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Renie W
What's the difference? I always think that "help" just have one usage. That is "help somebody to do something".But I saw another usage today.That is "help somebody do something". I want to know what's the difference between the two phrases? And I also wanna know if there's a phrase "help somebody doing something". Can you help me?
27. Okt 2012 09:56
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Please use ''Also, I'd like to know if...'' Your phrase with ''wanna'' is poor English, plus it sounds a little selfish and rude.
27. Oktober 2012
help s.b. do s.t help s.b to do s.t. They are the same. And, no there isn't. You can say "doing".
27. Oktober 2012
Renie W
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