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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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1)The air won't directly on her OR direct?(why)?

2)If you smock your eyes would turn into yellow OR with out into?

3)She also takes care of him.

4)It happened to me only one time since the last visit.

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bassa1)The air won't directly on her OR direct?(why)?
I don't understand this one. Do you mean:

1) Adjust the vent so the air won't blow directly on her.
bassa2)If you smock your eyes would turn into yellow OR with out into?
By "smock," do you mean the old-fashioned craft of needlework where the fabric is gathered up by stitching in a pattern? Typically this is used for little girls' dresses.
I've never hear of eyes turning yellow except if you have a condition called "jaundice"

bassa3)She also takes care of him.
Fine.
bassa4)It happened to me only one time since the last visit.
Fine. You can also say:
4)It happened to me only once since the last visit.
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On number 2 I ment smook.

1)I have a book in my backpack.

2)Are you going all the wy up here OR we add to before here?

3)It is getting darker OR dark?(why)
If you smoke your eyes will turn yellow.
bassa1)I have a book in my backpack.
Fine.
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2)Are you going all the wy up here OR we add to before here?
Are you going all the way up there? (Going to a place far away.)
Are you going all the way up to there? (Going to a place far away and going no further.)

Are you coming all the way up here? (Coming to the point where I am now.)
bassa3)It is getting darker OR dark?(why)
3)It is getting darker. ( The light is fading - For example, suppose you are in the movie theater and they are dimming the lights. You notice that it is darker than when you came in.)
3)It is getting dark. (It is becoming difficult to see because there is not much light.)
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1)When we use very quickly and when we use very quick?(why)

2)He always uses a why in his sentences.

3)Don't let her raise her legs up for a long time OR with out Up?

4)The belt is broken off OR with out off?

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bassa1)When we use very quickly and when we use very quick?(why)
Quickly is an adverb. It describes the action in the sentence and answers the question how? or how much?

He eats very quickly. (How does he eat?)

Quick is an adjective. It describes someone or something. (What is he like?)

The cat is very quiet and quick. (What is the cat like?)
She can move quickly to catch a mouse. (How does the cat move?)

When we say words very quickly, we are hard to understand.
bassa2)He always uses a why in his sentences.
OK.
bassa3)Don't let her raise her legs up for a long time OR with out Up?

She can't keep her legs raised for very long.

Raise your legs up to do this yoga exercise.
bassa4)The belt is broken off OR with out off?
Broken off - means that a piece has separated from the main part.
The end of the belt where the buckle is has broken off.

Broken - it is in two or more pieces. The belt is broken.


The light bulb broke off from its base.

The chain is broken.
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1)Why we don't use up in the first picture?

2)Most of his body's part is injured. if it was generally we would not put 's,right?

3)An example of an artwork OR wihout (an) before artwork?

4)We have weekend tomorrow OR with (a) before weekend?

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bassa1)Why we don't use up in the first picture?
You can, but it is not necessary. "raised" always implies "up"
Raise the curtains (up). - Up can be used, but it is not needed.

Lower the shade (down).
bassa2)Most of his body's part is injured. if it was generally we would not put 's,right?
The sentence is not correct.
"Body part" is not used unless it is not attached to the body, for example, after a crash.
You can say:

He was gravely injured.
His arms and legs were broken.
He was burned over 50 percent of his body.
bassa3)An example of an artwork OR wihout (an) before artwork?
An example of a piece of art.
An example of a work of art.
The artwork of Italy in the Renaissance was extremely beautiful.
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4)We have weekend tomorrow OR with (a) before weekend?
The weekend begins tomorrow.
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1)can we say:tomorrow is weekend?

2)I have math homework we don't say we have a math homework because homework is a collective noune,right?

3)I saw you from inside the clinic OR I saw yo from the inside of the clinc?

I daw you from inside.

4)I still don't get it.Is that right?

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