The next next day

Sometimes students use phrases like 'the next next day', 'the day before before', 'tomorrow's tomorrow', or 'yesterday's yesterday'. This isn't very good English. tomorrow's tomorrow the day after tomorrowin 2 days time yesterday's yesterday the day before yesterday2 days ago If counting forward from a day in the future or…
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We together go

'Together' does not go in the the middle of the clause, but the beginning or end (usually the end) She and I together work She and I work together. They together went to the cinema. They went to the cinema together. We together go? Shall we go together?
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I came in the train

Some transport uses 'in'. Some transport uses 'on'. The rule for this is not whether you can go inside the vehicle. The rule is:services use 'on'independent or special transport uses 'in' (An easy way to think about this is: does the transport usually do this journey, even when I am…
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I wish I am rich

When using wish, the tenses 'go backwards'. Current Wishes: Although the wish is for something now, the grammar uses the past tense. I wish I don't have homework. I wish she is my girlfriend.´╗┐ I wish I can do magic. I wish I didn't have homework. I wish she was…
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I like

In English, 'like', 'want', and 'need' need objects. The sentence cannot finish after the verb. "Do you like cheese?""Yes, I like." "Do you like cheese?""Yes, I like it." ´╗┐"Who wants an ice-cream?""I want." "Who wants an ice-cream?""I want one." "Does anyone here need a lift to the game?""I need." "Does…
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I’m so-so

Although not wrong, 'so-so' is not often used in , people use words such as 'OK', 'alright', and 'not bad'. How are you?I'm so-so. I'm a so-so swimmer. The party was so-so. How are you?I'm Ok. I'm an average swimmer. The party wasn't bad.
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