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15406

Re: go to school for studying ???

Exercise is helpful. Thank you very much again, Ann English teacher.
honeybadger228@gmail.com
May 23
#15406
 
15405

Re: go to school for studying ???

Thank you very much, Ann English teacher. I understand the usage of them.
honeybadger228@gmail.com
May 23
#15405
 
15404

Re: go to school for studying ???

... Yes. They were bad pupils and did not go to learn. “The” school means “the one place we are talking about”. “School” means all schools or the
Ann.English
May 23
#15404
 
15403

Re: go to school for studying ???

... These sentences are okay: They went to the school to fight (to cause trouble) They went to the School of Engineering (to University to study) They went to
Ann.English
May 23
#15403
 
15402

reduce and decrease

Which is better, among the sentences below ? 1) If you always pay attention to a smartphone, chances of talking to others will be reduced. 2) If you always pay
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May 21
#15402
 
15401

Re: go to school for studying ???

I looked into the difference of "to ~" and "for ~" and reached the conclusion that the sentence below is wrong, even if there is "the" in front of
honeybadger228@gmail.com
May 21
#15401
 
15400

Re: go to school for studying ???

Revision Is the sentence below OK ? They went to the school for fighting.(They=motorcycle gang)
honeybadger228@gmail.com
May 21
#15400
 
15399

Re: go to school for studying ???

I've got that the sentence below is queer. "They go to school for studying." Is the sentence below is OK ? They go to the school for fighting.(They=motorcycle
honeybadger228@gmail.com
May 21
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15398

Re: go to school for studying ???

Your answer is unexpected and very helpful. Thank you Ann English teacher.
honeybadger228@gmail.com
May 21
#15398
 
15397

Re: go to school for studying ???

... I use A but not B or C. I could say D) Schools are for study (not for conflict or romance). E) Schools are for studying in (not for fighting in, or falling
Ann.English
May 21
#15397
 
15396

go to school for studying ???

Are the sentence A,B,C correct ? I think A,B are correct, but C is strange to native speaker of English. A) They go to school to study. B) They go to
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May 21
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15395

Re: A vs an before acronyms

... ** It’s not an every-day grammar rule, or a never-written rule, just a natural way (an actual way) of speaking. That sentence I just wrote would sound
Ann.English
May 8
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15394

A vs an before acronyms

Hi, A little question about the use of the articles *a* or *an* before acronyms. Should I use the same rule for the substantives in general? A specific case is
Thiago Nascimento
May 8
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15393

File - ReminderLetter.txt

Hi everyone, This letter is a monthly reminder for everyone in EngFor. Please sign your posts and clean them up before you send them. By "cleaning up", I mean
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Apr 30
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15392

Re: Dificulties with Grammarly

... Ann: Okay. Say “. . . for several large tested numbers.” or “. . . for several of the large tested numbers." For good style, I say "The
Ann.English
Apr 28
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