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comment Grammatically incorrect sentence?
@AkshatGoel That's where we are wrong then..
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comment Grammatically incorrect sentence?
@Kris Thanks for the link...always want to learn and contribute..
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comment Grammatically incorrect sentence?
@Kris Failed to get you..what do you mean by "ELL"?
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comment Grammatically incorrect sentence?
oh my god..what a silly mistake it iss...!!
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comment Why does “I ain't doing nothing” translate to “I am doing nothing”?
@BarrieEngland: Just correct me if I am wrong. We can't have "nothing" in negative sentence. "Anything" is much suitable.Am I right?
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answered How to avoid past/future tense?
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comment Is there any difference between “He won't do something” and “He wouldn't do something”?
@J.R. Nice explanation of my answer..even when there is nothing to explain in it..
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comment Is there any difference between “He won't do something” and “He wouldn't do something”?
@yaa110: You are mistaken with the sentence "I insisted he came to the party but he won't accept." It must be as "I insisted him to come to the party but he had not accepted it."
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answered Is there any difference between “He won't do something” and “He wouldn't do something”?