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Which is correct? 1 on the count of three It means: one , two, three or three, two , one 2 You have to change your tire because the tire tread depth has worn out/ worn flat. Please correct the sentence. Thanks
Oct 5, 2016 12:13 AM
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Also, the tire is bald.
October 5, 2016
The tyre has worn down. The tread depth has not done anything. The tread depth is insufficient, inadequate, not enough. The tread is not deep enough, is too shallow. You should change this tyre, it's worn down and the tread is not deep enough.
October 5, 2016
1. US English, you would count "1, 2, 3" Then there would be an argument over whether you meant to do the thing when you said "3" or whether you meant to do the thing right after you said "3" (for example "1, 2, 3, go") 2. "The tire has worn out." or "The tread has worn down."
October 5, 2016
1 When a native English speaker says, "On the count of three," they usually follow it with 'one, two, three.' If you go from three down, they might say something like, "Counting down from three: three, two, one," or, "On a countdown from three: three, two, one." More common is definitely 'on the count of three'. 2 I would say that the tire has 'worn out'.
October 5, 2016
Ppman
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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English