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How could I develop my writing?
How can I express wishes in English?
what does "down the street" mean?
Could we use I/He/She/It with the auxiliary verb WERE when we wanna mean about the impossible conditions?
Well you can use then in many different situations
You can use the forms i wish and i hope, both are
Corrected: If I were you, I'd have bought that. I
Hi! "down the street" means a walking distance in
You can use the following: I wish you all the bes
To + verb ( any verb) is an infinitive: to sleep,
Very good explanation! Thanks
Simple BECAUSE is omitted. It is used the same way
Thank you very much, really, thank you so much
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