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Sam
Is this correct? "You can don't go to bank and do your works by Internet" Is this correct? "You can don't go to bank and do your works by Internet" What about this: Do you want me to not to go to university and stay with you? If these are wrong, what can I say?
Oct 14, 2012 10:13 AM
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They are both wrong. Especially the first one which is riddled with errors. I'll just have to guess what you want to say: 1. You don't need to go to the bank. Yo can do it all at home on the Internet. 2. Do you want me stay here with you? (There is no need to mention "going out somewhere" as that would be redundant.)
October 14, 2012
Do you want me to not to go to university and stay with you? you could say it more simple... don't you want me to go to university and stay with you...(your original phrase sounds 'brazilian' - it is the way i would formulate the question in my native language
October 14, 2012
"You can don't" doesn't work in English. It sounds nonsensical. Just use "you can't".
October 14, 2012
Sam
Language Skills
English, Persian (Farsi)
Learning Language
English