. But It's like a dream …
asked Aug 30 by Aiman Khan
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Usually people say, "Which is your favourite show?" and "Which color is this?" But some people also say, "What is your favourite show?" and, "What color is this?" Can you tell me what is the usage o …
asked Apr 11 by Aiman Khan
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For example: don't be aggressive don't being aggressive Could you tell me which one is used in which situation?
asked Feb 24 by Aiman Khan
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: He is kind/good/generous to me. He is kind/good/generous with me. What is the difference between these two sentences? …
asked Sep 30 by Aiman Khan

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