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accepted Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
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comment Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
Thank you a lot.
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comment Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
Thank you for the reply. Now I understand the structure of the sentence. I only don't fully understand the meaning. The goal is learning, rather than the goal is knowing how to read (acquired by leaning). Right?
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revised Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
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comment Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
@BillFranke, yes, it was my fix.
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comment Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
I just missed comma after Noah so it sounded like he fixed. But I was just addressing him, like: Noah, I fixed the sentence ... my apologies.
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revised Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
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revised Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
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asked Why is present continuous used in “A key goal is learning to read”?
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comment Should simple present “get” be used here, and why?
Thanks for your replies, but maybe you can advise me, is the "English Grammar In Use" is the best source to learn English grammar? Because I always used only this book and now I'm thinking, maybe there is a better one?
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accepted Should simple present “get” be used here, and why?
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asked Should simple present “get” be used here, and why?