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Jina Kim
Hi! I want to ask some questions regading English expressions.

 First, I'm Kim Jina from Korea, who study English Language and Literature.

 I am now doing some research for my paper, which investigates the difference between

Korean language and English Language.

I want to hear from you (regardless of your native language) about English expressions.

I hope you enjoy participate in it! It may help you think about the strucutre of your language, too.

P.S ) if you want learn Korean or are looking for Korean friends, I can be, so feel free to send me a message  ^.^

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* Please choose one which you think the most natural. (Article is minor issure, here! Just focus on what kind of structure/expression you frequently use)

 

1. (A) There is a sign stop.

    (B) The sign says stop. 

 

(1) Which one?

(2) Could you tell me the reason?

 

2. (A) You have stains on your skirt.

    (B) Your skirts has stains on it.

    (C) There are stains on your skirt.

 

(1) Which one?

(2) Could you tell me the reason?

 

3. (A) The business oftn takes him to Peru.

   (B)  Due to business, he often goes to Peru.

 

(1) Which one?

(2) Could you tell me the reason?

 

 

 

I'm really grateful to you for your help! If you need any help from me, feel free to tell me!

 

Dec 21, 2014 6:07 AM
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1. B. 2. C 3.B.    from my perspective, I' d like to choose these sentence reckoning it' s in agreement with both the gramma as well as foreigner's custom. But, it' s just my opinion, which may be wrong , due to I'm a Chinese students.

 

December 21, 2014

There are some typos!

 

2. (A) You have stains on your skirt.
(B) Your skirt has stains on it.
(C) There are stains on your skirt.

(1) Which one?
(2) Could you tell me the reason?

 

3. (A) The business often takes him to Peru.
(B) Due to business, he often goes to Peru.

December 21, 2014
Jina Kim
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Indonesian, Japanese, Spanish