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Peter M's picture
29 March, 2020 - 07:03
Hello Piyush_kashyap, Both sentence are correct and there is no difference in meaning. We use ...of... when we want to specify that we are choosing from a closed group rather than in general, but in...
Peter M's picture
29 March, 2020 - 07:03
Hello Alex1990, The verb be is very rarely used in the continuous when it is a main verb in English. Thus we say They're very happy not They're being very happy and I'm a teacher not I'm being...
Peter M's picture
29 March, 2020 - 07:03
Hello Paula, Yes, that's right. In that sentence she'd just is a contraction of she had just. It's a past perfect form because the action precedes and is relevant to another action in the past (not...