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that what happened with me..!!!!

Postby kimo » Tue Feb 08, 2005 10:46 am

Hi friends….
Before days I mad test in English….before I did it I thought that I will do good…but I surprised when I found very difficult Questions :( …..my problems in the following :
(1)when can I use (can, would, could,….) in normal speaking I use any one but in the test there is only one is right in question
for Example
………give me one Dollar? Which one should I put in the space ??
So …when can I use each on of them??
(2)in the Grammar ….when can I use
for Example…..i received ,I had received, I have been received

Really in the test I thought that my English very bad but when I speak to any one I think I do better…

So any one knows very well the things above mentioned pls. help me
( RedRose, Dixie I know ur English very Well …so u can help me :lol: …)
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Postby kimo » Thu Feb 10, 2005 5:46 am

Hi Seta

Thanx for ur message. :lol: ...i will do my best but really i dont like Grammer but i will try... :mrgreen: .

Good Luck
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Postby RedRose » Fri Feb 11, 2005 12:18 pm

Seta wrote:I'm not Dixie or Red rose, but I suggest you to look for more exercises, D


Honey, actually, I am just an english student. although I am a medicine teacher.
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Postby jerryking » Fri Feb 11, 2005 2:13 pm

yes!
grammar is important for test!especially,this test is very important!
so ,i must improve your english grammar!
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