Is he using you?

If he only calls after 12:00, he's using you. If you're the only one who goes down, he's using you. If he never pays for condoms, he's really using you.
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When do you use a or an?

A and An are indefinite articles as opposed to The which is adefinite article. Indefinite articles signal that the noun beingmodified refers to any member of the group, where (MORE)

When to use I or me?

"I" is always the subject of a verb, and never, but never, oh no, not EVER the object of a verb or a preposition. "Me" is always the object of a verb or a preposition. Read to (MORE)
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Where can you use will?

I assume that you mean 'will' as a verb, as opposed to 'shall'. In the first person, forming the future tense with 'will' implies determination, whereas forming it with 'shal (MORE)

Can 'is' be used with i?

The pronoun 'I' can never be used correctly with the verb 'is.' Correct ways of using 'is' in present, past, and future tense include: . I am (PRESENT TENSE) . I was (PAST T (MORE)

Do you use have or has after the or a?

Have refers to something that you are in possesion of at the moment. (Do you have THE movie? Do you have A movie?) usually asking a question. it sounds akward saying, "She hav (MORE)

When do you use will have?

The auxiliary verbs "will have" form the future perfect tense,indicating an action that is completed in the future (e.g. Iwill have found several by then ). The related condi (MORE)

How do you use am?

The word ain't is a contraction of am not. I am going to use proper English every chance I get.

When do I use was or were?

Was is the singular past tense of the verb to be. I was, He was, She was, It was. The dog was, the cat was, etc. Were is the plural past tense--They were, we were, you were, t (MORE)

When do we use in and on?

In is used when you are stating yourself or someone else is inside of something, for Example, "My friend and I were IN the room", On is used when you want to state that yourse (MORE)