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Elementary Podcasts: Tess & Ravi

التخطيط لعطلة نهاية الأسبوع، مات جرونينج، الجمل التي تمشي مع أفعلا مختلفة، الأجازة المثالية، كارولينا تعد العشاء لأصدقائها 'make' vs 'do', 'yourself'

You're hired image

شاهد دانيال وسارة وهم يقومان بتقديم عروضهما لترى من يستطيع إبهار فيليب ومارسيا أكثر.

IELTS Interview

IELTS interview is different from a job interview. Be sure to showcase your English ability, not your job qualification.

مقابلة اختبار IELTS  مختلفة عن مقابلة العمل. تأكد من أن تظهر قدراتك الإنجليزية وليس مواصفاتك المهنية.


Your Comments

14 March, 2018 - 09:03
Hello Adill, The second sentence is correct. For verbs relating to mental functions we generally do not use continuous forms. These include know, remember, forget, understand and think (though think...
14 March, 2018 - 09:03
Hello Kumako, I'm not quite sure what you mean here. Are you asking about replies to comments you make on the pages, such as this one? We do not reply to all comment but we try to answer all...
14 March, 2018 - 08:03
Hi VCa, You are correct. The sentence can be phrased either way. The second way ('He has only to get...') is less common and more formal-sounding, I would say.   Peter The LearnEnglish Team