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1. If I want to write something as a title. Which one is correct?
"On the use of the present simple" or "In the use of the present simple"
Check the mistake and grammar:
1. She hasn't seen her family for three years now. (Is it correct? )
2. The singer ended the concert with her most popular song. (Do we use "with or "by"?)
3. I wish you could help me what I should do in this difficult situation. (Is it correct? )
4. Who was the first person reached the South pole? (Is it correct? )
5. Paper is often made of wood. (Do we use "of" or "from" or "by"?)
6. She gives her children everything what they want. (Do we use "what" or "that"?)
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1. "On the use of the present simple" or "In the use of the present simple" In
Check the mistake and grammar:
1. She hasn't seen her family for three years now. (Is it correct? ) ok
2. The singer ended the concert with her most popular song. (Do we use "with or "by"?) with her most popular song - or 'by singing her most popular song'.
3. I wish you could help me what I should do in this difficult situation. (Is it correct? ) You are missing a word - 'help me know/understand/realise/work out' for example
4. Who was the first person reached the South pole? (Is it correct? ) No, to reach
5. Paper is often made of wood. (Do we use "of" or "from" or "by"?) from - 'of' could apply if the object was still wooden, but paper isn't.
6. She gives her children everything what they want. (Do we use "what" or "that"?) that
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Hi Nona,

Is "now" required in the first sentence?
It is isn't required, no, but it's ok. It sounds conversational.