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amber

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2020.05.31 02:03
hello again

❌I am agree❌
✔I agree✔

❌I'd be much happy to help you❌
✔I'd be very happy to help you✔

❌I didn't talk to nobody❌
✔I didn't talk to anybody✔

Feel free to ask me any questions!
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  • Gabriel 2020.05.31 02:06

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    Hello. I have so many difficulties in verbs and phrasal verbs. Probably I’ll make so many mistakes.
  • Ayoub 2020.05.31 02:08

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    Thanks teacher 😍
  • milena 2020.05.31 02:15

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    I'm having difficulties to know where use "someone", "anyone"... Can you help me?
  • leowu 2020.05.31 02:16

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    but I've seen so many native speakers saying phrases like i didn't talk to nobody.why is that
  • Haruka 2020.05.31 02:37

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    Hi teacher, why I can’t say “much happy”? I usually say “very happy” But happy isn’t uncountable noun, too🤔
  • amber 2020.05.31 10:54

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    @leowu "I didn't talk to anyone" is grammatically correct, but some native don't know that, or some people think it is cool to say things that are grammatically incorrect.
  • amber 2020.05.31 11:14

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    @Haruka "Much" goes with uncountable nouns. Example, "I don't have much money", the person has a little bit of money, but they don't know the amount. "Happy" is an adjective, not a noun (happiness is a noun), so it needs an adverb. "Very" is an adverb like "extremely". So the sentence could be "I'd be very happy" or "I'd be extremely happy". Does this make sense?
  • Gabriel 2020.05.31 14:20

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    @amber Oh, thank you. I didn’t know that. I knew about happy be an adjetive but not the necessity to use an adverb.
  • amber 2020.06.01 18:44

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    @Gabriel you do not need to always use adverbs, because you can say "I'd be happy" and that is grammatically correct. But if you want to make the emotion stronger (the emotion is happy), you would add an adverb. Does this make sense?
  • Gabriel 2020.06.01 18:47

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    @amber Yessss. It Makes sense. Thank u.

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