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2019.07.08 20:41

Hi everyone! If you are learning English, ask me a question in

the comments about something you want me to explain! I will try to answer everybody’s questions! English is difficult but not impossible :)
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  • Tamara Vargas 2019.07.08 20:42

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    What's the meaning of Would?
  • heygirl 2019.07.08 20:42

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    I can't understand use for - in - on and at 🤔
  • Happy 2019.07.08 20:44

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    Could you please pronounce church and charge?
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 20:44

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    @Tamara Vargas ”would” expresses something that can happen IF a specific condition is met.
  • Miss.Kara 2019.07.08 20:46

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    I don't quite understand about perfect tenses. In what situations is it used?
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 20:47

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    @heygirl 1) “for”: use for when you want to express that a specific thing or action is directed towards a noun. 2) “in”: use when you want to describe the location of something. “In” is basically short for “inside” 3) “on” and “at”: these basically words that describe the location of a certain thing. You can find examples everywhere
  • Çağrı 2019.07.08 20:47

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    Well,my problem is that,even though i have no problem in understanding and writing the language,the moment i try to speak my mouth shuts tightly like it is sewed.Do you have any recommendations for me ? Btw my accent doesn't help either
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 20:51

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    @Miss.Kara use “present perfect” to describe an event that already happened and is relevant to something you are describing in the present Use “past perfect” when you are talking about a completed action in the past, in order to better express another past event
  • Kalash Nikov 2019.07.08 20:53

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    English is not difficult. Even the most brainless one can learn it.
  • Diegosit 2019.07.08 20:53

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    Como por ejemplo
  • RusikSeva Ismail 2019.07.08 20:53

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    I want to learn English
  • RusikSeva Ismail 2019.07.08 20:53

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    Please,help me
  • Dasha 2019.07.08 20:54

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    @Jesse wow you're like a grammar book👀
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 20:54

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    @Çağrı trust me when I say this: you can’t be afraid to make mistakes. No person in the history of earth has learned a language without making mistakes. The best advice I can give you is to learn a lot of verbs. If you know a lot of verbs, you can describe almost anything you want. This makes sense because we can’t have sentences without verbs!
  • Violetta 2019.07.08 20:55

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    What do you think more difficult English or Russian?
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 20:56

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    @Kalash Nikov Difficultly is relative, so I’m glad it is easy for you!
  • Çağrı 2019.07.08 20:57

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    @Jesse I'll try to do that. Thank you !
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 20:57

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    @Violetta well English is my native language haha, so Russian is more difficult. But I learned Spanish before I started learning Russian; I think Russian is a lot harder than Spanish
  • Happy 2019.07.08 20:57

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    @Jesse you're awesome!!!
  • Tort Zakazi 2019.07.08 21:00

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    And help me please) i want conversation😊
  • heygirl 2019.07.08 21:01

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    @Jesse thank you!!😊
  • Violetta 2019.07.08 21:05

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    The gerund... This evil
  • Rafael 2019.07.08 21:06

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    How do you pronunce “comfortable”?
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:07

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    @Violetta I understand there is no equivalent of gerund in Russian 😂 but it is actually super simple!!! Gerund (-ing verbs) simply describes a verb/action that is in progress. Think about this example: “I am eating dinner” — “I was eating dinner” — “I had been eating dinner when the dog barked” —-> notice how the eating is in progress and unfinished. That is the essence of gerund
  • Andrea 2019.07.08 21:08

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    Could you please tell me when I need to use “should” and when “shall”? Thank you !!
  • Dony 2019.07.08 21:12

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    Thanks, very kind of you
  • Efsun 2019.07.08 21:14

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    Could you explain me the usage of “whether” with a few phrases?
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:15

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    @Andrea ”should” can be 2 things: it can be used as a recommendation to a person —> “you should go to the store because we need more coffee” It can also be used as a word that expresses whether or not a person needs to do a certain thing —> “maybe I should go to the gym because I ate ice cream” — “I don’t think you should you jump off that ledge. You will hurt yourself”
  • Violetta 2019.07.08 21:15

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    I am eating = I eat?
  • Rafael 2019.07.08 21:15

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    @Jesse thanks. Is it correct “I finished to eat lunch”?
  • Efsun 2019.07.08 21:16

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    Do “I don’t mind” & “I don’t care” have the same meanings?
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:16

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    @Violetta not necessarily. If I say, “you eat bread every day”, that is different from the gerund.
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:17

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    @Rafael almost. You can say this in 2 ways: 1) I finished eating lunch 2) I finished my lunch/I finished lunch
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:20

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    @Efsun sure! We use “Whether” when we are expressing a doubt or a choice between different outcomes/scenarios “I don’t know whether it will rain or snow today” “She asked me whether I would prefer to cook at home or eat in a restaurant”
  • Violetta 2019.07.08 21:20

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    @Jesse thank you
  • Miss.Kara 2019.07.08 21:21

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    @Jesse is it really necessary? For me it sounds so unnecessary
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:22

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    @Efsun a little. “I don’t care” is a stronger way of saying “I don’t mind” Think like this: “I don’t mind” is the kind version, “I don’t care” is the less kind version
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:23

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    @Miss.Kara they are very essential when you are connecting different/similar events across different periods of time.
  • Rafael 2019.07.08 21:23

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    @Jesse Is it incorrect “I finished to eat lunch?
  • Andrea 2019.07.08 21:24

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    @Jesse thank you ! So , if I say “ Should we go upstairs ? , Yes , we shall go “ Would it be correct ? Thank you so much again , you should become a teacher 😊
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:25

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    @Rafael technically, yes that is incorrect. People will know what you are saying, but it will be incorrect (technically) and they will probably notice that it sounds strange hahaha
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:26

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    @Andrea you can use shall or should in this example, but honestly “should” sounds more natural. We don’t use “shall” very often. It is a pretty formal word
  • Efsun 2019.07.08 21:27

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    @Jesse thank youuu!!
  • Rafael 2019.07.08 21:28

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    @Jesse I finished eating my lunch?
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:28

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    @Andrea if somebody asks you something with “should” in the question, we usually answer with a “should” in our response “Should we go to the park? The weather is bad” “The weather is definitely bad. We should not go today.”
  • Jesse 2019.07.08 21:28

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    @Rafael that’s right 👍
  • Andrea 2019.07.08 21:31

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    @Jesse best detailed explanation ever , thank you ,you are great 😊
  • Rafael 2019.07.08 21:31

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    How do you pronunce “noob” and “idioms”?
  • Aidan 2019.07.08 22:22

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    hii
  • Miss.Kara 2019.07.09 03:44

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    @Jesse can you give me an example?
  • Génesis GM 2019.07.09 04:45

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    Me
  • Bulgur 2019.07.09 07:21

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    "As soon as" what mean? Can you give me one ex.
  • Daria 2019.07.09 13:40

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    Doesn't gerund function as a noun, as in 'the eating continued in silence'? And i'd say the -ing form in 'I'm eating' is present participle. Doesn't really matter for language practice, though. My question is, is there any great source of info on punctuation?
  • ypol. 2019.07.17 17:27

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    @Jesse Wich should, we use I'd or I would?
  • Marcela 2019.07.27 23:50

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    Hello. I have problems with reported speech when change the time 😥

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