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Are these sentences OK? You are asking something to buy, but there seems to be a problem. If I say; This is all we have. We don't have it too much. We don't have anything, but this. There is no more, but this.
Sep 20, 2018 8:14 PM
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Only the first one is correct. Also "You are asking something to buy, but there seems to be a problem." is incorrect. It would be better to say: "You are asking to buy something but there seems to be (or "there is") a problem." Note: No comma before the word "but" I commend you for your attempt! Please do not be discouraged if you make mistakes, your overall meaning was still understood. :)
September 20, 2018
If you are "asking to buy", you are the customer/buyer. However, your sentences are from the point of view of someone who is selling, not from someone who is "asking to buy". The store clerk would say: This is all we have. We don't have anymore. We don't have anything else. There is nothing else.
September 20, 2018
second one is wrong i guess
September 20, 2018
second one is not regular i guess
September 20, 2018
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