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Could any one tell me what is the difference between American English language and British and Australian English Language?

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I have a prescription under the name "George."
I have a prescription under the name of George.

Both of these are okay. You do need "the" in front of "name."
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So,is it ok to put (the) before name?
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It's not only okay, but required.
1)Tear it of the paper towel Or we add (out) before paper towel?

2)You have to have your parents (signed) OR (signing) this paper?

3)We don't have a teacher today OR without (a) before teacher?

4)Fox 17's facebook page Or without ('s)?

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1)Tear it of the paper towel Or we add (out) before paper towel?

Tear a paper towel from/off the roll.

2)You have to have your parents (signed) OR (signing) this paper?
You have to have your parents sign this paper.

3)We don't have a teacher today. OR
We are without a teacher today.
Past:
We didn't have a teacher today.
We were without a teacher today.

4) Fox 17's facebook page.
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1)can you explain number 2 ?

2)They did not (used) OR (use) to have this.

3)News of channel 5 OR channel 5 news OR channel 5's news?

4)Please,turn this paper to your first period's teacher OR with out 's?

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bassa1)can you explain number 2 ?
It is a special meaning of the verb "have." Have does not mean to own or possess, but to "ask". There are a few other verbs that can be followed by a bare verb: dare, help, let, make

Don't you dare climb that tree!

Let me go!
Have them sign the permission slip.
Help me clean the table.
My brother made me do it!

Some verbs can be followed by an infinitive phrase: (permit, help, ask, remember, forget, etc.)

Permit me to introduce myself.
I allowed him to unlock the gate.
I asked him to do my homework.

Help me (to) carry the packages.
I remembered to bring the milk.
bassa2)They did not (used) OR (use) to have this.


Used to does not change (habitual action in the past)

We used to go to the movies once a week.
I used to eat ice cream.
bassa3)News of channel 5 OR channel 5 news OR channel 5's news?
channel 5 news
OR
news on channel 5
bassa4)Please,turn this paper to your first period's teacher OR with out 's?
4)Please turn this paper to your first period teacher.
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1)I want my hair to be Mohawk OR with (a) before Mohawk?(why)

I want it Mohawk.

2)Tomorrow I will be at your hoe at 8:oo am.

3)Here the fun part comes.

4) (in) or (at) the end he wrote a book.

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bassa1)I want my hair to be Mohawk OR with (a) before Mohawk?(why)
I want it Mohawk.
I want my hair cut in a Mohawk (style).
Mohawk is the name of a hair style.
bassa2)Tomorrow I will be at your hoe at 8:oo am.
2)Tomorrow I will be at your house at 8:oo am.
bassa3)Here the fun part comes.
3)Here the fun part comes. OR
Here comes the fun part.
bassa4) (in) or (at) the end he wrote a book.
4a) At the end of his life he wrote a book.
4b) He could not decide if he wanted to write a short story, a poem or a book. He thought about it for a long time, and in the end, he wrote a book.
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