Everyday objects

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Submitted by Eswar on Wed, 08/07/2020 - 11:10

if i wanted to go out, i would like to bring rucksack and put my mobile int omy pocket and wallet for credit card information.

Submitted by Asni on Tue, 16/06/2020 - 22:44

I usually use a handbag to carry the things I need, money, the keys of my house, tissues, cards, my mobilephone, etc.


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Submitted by RixNguyen (not verified) on Tue, 09/06/2020 - 11:29

When I go out, I always carry my wallet, my phone, my keys and my identification badge because I live in a dormitory.

Submitted by David Ortiz on Sat, 30/05/2020 - 05:50

When i go out i always carry: My mobile phone My keys an my glasses

Submitted by Natali G on Wed, 20/05/2020 - 15:09

When I go to the outside I take: - my wallet; - my mobile phone; - my sunny glasses (if I have sunny day)))))); - and my keys.

Submitted by thuy02102000 on Tue, 12/05/2020 - 16:15

I always go out because I have to go to school (lol). When going out, the objects I carry is my rucksack including a lot of things like laptop, earphone, books, notebook, note, pen, pencil, face mask, keys, power bank, and particularly my cellphone

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Submitted by Tran Ngoc on Thu, 23/04/2020 - 11:34

Hello Sir, I don't understand when we must to use THAT: For example two sentences bellow: - This is a bag that you put on your back. - This is a small suitcase we use to carry things for work. => Could we use THAT in the second one: This is a small suitcase THAT we use to carry things for work Thank you for your explain Ngoc
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Submitted by Kirk Moore on Thu, 23/04/2020 - 15:40

In reply to by Tran Ngoc


Hello Tran Ngoc

This is explained on our Relative clauses page -- see the section called Omitting the relative pronoun. Could you please have a look there? If you have any other questions after reading that, please don't hesitate to ask us again.

All the best


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