What is the difference between "has to be" and "is to be"? This is the example sentence: In case a diarization is desired, a proper XYZ algorithm is/has to be used. I would like to point out, that ...
Which is the correct way of saying this in English? I haven't got any money. I don't have any money. If both are correct, which is the difference between them?
Which of the following is correct or better? Can they both be used? I'm not making any sense, am I? I'm not making any sense, do I?
I have noticed a lot of people use of instead of have, for example: "that must of been really annoying". Is this correct?
My daughter is in an 5th grade English class in Germany with a teacher who teaches British English. The teacher asked what is the correct response to Do they have some? My daughter, who has ...
When should I say "She is gone", and when should I say "She has gone" (and why)? I think that when I mean "She went away and she's still there", it should be "She has gone". Are there exceptions ...
Which of the following is correct? I will dance and sing at the concert tonight. I will dance and will sing at the concert tonight. Does it happen with to, too? For example: I ...
When someone asks whether you have completed a task e.g. shopping, dinner. What should be your answer? I am done. or I have done. To me, the former sentence's formation, Sub + VBe+ Past ...
What is the difference between I play and I do play? For example: If someone were to ask to me, do you play soccer?