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Peter M's picture
6 August, 2020 - 07:08
Hi again AshahiYo20, It's important to remember that the use of future forms in English is very nuanced and often dependent on the speaker's perspective rather than objective facts in the world....
Peter M's picture
6 August, 2020 - 07:08
Hi cms10, In this context you can use either 'a' or 'the' in each sentence. You can see it as one of many rights ('a right') or as a particular right which is specified in the sentence ('the right...
Peter M's picture
6 August, 2020 - 07:08
Hello dipakrgandhi, You are correct that it is not the standard way to express this, and your suggestions are much better. I wouldn't say that there is a grammar rule which explains why your son's...