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20 October, 2018 - 19:10
Hi Lal, They both sound fine to me. In writing, I would punctuate them differently -- something like: 'If a person is trying to go up the ladder, give them a push -- don't pull them down.'  All the...
20 October, 2018 - 19:10
Hello Mbazarov, When the context makes it clear which event happened first, the past perfect is often not used, especially in informal situations. If you were going to use the past perfect in these...
20 October, 2018 - 18:10
Hi anie2, Yes, that is correct and it means what you say. It would be impolite in most contexts, however, so I'd suggest care in using it. You could say 'read your presentation aloud' or 'read your...