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Hi teachers,

1. My toe is hurt and blood is spoiling. Is this natural to say, If wrong please do correct it.

2. I did this work without any kind of support or I did this work without any support.

3. Another/other girl was sitting there.

4. To whom you are married? and Whom you are married to? Are they both correct here?

5. I failed to complete my degree. Is it natural to say this or I should say, I could not complete my degree.

6. He is leaving her to their house.

7. If i keep gold in bank, they will give me money for less interest.

Thanks.
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1. My toe is hurt and bleeding.
2. I did this work without any kind of support or I did this work without any support.-- Both OK.
3. Another/The other girl was sitting there.
4. To whom are you married? Who are you married to?-- Both OK as amended. 'Whom...to' is a mixed form that is poor style.
5. I failed to complete my degree. I could not complete my degree.-- Both OK.
6. He is leaving her at their house.-- ? I am not sure what you meant to say.
7. If I keep gold in the bank, they will lend me money for lower interest.
He is leaving her at their house.-- ? I am not sure what you meant to say.

It means boyfriend leaving his girlfriend at her house(his girl friends house). So can I say, He is leaving her at their house.

Thank you.
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shravanmmHe is leaving her at their house.-- ?... It means boyfriend leaving his girlfriend at her house(his girl friends house). So can I say, He is leaving her at their house.
You haven't explained anything, sorry: you have just repeated it. His girlfriend is remaining at her own house, and he is going somewhere else alone?
Sorry for not explaining clearly sir,

Here is the context, girlfriend and boyfriend go on a date, they will be back in the evening and boyfriend leaves his girlfriend at their house and he will go to his home.

So can i say, He is leaving her at their house.

Thank you so much.
The girlfriend and he live together, but he is going to where his parents live?
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Hi sir,

Girlfriend is living with her parents and boyfriend is living with his parents. They both are lovers, they go on a date, after the date he drops her at their home and he returns to his home.

Thank you.
shravanmm, after the date he drops her at their home and he returns to his home.
Aha! Precisely what I would suggest: He is dropping her off at her house.
Thanks for replying but one last question.

Is it wrong to say He is leaving her at their house instead of He is dropping her off at her house.

Thank you so much.

Shravan.
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