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Neither of them knows Do either of you speak swedish?

I have seen in this page this two sentences:Neither of them knows Do either of you speak swedish?I don’t understand why the verb is in singular in the first sentence…

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Quiero saber la diferencia entre None y Neither.

This is a good question. We use ‘none’ to speak about ‘zero’ in a group of three or more things. None of the cars have air conditioning. (3 or more…

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What’s the difference between get somebody to do something & have somebody do something if there is any?

Gracias Vanesa por tu pregunta! Los verbos let, make, have y get tienen una estructura parecida a la de want, es decir siempre les sigue un infinitivo. La diferencia es que…

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¿Cuáles son las diferencias entre los tres tiempos verbales condicionales?

Gracias Pepa por tu pregunta sobre los condicionales. Estos tiempos verbales siempre presentan dificultades, así que no estás sola! Pero es bastante sencillo de aprender cuando te lo han explicado….

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What is the difference between ‘enough’ and ‘plenty’?

Thank you, Javier, for your question!   It’s quite common that students have problems with ‘plenty’. Remember that:   Enough = sufficient A lot = a high degree or number…

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Is it possible to say “He earns money enough”? Where do you put enough?

Thank you Pablo for your question! When you use ‘enough’ with a verb, ‘enough’ goes before the verb: He earns enough money.     Remember, we use ‘enough’ to say…

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Why is it not correct to say “Who did call her?”

Esteban, this is an excellent question and common area of confusion. It is true what you say. The correct version would be:   Who called her?   Let me see…

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My friend has said that it is not possible to say “I like it too good”. Is it possible?

Thank you for your question, Mario. Without understanding the exact context, I can answer that, NO, it is not possible to say that. I imagine that you want to say,…

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Is it possible an easy explanation for Make and do?

Thank you Jose Maria for your question. These are two of the most commonly confused verbs in the English language for Spanish speakers! Let me see if I can help…

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What is the difference between the past continuous and the past simple?

  Thank you Paula for your question! These are two tenses that Spanish speakers sometimes confuse. The past continuous implies two actions happening at the same time. The past simple…

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