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1) I'm "IN" or "AT" the town.
2) What "WAS" the homework in the class "ON" Tuesday??

3) Did teacher give any homework in the class "ON" Tuesday??
4) Study well and "PASS WII YOU" or "PASS" with a prize.

5) Before "I COME" or "I"M COMING" this week can't I do any homework without the note??
6) "You get well soon." or "You will get well soon."

7) Are you a sober?? (I meant, "drunk" )
8) I'll mail you the document "AS SOON" or "AS SOON AS" I go home.
9) An small insect "HAD" or "HAS" bitten near my eye.
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It would be clearer if you did not capitalize and quote the words. Just write normally and let us correct what is wrong or advise you.

1. Both are possible in different contexts.
4. Please repost this sentence with normal type; I do not understand what you have written.
5. 'Before I come'
6. 'Get well soon" or 'You will get well soon'. The first is a wish; the second is a doctor's opinion.
7. Please re-write; I do not understand your concern. 'Sober' is an adjective, however.
8. 'as soon as'
9. A small insect had/has....

The others are OK.
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1) Can you give me some examples for "I'm in the town." and "I'm at the town."
4) I wanted to say, "Study hard and pass the exam with a rank." --> Is this way correct??
7) I wanted to ask, "Are you a drunker??" --> Is this way correct??
9) If a small insect had bitten near my eye, when someone asked "what happened to you?" Then can I use both these sentences? "A small insect had bitten me." and "A small insect has bitten me."
What is the different here in the words "had" and "has"??
1) Can you give me some examples for "I'm in the town." and "I'm at the town." I am in the town now; I arrived at the town from Chicago Tuesday.

4) Study hard and pass the exam with a good score.

7) "Are you a drunkard??"

9) If a small insect had bitten near my eye, when someone asked "what happened to you?" Then can I use both these sentences? "A small insect had bitten me." and "A small insect has bitten me."-- Both are possible in different contexts.

What is the different here in the words "had" and "has"??-- 'Had' is used for past perfect: its use requires at least another past event in the same context.
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