Level: intermediate

When two or more people do the same thing, we can use the possessive forms of the reciprocal pronouns each other’s and one another’s:

They helped to look after each other’s children.

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Thank you very much indeed as I was on the level about apostrophe (')!

Yes is it good style for journal style?

Many thanks!

Hello Agnes Nguyen,

It can be good style, but it would depend on the particular use and context.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hi peter

how can i connect correct sentence like (n+v+c). i don't know how to use it.

Hello taj25,

I'm not completely sure I understand what you mean, but 'n' could be a noun phrase, 'v' a verb phrase and 'c' a complement. There are many sentences that fit this pattern, e.g. a sentence with a link verb like 'She looked happy'.

Is that what you mean?

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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hai

let u know , where it use 'has" and have. i always confuse about that. pls clarify

Hello taj25,

We use 'has' when the subject is the third person and is singular (he/she/it). We use have for other forms (I/you/we/they).

I have a house.

You have a house.

We have a house.

They have a house.

He has a house.

She has a house.

The company has a house.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hi peter

i am worrying about "as soon as" what does that mean. why we using "as as". i don't know how to use it. if u have any lesson let me know. thanks

Hello taj25,

You can find a definition and examples of 'as soon as' in the dictionary (scroll down the page), and more information on how to use it on our verbs in time clauses page (it's similar to 'when').

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

I have one more question.
what is the difference between "wish & would". where it will use actually. kindly tell me.

"let me alone to do job" are the sentence grammatically correct.

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