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I am very confused regarding use of above mentioned three situations.Where and when should i use these 3 sentences - please explain me

  • You haven't provided sentences—only phrases. Depending on the actual sentences, different phrases would be appropriate. – Jason Bassford Feb 7 at 18:49
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    I'm flagging this as off-topic ("belongs on ELL"). Hi Adina, you may not be aware that this EL&U site is for "linguists, etymologists, and serious English language enthusiasts", whereas your question is probably more suited to our other site English Language Learners. If you have a question for ELL, be sure to read their guidance on what you can ask. :-) – Chappo Feb 7 at 23:26

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