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Are both acceptable? Thanks, Fulvio. 1. I didn't see that song in the list. 2. I didn't see that song on the list.
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Hi! Is dice an uncountable noun? Thanks, Fulvio 1. Throw the 2 dice.
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"The holiday kicks off on Thursday, but most people have already started their break on Wednesday, with about 85-thousand people to leave the country." I have learned that with O adjective, present participle, past participle and preposition phrase ...
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When did he think he would be able to climb up the mountain? Please correct the sentence.
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Someone is talking about how an accident which has resulted in her hospitalization at the moment. Which of the following sentences is correct? 1. 'I had a skiing accident. I BROKE my leg." 2. 'I had a skiing accident. I HAVE BROKEN my leg." A langua ...
 You can use either of those; however, "I've broken my leg" would be the norm in conversation.
(1) focuses on the past event; (2) focuses on the present result.
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I I don't think present perfect is the right tense in this context because if he legs were indeed broken in two sections and put in the cast; even though he said that in his hospital bed, it should be: "I had a skiing accident...I broke my legs ...
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