Spelling is terrifying! Can you spell quickly or will your fear be too much?

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I now dont have desktop or laptobe what can i play ?

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the games here are very helpful and at the same time fun..thanks!

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Q1 he is the man who I know has helped my son in the final exam.
he is the man who I knew has helped my son in the final exam.
he is the man who I have known has helped my son in the final exam.
Are these 3 sentences grammatically correct? if yes what is the difference in meaning ?plzz give examples to elaborate.

Hello innocentashish420,

I would say only the first sentence makes sense. The helping has a present time reference ('has helped'), so a past time reference for 'know' would be illogical: how could you know in the past something which is described in present time? The third sentence may be theoretically possible (if you wish to say that you have known this for a long time), but the context is highly unlikely.

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Hi every body, i want to learn english

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