which one is correct for this sentence?"on/at/in" the first day of my work I would like to do sth.
"On the first day of work, I would like to do something"
at = Place or Hour (Time)
on = Specific Day or Date
in = Non-specific date in Month or Year
what difference between ,,,, i was in time.... or i was on time
or........ i am on the bus.....or i am in the bus
On the first day of work, I would like to do something.
Difference between Laufen and Rennen
I want to know when I should use -ing form as noun or adjective; I am really confused about this.
Excuse me or Pardon? Which is better when you couldn't hear someone on phone?
Is there any explanation about structure for making questions (ex wasvo, etc)? if there is, where can I find it?
Der kalif, der seinem Grosswesir schon lange gern eine Freunde gemacht hätte,...
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