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Can you please tell me which you'd say?

WHICH vs WHO



  • Which girl do you think is the prettiest? / Who do find (the) prettiest?


BE LISTENING vs LISTEN




  • She’s not supposed to be listening to music a work./She not supposed to listen to music at work.


USED vs WOULD



  • This song used to come after/would come after that song. They are no longer in order.


FOR vs ON



  • These last couple of months have been hard for/on me.


DOING vs DO



  • I don’t him seeing me doing/do that.


How would you say these 2 sentences please?



  • I told him how in love with him I am./how I’m in love with him.



  • Its hard for me not to be rude./ It takes a lot of effort for me not to be rude.


Thank you
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she's not supposed to listen (to be listening to)

used to come (some used would, but I don't)

hard for me (hard on me: they have made me weak)

I don't like him seeing me do that

I told him how much I am in love with him
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  • Which girl do you think is the prettiest? / Who do find (the) prettiest?

  • She not supposed to listen to music at work.

  • This song used to come after that song. They are no longer in order.

  • These last couple of months have been hard for/on me. (I'd say both but with a slight difference in meaning. Let's wait for a native speaker to judge it.)


  • I don’t like him seeing me doing/do that. (Both are possible, I guess, but with a difference in meaning. In most cases it would be "do", though.) [I assumed you meant 'like'; I think that it would be better to say: I don't like it when he sees me do/doing that]


  • I told him how I’m in love with him.

  • It's hard for me not to be rude./ It takes a lot of effort for me not to be rude.
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