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comment This, that and it for non-material objects
Alright. Is there a precise, definite rule about using "this, that, it" with non-material objects?
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comment This, that and it for non-material objects
why are you using "would", "may"? Is this implying that, in fact, in can be said differently ("that", "it", "this") and you are not sure?
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comment This, that and it for non-material objects
so there is no rule about that except only a feeling of when to them?
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comment This, that and it for non-material objects
@tchrist, there is nothing about "it" there.
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comment One vs someone, can be used interchangeably?
I didn't do that. what's FF?
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comment One vs someone, can be used interchangeably?
@FumbleFingers One means "me" (Alex)?
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comment One vs someone, can be used interchangeably?
@FumbleFingers, can you please give me example?
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comment There is (are) + countable plural nouns
@RegDwigh—ā, get a grip, I don't have a teacher. But I listen to a native speaker who uses those phrases or some of them.
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revised There is (are) + countable plural nouns
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