Can I say "I can tolerate staying in my room without the air conditioner or just with a fan" like "I can bare staying in my room with a fan"
Maybe "bear" not "bare"?
The second variant with "to bear" is better, because "to tolerate" is more about your common ability to be tolerant.
Either is OK. "Tolerate" is probably used a little more in the example you give.
The difference between "has + been + p.p" and "had + been + p.p"
Is anyone here to practice English with me?
What does it mean" be supposed to"
Is there anybody who wants to learn Russian speaking in English?
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