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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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bassa1)can we say:tomorrow is weekend?
No. Because "tomorrow" is one day, and the "weekend" is two days. You can't say "one is two".
You can say: The weekend begins tomorrow.
bassa2)I have math homework. We don't say we have a math homework because homework is a collective noun, right?
Right!
bassa3)I saw you from inside the clinic OR I saw you from the inside of the clinc?
I daw you from inside.
I am sitting inside the clinic. I saw you from where I was, that is, inside the clinic.
I saw you from inside the clinic.
bassa4)I still don't get it.Is that right?
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1)This sentence is wrong,right?Whoever's fault this is I'm going to punish you all.It should be:whoever fault this is I'm going to punish you all,righ?

2)Oure school cafeteria serves a good food OR with out the ('s) added to school?(why)

3)It is my ipod headphone OR with ('s) added to ipod?(why)

4)He should be senior without (a) before senior,right?

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bassa1)This sentence is wrong,right?Whoever's fault this is I'm going to punish you all.It should be:whoever fault this is I'm going to punish you all,righ?
Tricky! The rules for "who" are:

Who is coming tomorrow? (subject case)

To whom are you going to send the flowers? (object case)

Whose glove is that on the floor? (possessive case)

OK? So now just add -ever to who! Except we do not write a double "e."

Who is coming tomorrow? Whoever wants to is welcome to come.
To whom are you going to send the flowers? I will sent them to whomever I like best.
Whosever glove is on the floor, please come and get it.

But for your sentence, I would prefer:
It doesn't matter whose fault it was, you all are going to be punished!
bassa2)Our school cafeteria serves good food OR with out the ('s) added to school?(why)
Food is a mass noun, so we do not put an "a" before it.
WIthout is one word.

You can use either "school" as possessive noun or as an adjective. Both forms are correct. The differences are minor.

Our school cafeteria will be closed tomorrow, so everyone has to bring their own lunch. (School describes cafeteria.)

This school's cafeteria serves good food.
That school's cafeteria does not. (School refers to a particular building - as it is preceeded by this or that.)
bassa3)It is my ipod headphone OR with ('s) added to ipod?(why)
I would use the 's. The headphone belongs with the ipod. They came together in one package. It can be attached or not.

This is my ipod's headphone.
bassa4)He should be senior without (a) before senior,right?
If you mean he is in 12th grade, then
He is a senior. He is in the senior class.
OR

Mrs. Smith is a senior (citizen). She gets a lot of discounts.
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I'm sorry.I'm asking a lot of questions.
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So,number one is correct without adding 's,right?

On number 3 is it ok to say it without 's ?It is an ipod headphone,is that right?

Number four is he should be a senior,right?(I don't realy get it very well)

1)Can I get it tomorrow is the same as can I get it by tomorrow,right?

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bassaSo,number one is correct without adding 's,right?
Correct, but you cannot use whoever. The possessive form whosever is correct. However, these old forms are a bit awkward and being less used, so you might hear people say whoever's.
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On number 3 is it ok to say it without 's ?It is an ipod headphone,is that right?
Yes, it's OK. You can use it with or without the 's.

That is my ipod's headphone. (You mean a specific ipod and a specific headphone. It is more common to use the 's.)

The ipod headphone is better than a cheap generic headphone you can buy separately. (You mean headphones and ipods in general. It is less common to use the 's.)
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Number four is he should be a senior,right?(I don't realy get it very well)
A senior is a person in the highest grade in the school, or a person who is 65 or older.

In a 4-year college here are the names:

Freshman - people in their first year
Sophomore - people in their second year
Junior - people in their third year
Senior - people in their fourth year.

High school uses junior and senior.

Even though I am a junior, my closest friends are seniors. They will graduate next year and go to college or get jobs. I will be a senior next year, but all my friends will be gone.
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1)Can I get it tomorrow is the same as can I get it by tomorrow,right?by the way it is right to use is the same as in this sentence,right?

2)do we have to add ing to the verb that comes after prefer and rather?

3)(We are going to the auditorium instead of advisory) and (we are going to the auditorium instead of going to advisory) are threy both correct and do we need to put (the) before advisory in each one?

4)When I pay to the casher and I want the rest of the money to be quarters. Is it right to say:I want the rest (in) OR (into) quarters?

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bassa1)Can I get it tomorrow is the same as can I get it by tomorrow,right?by the way it is right to use is the same as in this sentence,right?
Can I get it tomorrow?
This means that you are asking if you can go to the store and buy it tomorrow.

Can I get it by tomorrow?
THis means that you want to go to the store tonight and buy it so you will have it for tomorrow.
bassa2)do we have to add ing to the verb that comes after prefer and rather?
Prefer - You can add the infinitive or the gerund after prefer.

Infinitive:
I prefer to drink my tea hot.
I prefer to go to bed by 10:00.

Gerund:
I prefer exercising in the morning.
He prefers going to school early.

Would rather: Put a base verb after "would rather"
I would rather see the new movie than rent an old one.
bassa3)(We are going to the auditorium instead of advisory) and (we are going to the auditorium instead of going to advisory) are threy both correct and do we need to put (the) before advisory in each one?
"Advisory" must be a special name for a place in your school.

An advisory usually is a warning - the weather bureau issued a tornado advisory.

Anyway, I would put a "the" before it in your examples.
bassa4)When I pay to the casher and I want the rest of the money to be quarters. Is it right to say:I want the rest (in) OR (into) quarters?
in quarters.
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1)So,if i don't put the on number three is it still ok?

2)I need a pencil with an eraser OR without an before eraser?

3)When do we use difefrent and when do we use difference?

3)Can you change this dollar in quarters OR into quarters?

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1)So,if i don't put the on number three is it still ok?
No, but ask your teacher, since I have not seen "advisory" used to mean a place. Most of the time, when we talk about a physical place, we use "the."

We are going to the advisory.
We are going to the library.
We are going to the theater.
We are going to the store.
bassa2)I need a pencil with an eraser OR without an before eraser?
An eraser.
bassa3)When do we use different and when do we use difference?
Difference is a noun.(Use "the" before difference.)

Different is an adjective.

What is the difference between a bird and a fly?
(Answer) A bird can fly, but a fly can't bird.

I asked three different people that question and I got three different answers.
She wears a different dress every day.

The movie was different from what I expected.
bassa3)Can you change this dollar in quarters OR into quarters?
There are two ways to say this:

Can you change this dollar into quarters?
Can you give me change for this dollar in quarters?
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