How do you say 2400000000?
Please resubmit your question as it is unclear to whom your referring to and about what. Thank you.
"He and I" can be used in any context in which it would be correct to say "I" alone. To check, drop the word describing the other person. If the sentence still makes sense, yo…u are correct. For example, to check the sentence "He and I went to the store" you drop the "he" and think "I went to the store". This is a correct usage of the word "I". When you check the sentence "My brother and me went to the store" you see that dropping the other person results in the incorrect sentence "Me went to the store"; therefore, you know that it is wrong and "I" should be substituted for "me".
It's just an opening pleasantry to initiate conversation.A little social device. No one wants a detailed acoount of your life or medical history .
I say tom-ay-to\n. \nyou say tom-ah-to
It is pronounced like the letter 'u'.
You would say 'had had to have'
you cannot say "he have" this is incorrect, it is " he has"
anything u want to say
If you are one of his friends then move on and still be his friend act like nothing happened that's the best thing to do... Hope I helped. Good luck!! :D
two billion, four hundred million
You say wen but it is spelled when. In older versions of English, the "wh" had a unique sound thatwould sound like "hw". So, when, instead of being pronounced "wen"like it is… today, would have been pronounced "hwen".
Because it's in the subjunctive tense. The subjunctive does notchange according to person (I, you, he, etc).