After speaking with the Council, Tasslehoff used the Device again to bring Gerard, the silver dragon Mirror, and the knight Odila Windlass to the place where the Dark Queen had imprisoned the metallic dragons: the moon.
|Philip Many would say that a comma is enough. I rather like the colon here. I see the colon as [ = ]. .."the place where the Dark Queen.....dragons" = the moon.|Notorioz
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Hello all, please check the sentences below and correct if there are mistakes. 1) A-He has been through too much B-So , He claims to have been through too much. 2) Do you remember me? We were talking to each other 2 years ago. 3)We were doing our ...
|Anonymous 2) We talked to each other two years ago.|
3) We had been doing our homework... when he came.
6) .....a great time.
|av abhishiek Thanks I came across this in the net|
a simple rule:
doubt that is used for negative contexts or questions:
There is no doubt that ....., there never was any doubt that.....Is there any doubt that ......?
doubt if (or doubt whether) should be used for ...
av abhishieka simple ruleYou can use that rule if you wish; it will do no harm. But many speakers use 'doubt that' in both situations.
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Hi! i have a little trouble with something. usually i write "did said", i know now that it's wrong but always after DID the next verb is in present?? what about when you put HAD?? thanks
Anonymous i have a little trouble with something.First of all, it is necessary to remind everyone that this is a forum about learning correct English. Therefore participants should at least make an attempt to follow the rules, and in writing the first rule is capitalize the first word in a ...
usually i write "did said", i know now that it's wrong but always...what about when you put HAD??
Anonymousalways after DID the next verb is in...It may look like the present tense to you, but it is not. It is the plain form of the verb that is found in dictionaries. It's also called the base form and the infinitive without to.
Which form of the verb you use depends on the verb before it.
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