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    FAQ for Beginners

    hey friend's

    The idea of ​​the subject:
    There are some questions that preoccupy most freshmen in learning English, so I decided that the whole some of these questions in one subject and answer them accessible manner, God willing




    Implementation of this idea:
    Will be the answers to these inquiries is very simple without prolongation in the narrative
    And decided to be simple answers in English and will not use the Arabic language
    And that in order to take advantage of the Mona freshmen students maximum benefit




    Required of Members:
    Pursue the matter because it would be a day every day a new addition, God willing
    I also interact them by placing their own inquiries and I will answer them
    , God willing


    Yallah let's start




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    All Ready or Already?



    All ready means "fully prepared."
    Example: "The students were all ready for the test."


    Already means "previously."
    Example: "The students were already in the class when the teacher arrived."
    Hope everybody understand those topic
    so be ready foe the next :S


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    A or An?



    Use a before a consonant sound; use an before a vowel sound.


    Important Hint
    Before a letter or an acronym or before numerals, choose a or an according to the way the letter or numeral is pronounced.

    Examples:
    an FDA directive
    a PDA
    a U.N. resolution
    a $5.00 bill


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    Than I or Than me?


    "Many people hesitate at the word than when it comes before a pronoun. What goes next, I or me? he or him? she or her? they or them?"

    The answer: All of the above! This is easier than it sounds.
    Take I and me as examples, since they're the pronouns we use most . Either one may be correct after than, depending on the meaning of the sentence.


    Examples:
    Mona loves spaghetti more than I ... means more than I do.
    Mona loves spaghetti more than me ... means more than she loves me."


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    Enough 2day guys see ya #Soon

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    Thnx dude

    it's really us-full lessons
    Silence in lips may avoid many problems...

    and smile in lips may solve many problems so always have a silent smile...
    :encouragement:

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    Thank yaa 4 ur presence with us always bruu

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    So how r yaa guys today???

    hahahh let's go okey

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    Too or Very?





    What's the difference between the following two sentences?


    • It's very cold.
    • It's too cold.
    The first sentence is just a statement. The second sentence implies some sort of difficulty. For example, maybe it's too cold so we can't go outside.





    Another Example:

    • She is very busy.
    • She is too busy.

    Again. The first sentence is just a statement, but the second sentence means something more. Maybe she is too busy so she has no time to study, or maybe she is too busy so she cannot come to the party this weekend...






    So, remember, when we use "too", it has a negative feeling; it implies that there is some kind of problem. After all, too much of something is not good!

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    Must or Have to


    Use of Have to



    In general, have to expresses impersonal obligation. The subject of have to is obliged or forced to act by a separate, external power (for example, the Law or school rules). Have to is objective. Look at these examples:

    • In France, you have to drive on the right.
    • In England, most schoolchildren have to wear a uniform.
    • John has to wear a tie at work.

    In each of the above cases, the obligation is not the subject's opinion or idea. The obligation is imposed from outside.




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    Use of Must



    In general, must expresses personal obligation. Must expresses what the speaker thinks is necessary. Must is subjective. Look at these examples:

    • I must stop smoking.
    • You must visit us soon.
    • He must work harder.

    In each of the above cases, the "obligation" is the opinion or idea of the person speaking. In fact, it is not a real obligation. It is not imposed from outside.

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