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 if needed - OK but not great
if need - impossible
if need be - OK
If you need to - OK
CJ
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Which part does he say? This is an example sentence from the dictionary: "She says he is a liar, and if so, he will be fired." Which part of the sentence does she say? All of the later part? "He is a liar, and if so, he will be fired." Or, only this part? "He is ...
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Hello, Is it odd to use at the moment in the context below: - Do you have a girlfriend? -No, I am single at the moment. It wouldn't strike me as odd, but it might be. What do you think?
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Are all adjectives correct and common in the following sentence? 1. In spite of what history has taught us, most of us mistakenly believe that freedom is as (. ) as air and water. 1. common 2. easy to gain 3. easily accessible 4. available
  I see. You're right! I'll do that;-) Thank you very much again:-)
 
teacherJapan'Choosing the best nouns has always...
Nouns?  ...
 
teacherJapanfreedom is as (. ) as air and water
common (or commonplace) and ordinary both sound OK to me.
CJ
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 What is your question, please?
 
Anonymous Present perfect tense
= have or has plus the past participle
What about it?
CJ
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