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
Answers · 2
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".