Hello. I'll be very grateful if you help me with a few questions. 1)I know that the sentence "Why are you always late" correct, but is it possible to say "Why are you always being late" to show that it happens very often? 2)Do you
1. Did you know? + Where did he go? => Did you know where he went? 2. Did you think? + Why was he late? => Did you think why he was late? => Why did you think he was late? - I thought he was late because he got up/gotten
Could you please clarify these doubts for me? Thank you. 1.He admitted to eating all the biscuits. (I s “to” necessary??) 2.I’m worried about Brian’s arriving so late. (about Brian arriving so late/ that Brian arrives so
Each morning your alarm goes off. There is a 22% chance that you will not wake up and consequently be late for your 9am class. For the first 8 classes of the term, determine the probability that you will be .... a) late exactly 3
1. I know why she was late. 2. I wonder why she was late for school. 3. I doubt why she came back home late. 4. He told me how he got there. 5. He asked me why I didn't study. 6. He showed me how to get to the station.
HELP! John or Doris (write, Writes) to us regularly. Either Carol or Ted (was, Were) asked to lead the meeting. Either Marie or you (was, were) late for class. Either you or Marie (was, were) late for class. Everybody in the class
1. I got up early getting ready for the game. 2. I got up early while I was getting ready for the game. (Is #1 grammatical? Does #2 mean #1?) 3. I helped my friends with teaching them math. (What about this one? Is this also