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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

 

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Saturday at 07:57 PM
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Hello @Ceulianthang3,


Thankyou for taking the time to post your question.


If you are talking about something you bought in the past - use "bought". It is not grammatically correct to use "I did buy."


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Eva

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ceulianthang3
Monday at 05:51 PM
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Pls what is the different meaning and usage between

"I did buy and I bought." thank you


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Sunday at 08:16 PM
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Hello Steph,


Thank you for posting.


try thinking about a pet you have to leave with a pet sitter, ( Will you be able to handle this? Will you give them lots of attention?) (Will) mostly starts a question.


Let us know if you have any questions.


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Patricia

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Steph
Friday at 11:15 PM
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How do I know that need to use "will" in a question?

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Wednesday at 05:20 PM
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Hi Studentka,


It's just a slang phrase. You might hear it sometimes in conversation.


Kellie

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Studentka
Wednesday at 05:40 AM
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Hello, could you explane for me a sentence I did buy some juice....... Instead of I bought some juice....

Thanks a lot , studentka Jitka.