Sentence Usage?
My dad's friend turned and burst into laughter. Shouldn't it be bursted ? Why...
"It Needs To Be Cleaned" Or "It Needs...
A friend has mentioned that I "talk funny". When asked what he meant, he gave me...
Tenses Confusion 1?
Okay, here's some confusion I'm having with tenses: Suppose John invited a friend...
Mixes Of Tenses?
Hi, I have provided an example below where my friend borrowed a dvd of me for...
Could Anybody Point Out Errors, Please...
I have written this story to get practice on Past tense. i am weak at english Tense...
I Told You?
1. I don't know if I told you this or not but I hurt myself cooking. Or I'm not...
Aspect And Tense In This Sentence?
I will drive to yours later if my friend isn't offended that I will have ditched...
When One Past Perfect Is Enough/Correct...
Hi. Would you say we normally use one past perfect tense in a sentence, whether...
I Don't Understand Why.. Help Me, Plz...
Choose the one that is NOT grammatically correct. 1. My friend coughed for more...
Frieda, My Imaginary Friend :)
This is my first post on the forum. It isn't a question, but the poem that got me...
Present Perfect Tense?
I just started work yesterday and my friends are asking what I've been doing at...
Verb Tenses?
Hi, I'm talking to a friend and I say: I've told you about McDonad's, KFC...
Please Help, Which One Is Correct?
Hi, I am confused about the following sentences. Situation: If I am walking down...
Which Is The Correct Verb Tense?
I've provided my answers to the following exercise questions. Please let me know...
Is This A Correct Sentence?
Hello, again. I have 9 questions this time. Brace for impact. QUESTION 1: I have...
Using Past And Present Tenses In One Sentence...
Hello to All, is the following sentence is correct gramaticaaly: Nobody told...
What's Wrong With These Sentences?
What's wrong with these sentences? 1. Adjective clauses "My friend who lives over...
Going Prior To A Past Perfect Scene?
When what I think is a situation of revisiting the prior moments of past perfect...
Which One Is Correct?
My friend told me that they are both grammatically correct and refer to the same...
The Progressive Form For The Future.
Dear friends in this site. Which of the following is NOT grammatically correct...