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Okay.can you teach me english.please

I Would like to know when i got the right answer and wrong answer sir. If i so i would be very happy to learn. Thank you. Please guide me.

Hello K Zion,

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hello, I don´t understand this game. does someone want to help me please?

Hello Jesús,

If you press the ? in the middle of the Verb Machine, i.e. just above the blue button, you'll find the instructions.

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Hello sir,
What is the difference between these two sentences
1.I speak English
2.I do speak English
Please give me reason why to use..

Hello Ajaz ajju,

These are examples of the present simple. Normally we do not use the auxiliary (do/does) in affirmative sentences, but only in questions and negatives. However, we can add 'do' or 'does' when we want to make the sentence more emphatic. For example:

I speak English.

No, you don't!

Honestly, I do speak English!

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hello sir,
i did not understand the of following sentence.

"he knew, i wasn't got to let him do it. he was just trying it on".

I'm confused about the portion of the sentence ( i wasn't got to) is it passive? if so what is the meaning of this. Does it has any reason to use it here? or any special structure?

i looked up this phrase 'get to' in dictionary accordingly some popular dictionaries ' get to ' means ' be able to or manage to do...' and also it is never used in passive.

please explain this sentence and its meaning especially that portion which is mentioned above.

Hello ahmednagar,

I'm afraid that sentence does not look correct to me, though it could, I suppose, be a dialectical variant. It looks to me like it should be 'wasn't going to' not 'wasn't got to'.

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Excuse me, how do I get the verb machine?, do I have to download from any link.?..where is it.?