What's different between 'to what' and 'of what' in these sentences: Nothing better to what see your face; Nothing better of what see your face; Nothing better what to see your face: Are there right question In these sentences. answer me, if you like!
Feb 16, 2016 10:31 PM
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I'm afraid that none of those sentences make sense in English. Perhaps you mean this : ''Nothing better than seeing your face" ? If you say, for example, '[For me, there is] nothing better than seeing your face", this means that seeing your face is the best thing in the world for me. Is that what you wanted to say?
February 16, 2016
Eu não sei exatamente o que você já tem feito pra aprender o inglês, mas, tenho que dizer que seria melhor que busque outra maneira de aprendizagem.
February 16, 2016
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