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is this correct " my thoughts and prayers are with him/her"
in this sentence, who's the him/her? is he/she who was passed away?
thanks in advance
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i want to know that its correct to say someone my thoughts and prayers are with him/her""
Yes, that's fine. However, If you say that, it means you are referring to the dead person. You might also say, eg to his wife, my thoughts and prayers are with you. 'You' here refers to the wife. It depends on wther you want to focus on the living or the dead.
Best wishes, Clive
Pdk001in this sentence, who's the him/her? is he/she who was passed away?Yes.
i want to know that its correct to say someone "my thoughts and prayers are with him/her"
and i just got a question
in this sentence you have written
It depends on wther you want to focus on the living or the dead
can i use these idioms "either ~ or" or "neither ~ or" instead of "whether ~ or"?
thank you in advance
No, you can't substitute these.
Whether is used to introduce an indirect question and to express doubt or the possibility of choice.
eg Direct question: Do you want tea or coffee?
Indirect question: He asked whether I wanted tea or coffee.
Either and neither don't have this type of meaning.
Best wishes, Clive
Pdk001im sorryIf you are asking answer from Lazarus, he/she wouldn't answer because he/she woudn't know how to answer or what to answer. I hope you got an answer from forum experts. Cheers. My job on this forum is to identify who is good and who acts to be good.
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