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    I'll go to English School tomorrow kkk Now I'm learning English conversion from Native teacher
    4 years ago  
    Eveline Good luck wataru!
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    wataru Thank you ! Eveline
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    I need to make more listening practices I only understand half
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    5 years ago  
    Nancy 
    I'm dying!
    For a moment I thought it was something serious!!!
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    I was asking my friend why some words use s in the end when we are talking in simple present?
    I don't understand yet
    5 years ago  
    Hanna-Riikka I don't know why they do it in English but it happens only when using he/she/it pronouns. "I eat" vs. "She eats".
    5 years ago
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    Hii Okay so let's start the English mode kkk This Tuesday my teacher said to us (my friends and me) "you talk a lot" .. And I said "do you think?" Kkk and we laughed and she looked at me and repeated "you think"... gave a low chuckle and asked if we were in doubt about something.
    She's so amazing...
    5 years ago  
    Ryan Hi! Welcome back~
    5 years ago
    Jio (Giovana) Thanks Oppa
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    I discussing with my sister about "ever after and forever" and i get new topic "being and become" my brain was full
    5 years ago  
    Uphuin 핀 I am too shy because my english
    5 years ago
    양 마리 Don't be you're doing very good
    I know how it feels..remember the valentines video? I thought my korean wasn't good, but ryan said i did well it's normal to feel like that, but your english is really good so far
    5 years ago
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    Hello English application wonderful to learn English, I've downloaded yesterday

    5 years ago  
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    This is so cute
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    i should learn english,,
    my english absolutely bad
    teach me please
    6 years ago  
    Selenne(셀레네) My English is bad too
    6 years ago
    Emmli You all have good English I am so jealous of people who speak more than one language.
    6 years ago
  9. Recommenders: Mika_ist08 other 2
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    Eveline  tongue twister
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    hahahahha that´s me

    7 years ago  
    Selenne(셀레네) Hola Judith me pongo nerviosa y por eso no se ni que decir .con los niños no tengo ningún problema
    7 years ago
    judith Sele ...cuando me pongo a cantar mientras hago otra cosa esta bien, pero cuando me hablan me agarra un bloqueo mental
    7 years ago
  11. Recommender: ryan
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    Examples of Verbs That Can Be Transitive and Intransitive
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    Some verbs can be transitive or intransitive, depending on how they are used in a sentence. To cheer is one example.
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    They 'cheered'.
    They 'cheered' the band.
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    She 'sang'.
    She 'sang' a song.
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    Larry 'tripped'.
    Larry 'tripped' Alex.
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    We 'visited'.
    We 'visited' Aunt Ruth.
    7 years ago  
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    Use of "used to"
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    We use 'used to' for something that happened regularly in the past but no longer happens.
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    I used to smoke a packet a day but I stopped two years ago.
    Ben used to travel a lot in his job but now, since his promotion, he doesn't.
    I used to drive to work but now I take the bus.
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    We also use it for something that was true but no longer is.
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    There used to be a cinema in the town but now there isn't.
    She used to have really long hair but she's had it all cut off.
    I didn't use to like him but now I do.
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    Intransitive Verbs
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    Intransitive verbs don't take an ob-ject.
    Here are some examples of intransitive verbs:
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    He 'ran'.
    They 'napped'.
    The dog 'barked'.
    Blair 'gloated'.
    Clarissa 'winked'.
    7 years ago  
    Ryan Very clear!!
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    Transitive Verbs
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    Transitive verbs require an ob-ject. For example, filled is a transitive verb and the cup is the ob-ject in the sentence She filled the cup. It doesn't make much sense to have filled without an ob-ject. She filled is incomplete.
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    The tip for remembering the name is to think of transitive verbs as transferring their action to the ob-ject. Transitive and transfer both start with the prefix trans-.
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    Examples of Transitive Verbs
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    Here are some examples of transitive verbs:
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    They 'designated' a hitter.
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    The clock 'struck' one.
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    I 'want' candy.
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    He 'carried' the bag.
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    Jose 'thanked' Wayne.
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    In the following sentences, why is "to" followed by a verb?
    That should be impossible, according to the preposition rule.
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    "I would like to go now."
    "She used to smoke."

    7 years ago  
    Sam~~<@ Oppa, because in these sentences, "to" is not a preposition. It is part of the "infinitive" ("to go", "to smoke").
    7 years ago
    Ryan But to that followed used is like preposition. Isn't it?
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