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Apr
14
asked A grammar rule (Present perfect)
Mar
28
comment Modal verbs (must or to have to)
I am using Raymond Murphy English Grammar in Use. And I also read on a forum 'The theory is that 'have to' refers to outside command or necessity while 'must' refers to inward compulsion, one's own feeling of necessity.' One of the answers to my question.
Mar
28
asked Modal verbs (must or to have to)
Mar
12
accepted Present perfect or simple past
Mar
12
comment Present perfect or simple past
I just remebred that is is always better to use simple past after 'when'.
Mar
12
asked Present perfect or simple past
Feb
18
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
15
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
5
awarded  Yearling
Oct
19
asked What grammar structure is “having + [verb]-ed”?
Oct
2
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
18
accepted How is 'get' being used in these sentences?
Sep
18
comment How is 'get' being used in these sentences?
How should I choose the right verb? Sometimes 'get' is used and sometimes 'have'.
Sep
18
comment How is 'get' being used in these sentences?
Hmmm, the structures of my sentences are different than those in the related post.
Sep
18
asked How is 'get' being used in these sentences?
Sep
16
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
So 'enough' either enables you to do something or prevents you from doing something(as in this example; We didn't go out to dinner after the show; the tickets to the play were expensive enough.), but I don't see how 'far enough' means that 'it is not too far, I can walk'.
Sep
16
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
I am very grateful to those who voted for my question to be reopened.
Sep
16
accepted Too X, X enough, enough X
Sep
16
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
Thank you very much, David :).
Sep
15
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
Thanks a lot, StoneyB.