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Which is more grammatical? 1. He's probably not gonna be the person that completes me. 2. He's probably not the person that's gonna complete me. 3. He's probably not gonna be the person that's gonna to complete me. I know #3 probably doesn't sound ...
 
grammarfreak Personally, I would never say " My...
Neither would I, but that was not what the discussion was about, ...
 
fivejedjon but that was not what the discussion...
Then what is your point? Even though it wasn't the original question, but it stemmed from it subsequently. I really would like to see something written with "first loves" in context since you and GPY both seemed to conclude my believing "first ...
 Grammarfreak, you said yourself: "I'd like to agree with you that "first loves" as used in the context was correct".
I have said that an individual would not speak of more than one first love s/he had experienced.
I gave you this example of how I ...
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I quit smoking 4 years ago but can I say, "I have quit smoking"? And I have learned that there is a meaning difference between "I lost my wallet" and "I have lost my wallet", saying have lost implies that I do not have it now" and then if I have ...
 
Hans51 And I have learned that there is a...
I lost my wallet (past time) - you know you already lost your wallet sometime in the past and you haven't found it yet.
I have lost my wallet -Same scenario, but now when you are expressing with the present element in mind, you would say "I have ...
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Hi. What is a section entitled 'Testing your skills' supposed to be about? Thanks in advance
 
soheil1'self test's
I suppose that is similar.
soheil1and the like?
I don't know what that may be.
 
soheil1'self test's
A self-test is usually mechanical or electronic. A machine can perform a set of diagnostics; ie. test itself.
 You mean 'Testing your skills' is the only possible title for a section containing tests testing your skill level?
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what is the meaning of sentence " the four month extension of talk to halt Tehran's bid to make an atomic bomb is an indication of the positive if limited fallout from the historic late-2013 interim agreement.” I have problem in understanding the ...
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Suppose you know one girl before who was involved with a particular incident. later if somebody submit you in front of you and ask is this the same girl ? what should be your answer ? 1. Yes, this is she or 2. Yes, this is her tks.
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