Guide to Grammar & Writing


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Please correct. I am used with/to the notes given.

Please correct. I have disposed of my car for the amount on $2,000.00.

Is the grammar to the answer correct?

Q. Are these his fingers?

A. No, they are not. These/they are his toes.

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