Raj 33
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Short answers to questions with multiple auxiliary verbs
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I have just copy pasted the definition from the book "Oxford Guide to English Grammar". (Since that's a book, I can't give you a link, so I have copy pasted). I hope it will help you understand. ...

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Where is he vs where he is
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I have just copy pasted the definition from the book "Oxford Guide to English Grammar" for your reference. I hope it will help you. Indirect questions We can ask a question indirectly by ...

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Transitive verbs versus intransitive verbs
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I found this explanation in the book "Oxford Guide to English Grammar" After some transitive verbs we can leave out the object when it would add little or nothing to the meaning. My question is, ...

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Transitive verbs versus intransitive verbs
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I found this attachment in Google and it really helped me a lot to understand the transitive, intransitive, ditransitive, and resultative verbs: http://commons.cu-portland.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?...

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