Date post: 2017-09-17 19:10
Hi Ronnie Your lessons are very entertaining and useful. I have a confusion. I would like to know when to use being and been. for example, I being trying to communicate with you over the phone or I been trying to communicate with you which one of these sentences is grammatical correct. Also should we add the simple past tense or the present continuous to verb after the verbs was/were like or this rule only apply when the verb to be is written in the singular present form am/is/are like you taught us in one of your beginner lesson. Thank you Ronnie inn advance for your help
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wow i cant believe it out of 65 questions i got 9 correct answers thank you so much!.i want to learn more from you teacher:)
Examples of abstract terms include love, success, freedom, good, moral, democracy , and any -ism (chauvinism, Communism, feminism, racism, sexism ). These terms are fairly common and familiar, and because we recognize them we may imagine that we understand them 656 but we really can't, because the meanings won't stay still.
You may think you understand and agree with me when I say, We all want success. But surely we don't all want the same things. Success means different things to each of us, and you can't be sure of what I mean by that abstract term. On the other hand, if I say I want a gold Rolex on my wrist and a Mercedes in my driveway, you know exactly what I mean (and you know whether you want the same things or different things). Can you see that concrete terms are clearer and more interesting than abstract terms?
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Hi Ronnie, I have just found out this site today. I am so excited and happy to hear that you were in my country, Japan for four years.
I 8767 m sure that Japanese people love your characters.
I was watching this video and i actually had a question to make,related to this lesson. If, big, small, bold, black etc are adjectives, what these words are, for example, political views, democratic party, economic development, social life. I was wondering if political, democratic, economic, social are adjectives? Thanks for these lessons you teach and thanks for taking your time reading my message. I am looking forward to hearing back from you. Once again great job Ronnie and all other teachers of this forum.
Yeah! I did understand that, however, Ronnie herself tell us to use our own native language if necessary in one of her lessons.
If I take this into account then, would not make sense. Of course we are talking about a different language, but if we are supposed to use our own language my doubt still persists. You see? 8775 The cat is tired 8776 tired here, in my country is a past particple verb, also according to the irregular verbs table it is as well. Don 8767 t really get the therapy here.! = (