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1. Before you come on Thursday, revise all the things that you have learnt up to now. Because teacher told us on Thursday we have to do our writing test, which marks will applicable for our final pass grade.

2. "See you on the class. " OR "See you at the class."
3. "How do you got my number?" OR "How did you get my number?"

4. Can we say, "My weekend was terrible."
5. Can we say, "Till what time you are praying in the morning?"

6. "I'm Wondering how you got it." OR "I wonder how you got it."
7. Difference between, "On time." and "In time."
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AvidlearnerI did not say that using -ing is incorrect. i also use -ing after these verbs in different situations. But this rule exists in English Grammar.
You said, "We do not use -ing after some verbs." That is what I responded to.

There is no rule anywhere that you cannot use wondering, thinking, feeling, etc.
dilshi1. Before you come on Thursday, revise all the things that you have learnt up to now, because the teacher has told us on Thursday we have to do our writing test that we have to do our writing test on Thursday, which marks will applicable for count towards our final pass grade.

2. "See you on the class. " OR "See you at the class."

3. "How do you got my number?" OR "How did you get my number?"

4. Can we say, "My weekend was terrible." Yes, we can.

5. Can we say, "Till what time you are praying in the morning?" I'm not sure about this one; I'd say: Till what time in the morning will you be praying?

6. "I'm Wondering how you got it." OR "I wonder how you got it." Both are possible.

7. Difference between, "On time." and "In time." On time: at the specified time, neither late nor early. In time: within a period of time; not exceeding a time boundary.
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I always use Grammar books written by Native writers (UK / USA). most of writers mentioned this rule.
AvidlearnerI always use Grammar books written by Native writers (UK / USA). most of writers mentioned this rule.
What rule?
'Do not -ing rule'
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Avidlearner'Do not -ing rule'
It's not a rule, it's a tendency with thinking and/or feeling verbs.
If you have a book that claims, "We do not use -ing after some verbs. Some examples are: Feel, Think, Wonder, Desire, Worry, Agree etc", throw the book away. That is incorrect information.
tmnt53: told that,

1. Revise all things you have learnt because "we are having a" writing test on Thursday, whose mark will affect our graduation mark. Is this way wrong other than saying "we have to do a...."
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