Saying is expressing yourself with words. It could be a report or just a conversation even, but there is meaning behind what is being said.
No means no!
There are many sayings in the world. The biggest saying known in entertainment is break a leg meaning good luck.
Another way to say 'such as' is, 'For example,' or when written, you can abbreviate it as: 'e.g.,' which also means 'for example' or such as.
...uh... where are we. Thats how you say it.
Of course you can. I said it at a party yesterday and a good time was had by all. You can also say "is had" (When we party a good time is had by all.) And you can say "wi…ll be had" (When the party starts a good time will be had by all.)
If you want someone to say " i love you" i highly suggest losing about 15lbs, shaving your private area and taking at least one shower this week.
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No, the correct phrase is 'he does it'.
the proper way would be to say you and I. In earlier grammar people used this phrase instead of you and me because it simply didn't sound right. Or for several reasons it didn…'t make sense at time in your writing.
That is the rule. If I were you I would talk to her now. For this type of conditional sentence (impossible conditions) were is used for all subjects: If he were king he …would........ If they were the government they would ........
The indefinite article is a or an. But how do we know when to say a and when to say an? The rule is really very simple. It depends on the sound at the start of the… following word. (It does not depend on the way we write the following word, it depends on the way we say it. :)