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9:58 AM
@M.A.R. Please assist me with this
You should be true to your words.
What is wrong in the sentence and why?
 
10:48 AM
@M.A.R. Are you there?
 
 
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1:48 PM
@M.A.R. hi old friend, how are you doing?
 
1:59 PM
@Man_From_India Hi! Pretty busy, days go by fast, the usual
@RajorshiKoyal Not really, sorry
@RajorshiKoyal I think it's "stay true"
 
2:20 PM
@Man_From_India I too am from India.
No my instructor says word and not words.
What is wrong with word?
 
2:40 PM
@RajorshiKoyal hello. Yes your name suggests that you are an Indian 😊
 
@Man_From_India I have sent you a request to join in a room.
Please join if possible.
 
@RajorshiKoyal rn I am on my cell phone. Please give me some time. Probably can't join today, please don't mind.
 
Ok you may answer here also
No problem:-)
Can you explain me accusative and nominative case slightly?
Btw @Man_From_India Which state are you from?
 
WB
But let me tell you I completely forgot grammar.
 
Is it?
Can you tell me these two cases?
 
2:46 PM
Yup
 
Please tell
:P
 
Do you know what is object case and possessive case?
 
I know but please explain it slightly through an example
 
No no no @RajorshiKoyal we should stick to English only here. So please
 
Are you a Bengali?
Which city are you from?
 
2:48 PM
I will get back let me send some emails first.
Yes bengali
 
Great good to know:-)
Yes take your time.
 
3:00 PM
@Man_From_India Please ping me whenever you are free. I am waiting.:-)
 
3:15 PM
@RajorshiKoyal it's another name of subject and object case.
For example: "he" is nominative case and "him" is the accusative case.
I think you were looking for a good book for English grammar. But what is your goal?
 
I am preparing for Bank PO,LIC AAO
etc.
 
If it is for clearing job exams, then you are good to go with Wren and Martin. Though I am not sure what kind of questions are asked there. But from my very brief experience on some websites that deal with job exams it seems that school level grammar is asked there and similar answers that are considered correct in school os expected.
 
Have you heard the name of these exams?
Ok any better or more difficult book
Btw are you in school now?
Can you assist me slightly?
 
No my school is over.
 
Where did u do your schooling from?
I am from Don Bosco myself :-)
 
3:24 PM
I think I also read Wren and Martin back in school but I simply can't remember because my subject was not English. And I read grammar in very elementary level, in my initial days of school days.
Ummm a local school, and bengali medium.
 
How do you know English so well then?
Are you doing a job now?
 
Right now I am.not the right person to guide you on grammar, because I completely forgot grammar.
 
Guide me with all that you know
 
Yes I am doing job rn.
 
It is more than enough..:-)
Where?
You English is fabulous as I can figure out from SE
 
3:27 PM
I don't know English that much. Yes I was a little better a gew years back, but unfortunately not any more
 
Alright if you know something please answer..
 
Yes I am trying to get back. But I have time shortage, and can't spend more time here due to health issues and some external troubles in life.
 
ok I hope it finds you good health..:)
in*
Can we get in touch any time of the day in general.
 
Thank you. But I am sure you will benefit from ELL a lot.
Sure
 
3:51 PM
@Man_From_India The King and Queen's journey to India.
Why are they not adding apostrophe after both King and Queen?
 
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4:08 PM
@SmokeDetector definitely spam
 
4:25 PM
@RajorshiKoyal here the journey of [king and queen] is considered as a unit.
 
4:40 PM
How did you figure this out?
 
Ummm I really have no idea, this seems so trivial that I think I never gave it a thought.
Btw what does your grammar book say?
 
When one noun is qualified by two possesive nouns both must have the possesive sign,unless joint possession is indicated.
 
5:01 PM
I don't think I understood it.
 
5:35 PM
@Man_From_India
Who are Huntly and Palmer can you help me out with this?
 
5:53 PM
Her, who had been the apple of his eye, he now began to regard with something like distrust.
First tell me..'She' instead of 'her' suits me more in the sentence..Please tell me why it is her..A detailed rule is most welcome.
What is meant by object of a verb or a preposition?
Please explain this to me:-)
@Man_From_India or @M.A.R. If any of you are free please tell.I would need to go through a thorough discussion.
 
@Man_From_India Ah we have another Bengali speaker?! That's awesome!
 
 
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9:50 PM
Hello! When you call someone to learn a bit about what's new with them and such, do you think of that as keeping in touch, getting in touch or touching base, over the phone? If I'm trying to express that to the person I'm calling and I say something like "Just calling to..." would either sound as natural to you in that context? Do you think of those as the same kind of "touch(ing)" so to speak?
Anybody out there?
Anyways, thanks in advance for any insight.
 
 
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