I want to escape from the city, from the noise or
I want to escape the city, the noise
I can go for a walk, ride on bike, run,... or
I can go for a walk, riding on bike, running
Thank very much
escape is usually intransitive thus it takes a preposition, so i'd vote for the first version (escapte from the city, from the noise).
in the second case, the first version is correct too, because after can, you need to put the bare infinitive form of the verb (ride, run).
I like to escape from the city and the noise; sometimes, I go for a walk, ride my bike or go running.
I think the same. Thank you Ahenus
you're certainly welcome
I need someone to talk in English to improve our speaking bilaterally
English grammar-present perfect
British ppl pay attention!
What cute names could you say to your gf especially if she's from Britain otherwise babe, baby?
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