Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Corect"

Die Bedeutung von "Corect" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet i do corect???
A: 28. b
36. a
37. c

Beispielsätze die "Corect" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit it is corect :he will have gone to campus
why not ; he will has go to campus....???
thank for the answer

A: We construct the future perfect as: he + will + have + the past participle of the verb. See

Übersetzungen von "Corect"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? back to the future. back to future which one is corect? why do i speak preposition to teach me!
A: I'm not sure if I'm explaining this well. Ask if you're still confused
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? which is corect? any recommend for me or any recommendation for me?
A: Any recommendations for me is the proper way to say it.
An example of this in a sentence would be
"I'm not sure what to eat, any recommendations?"

Andere Fragen zu "Corect"

Q: both are corect , right ? poor
A: Yes, that’s great. There is some variation in how we say “poor” actually.
Q: Bitte zeig mir, wie man "All corect" and "Ol korekt" ausspricht.
A: They're pronounced the same. The second is a misspelling of the first. Jackson tried to write "all correct" but didn't know the right vowels or whether to use a "c" or a "k".
Q: Would you check and corect my English?

Hello, everyone. Thank you for being here today.
I am a freshman at Kobe University.
Today, I talk about Yosakoi, because I would like you to know the fun of Yosakoi.
Do you know Yosakoi? Yosakoi is traditional dance born in Kochi after World War 2. Then, Yosakoi was spread around Japan.
I belong to yosakoi team called Yamabiko. Yamabiko is an intercollege team, so many people from other college belong too.
In this presentation, I want to talk episode that I met Yosakoi in my childhood. Second, I want to talk about the charm of Yosakoi.
   First, I tell you my story that I met Yosakoi. When I went to elementary school, in my hometown, we have Yosakoi festival called GOZARE GO-SHU. At that time, I belonged to the kid’s yosakoi team. This is the first time I met Yosakoi. In this festival, many teams join in, from kids to adults. I knew the fun of Yosakoi and I like doing Yosakoi. This is my start of Yosakoi. This picture is my memory of yosakoi.
Then, when I become a high school student, I knew many teams from the various university. Their dance, costume, and smile are very beautiful and attractive. I admire it. I decide to do Yosakoi in university.
Next, I want to introduce the charms of Yosakoi. One of them is performance made by themselves. In all Japan, many festivals are held every year. And many teams join it with their performance. They make choreography and design their costumes. It is very beautiful and gorgeous. Of course, it is difficult to dance well. I practice hard every time, but it cannot go through well easily. I think it is also a charm of Yosakoi. Yosakoi is difficult but fun.
To sum up, in this presentation, I talked about Yosakoi. First, I introduced my chance I met yosakoi. Second, I talked about the charm of Yoskaoi. Many people in this class may not see Yosakoi. If you are interested in Yosakoi through this presentation, I feel happy. Our team Yamabiko now practice new performance for the festival held in Wakayama in August. Also, we dance in Kobe. Please look at our performance and know it.
Thank you for listening.

Are these sentences natural?
A: Thank you for your quick and polite response. I'll do it. I think surely it can be a good presentation, thanks to you!
Q: Please, corect the sentences

1. If only I went out tonight. The football Cup Final is on TV.
2. I do wish you had listened to me more carefully. I’ve said the same thing three times already.
3. If only someone told me not to buy that cell phone. It’s been nothing but trouble since I bought it.
4. I wish the sun appeared! Then we could go to the park and play tennis.
5. If only that car weren’t so expensive. There’s no way I can afford one.
6. Like most of the other students, I wish we perfectly passed exams at the end of this course.
7. If only you were nearer! Then I could see you every single day.
8. I wish I didn’t eat all those sushi. They’ve given me stomach-ache.
9. I wish something exiting happened to me in the next few days.
A: 2 is perfect! No corrections needed 😉

3 If only someone had told me not to buy that cell phone! It's been nothing but trouble since I bought it.

4 I wish the sun would come out so we could go to the park and (or 'to') play tennis!
I wish the sun would come out; then, we could go to the park and/to play tennis!

5 If only that car weren't so expensive; there is no way I can afford it.
I wish that car weren't so expensive; there's no way I can afford it.

6 Like most students, I wish I could pass my final exams.

7 If only you were nearer, I could see you every day! (*single is optional, as it's implied)
I wish you were nearer! Then, I could see you every (single) day.

8 I wish I hadn't eaten all that sushi*. It's given me a stomach-ache!
or - It's made my stomach hurt!
*sushi is considered a collective noun, so you can use a singular 'it'.

9 I wish something exciting would happen to me in the next few days.
I hope something exciting happens to me in the next few days.

I am a bit confused about #1. Are you saying you wish you -would- have gone out, or that you wish you -wouldn't- have gone out?

I hope these help!
Q: which one is corect or both
1. We eat fruit from my grandfather's garden.
2. We eat fruit from the garden of my grandfather.
A: Both are correct.

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