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Hi,

Can you tell me if these two words have a same meaning in these sentences, please?

Also are they proper and natural English I wonder?


How is your state/status of your health?

What is the state/status of the car? ( I mean a condition of the car)


Cheers.

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Can I use these words as a condition I wonder?

How is state/status of your house?

John AkiHow is your state/status of your health?

Neither possibility is good. It would be better as How is your health?

John AkiWhat is the state/status of the car? ( I mean a condition of the car)

In that case you need state.

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Hi Sir,

Can you tell me if I am correct in these sentences of the meaning, please?


I called my mum this morning for help.

I work for the company, it is called Toyota. (Make sense, it is called. Passive voice)

I call him Tony. (He will still call Tony tomorrow)

I work for the company call Toyota. (It will still call Toyota tomorrow)


Thanks.