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    اقتباس المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة tina مشاهدة المشاركة
    thanks a lot for thses useful information


    strong obligation or necessity is expressed with ((must)) (has or have )to ,
    ::also there are
    am/is/are to ,
    example :

    .you are to be work by 8:00 am

    waiting for more grammar
    thanks again

    accept my passing



    Tina I never heard about this sentence is that correct?((you are to be work by 8:00 am.

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    اقتباس المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة tina مشاهدة المشاركة
    thanks a lot for thses useful information

    strong obligation or necessity is expressed with ((must)) (has or have )to ,
    ::also there are
    am/is/are to ,
    example :

    .you are to be work by 8:00 am

    waiting for more grammar
    thanks again

    accept my passing






    Thanks a lot tina for your participation
    As you said there are many ways to express necessity or obligation
    I just concentrate on the points which matter beginners
    Many thanks again

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    What a wonderful topic?? Well done teacher. Thanks a lot.
    Many thanks briht for your nice reply
    I think tina's sentence should be
    you are to be at work by 8:00 am
    But it's grammatically right
    Best of luck

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    Arrow Set or Sit

    Set or Sit?


    Set is a verb meaning "to put" or "to place."
    Example:
    He set the plate on the table.
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    ^
    ^
    Sit is a verb meaning "to be seated."
    Example:
    He sat on the couch next to the dog.

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    Arrow Accept or Except

    Accept or Except?

    Accept is a verb meaning "to receive" or "to approve."
    Example:
    "I accept your offer of the book."
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    ^
    ^
    Except is a preposition meaning "excluding" or "leaving out."
    Example:
    "He liked everything on the plate except the liver."

    Except can also be a verb meaning "to leave out" or "to exclude."
    Example:
    "He excepted all Corvettes from his list of favorite cars."

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    Arrow That or Which or Who

    That or Which or Who?

    Do not use which to refer to persons. Use who instead. That, though generally used to refer to things, may be used to refer to a group or class of people.

    Examples:
    The player who [not that or which] made the basket at the buzzer was named MVP.

    The team that scores the most points in this game will win the tournament

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    Arrow To or Too or Two

    To or Too or Two?

    "To generally shows direction.
    Too means 'also.'
    Two is the number.

    Example:
    We, too, are going to the meeting in two hours

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    Arrow Among or Between

    Among or Between?

    When only two are involved, the answer is easy: between.

    Example:
    Miss Mona sensed a barrier between her and Mr. Karam.


    With three or more, you have a choice. Use between if you're thinking of the individuals and their relations with one another.
    Example:
    There were several embarrassing exchanges between Lydia, Kitty, and Jane.

    Use among if you're thinking of the group.
    Example:
    Omar's arrival created a stir among the guests

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    Arrow Amount or Number

    Amount or Number?

    Amount should be used to refer to quantities that cannot be counted or cannot be expressed in terms of a single number.
    Example:
    "Repairing the Edsel took a great amount of work."


    Number is used for quantities that can be counted.
    Example:
    "A large number of deer ate the corn."

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    Arrow Listen or Hear

    Listen or Hear?

    Listen is used to talk about or describe sounds that are being made around you and which you are making an active effort to focus on.
    For example:
    Did you listen to the news last night on television?
    ^
    ^


    Hear is used for sounds that come to our ears, but we do not, unlike listen, need to be actively engaged in trying to listen to the sound - it can just come to your ears!




    For example:
    Mike heard a bang in the night which woke him up.

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