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EnglishClass101.com
Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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How do the dishes in the dialogue sound to you? ;)

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Gabriella (EnglishClass101)
Tuesday at 11:08 am
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Hi Budi,

Thanks for your question. The verb "did" is a modal auxiliary that is used either as a helping verb or to emphasise something. For example, "Who did tell you about this place?" would be used after a sentence like "He didn't tell me about this place." Then someone would say (in contradiction) "So who DID tell you about this place?"

Hope this makes sense.

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Gabriella

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budi
Monday at 4:06 pm
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Hi,

something make me confused. Why the question is โ€œWho told you about this place?โ€ Why not โ€œWho did tell you about this place?

could you explain the reason?

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budi
Monday at 4:01 pm
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Hi,

something make me confusing. Why the question is "Who told you about this place?" Why not "Who did tell you about this place?

could you explain the reason?

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EnglishClass101.com
Wednesday at 6:06 pm
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Hi Haitham,

"mutual" means the same as the other person (and is often used when sharing another person's emotion or feeling). In the example you gave, the feeling shared was excitement. "To nod" is body language meaning "to agree" (moving the head up and down - when this is done fast it indicates a feeling of excitement.

I'm not sure I understood your question about sentences and phrases. In this sample sentence you mean? Or in general?

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Gabriella

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Haitham
Tuesday at 7:19 am
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Hi,

could you please explain this phrase" Nodding in mutual excitement for you",

and another question what is the different between the sentence and phrase and when i can use

both of them .

thanks .