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I feel i can make mistake but i write it down anyway.
Example's abbreviation is eg not ex bro .
Mistakes, bro. And the same as writing, speaking needs to be practiced a lot, too. I am searching for someone who wants to speak. Would you like to ?
Same difference. Anyway, it's been fixed. Thanks.
The abbreviation of example is e.g.
Speaking needs to be practised a lot. And the same goes for writing / ....the same rule applied to writing.
Yours is American English bro. Mine is Bristist.
Your English is American's, bro. Mine is British's.
Note: Yours, mine, hers, theirs... are possessive pronouns, while your, my, her, his, their.... are possessive determiners.
A possessive pronoun is used to indicate the same type of thing (English) that has just been mentioned but belongs to someone else.
"Practise" is a verb (to practise); "practice" is a noun.
See this page.
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'Beautiful' should be replaced with 'good', because it's usually used for a female.
You're right. To practice means the same as to practise, used in American English. My apology.
I think that 'beautiful' is a little bit more powerful than 'good' and can be used for both male and female. Can you show me the proof to prove what you said?
I am very happy to know such a gentle father. He is so so beautiful!
By the way, anybody want to have some fun? I know a funny game that we can fight against each other. About grammar and spell.
I used the word "usually" in my sentence, and it isn't the same as "always". A Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link is a very handsome man, but I'm not sure, he has a kind heart.
Ah, have you ever used English in your work, before?
Beautiful I mentioned is different than what you said. I mean the beauty inside.
The word "beautiful" I mentioned (used) is different from what you said. I meant the beauty inside. Or
I use the word "beautiful" in a way that is different from most people. I mean the beauty inside.
The adjective "different" takes preposition "from" or "to".
E.g. The meeting was different from any that had gone before.
His message is very little different to theirs.
The word "than" is used to link two parts of a comparison.
E.g. She was older than I was.
My father is taller than I.
I'm happier than I've ever been.
@Tieuhoatdau, please correct my posts, if you find out something wrong. Thanks first!
Gladly, if I see something that is too grammatically wrong.
....if you find / see something wrong. Thanks in advance [*].
[*] Used to thank someone before he / she actually does what you request from him /her (a bit informal).
More polite (and more formal) alternatives:
Thank you for any help you can provide.
Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.
If you want to imply the "inside beauty", I think, you should write in more clever / cleverer way, e.g "You have a beautiful heart". Your existing way is used for appearance beauty only.
Have someone want to have an English battle with me ? I am looking foward to having fun with you
So am I!
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