Hi

Please have a look at these sentences and tell me if something's wrong with them.

1. What questions should we ask? Just any questions that you would like to ask another/the other person about his/her..... ---Should it be "another" or "the other"?

2. Only then did I start to learn it really well because I knew what I was doing this for.

3. What's most important for you in learning English? --is "in" OK?

4. Can you read IN English? Can you write IN English? --do I need to use "in"?

5. Have you ever been abroad and did you have to use English then? --is it possible to say: ....and have you had to use English then?

6. It's a country situated pretty close/closely to Australia. --"close" or "closely"?

7. I see nothing wrong about it/I see nothing bad about it. --is "about" OK?

Thanks
1. What questions should we ask? Just any questions that you would like to ask another person about his/her..... ---Should it be "another" or "the other"?

2. Only then did I start to learn it really well because I knew what I was doing this for. OK

3. What's most important for you in learning English? --is "in" OK? Yes

4. Can you read IN English? Can you write IN English? --do I need to use "in"? No, omit "in."

5. Have you ever been abroad and did you have to use English then? --is it possible to say: ....and have you had to use English then? No.
6. It's a country situated pretty close/closely to Australia. --"close" or "closely"? Close

7. I see nothing wrong about it/I see nothing bad about it. --is "about" OK? Usually, "wrong with it" and "bad about it" but depending on the context you could see either "with" or "about" used in either example. Unfortunately no good examples occur to me at the moment.
RayH1. What questions should we ask? Just any questions that you would like to ask another person about his/her..... ---Should it be "another" or "the other"?

2. Only then did I start to learn it really well because I knew what I was doing this for. OK

3. What's most important for you in learning English? --is "in" OK? Yes

4. Can you read IN English? Can you write IN English? --do I need to use "in"? No, omit "in."

5. Have you ever been abroad and did you have to use English then? --is it possible to say: ....and have you had to use English then? No.

6. It's a country situated pretty close/closely to Australia. --"close" or "closely"? Close

7. I see nothing wrong about it/I see nothing bad about it. --is "about" OK? Usually, "wrong with it" and "bad about it" but depending on the context you could see either "with" or "about" used in either example. Unfortunately no good examples occur to me at the moment.

Hi Ray

When could I use "the other" then?

Why "have you had" is wrong? I think I can say: Have you had a good time?

Thank you very much for your help!