Second the question that i have for you is how can I work on my writhing to avoid writhing the way that I think,write or saying it in my language "Farsi",I mean how can I improve myself? Or what kind of method you can advise me to solve my bad habit?Finally I like to ask you why we should go to school in your experience? because in my understanding looks like you spend lots of your time at school
If you want to start thinking in English, you must read and listen to a lot of English! I mean a lot. The more you read the better you will get, but remember it takes a long time. If you feel comfortable, I would start reading real, full-length English books now. Non-fiction would be easier to start with than fiction because the language isn't as difficult. Pick a topic you are interested in and spend time with it.
To answer the second question, I do spend a lot of time at school! School is a great environment, because everyone is trying to improve themselves just like you. Everyone comes to make themselves better in some way. It could be English, math, or history, but everyone gets better. Of course, some jobs also require a degree, so it's not just about the environment, but also giving yourself the best future possible.
I need some help on grammar to write a better essay and I would be appreciate if you help me.
Sometimes I need to use a passive sentence in a paragraph. Should I write all the paragraph in the passive manner? May I use just one sentence in passive and continue the paragraph in active manner?
It is fine to just write one sentence in the passive voice. You do not have to write the whole paragraph in just the passive. You use it when you want to emphasize the object of the sentence or the subject is not important. If the subject should be emphasized or is more important, use the active. There is no reason to use just one or the other.
I have question about “Forms of Other”. For example, exercise 30 page 151 sentence number 4 wrote that: “No, let’s not use this printer. Let’s use _____ one.” I can put “the other” or “another” in the blank. Both answers are correct, but how can I be sure which one should I use?
You need to know more information to choose only one answer. Both are possible, but have different meanings. If there are only two computers, then you would choose "the other", but if there are many computers "another" is better. Saying "Let's use the other one," means it is on the only computer in the room you can choose. Saying "Let's use another one," means there are many computers in the room you can choose.
I have never done any essay before. I have some questions on essays. I don't really sure about of structure or form of essay. Would you please help me by giving me some example essays, and some websites that I can look at.
Essays can be difficult the first time, but they get much easier after a couple times practicing. Here is a link to an example. The essay is on the right and the structure is on the left. The colors in the structure on the left match the example on the right.
I had problems with some specific grammer, and it is the the way to use phrase 'has had' and 'had had'. I used to be always curious when I saw those phrase in the sentences. It was funny when I first saw ' has had ' in the sentence, because I never thought that phrase exists. So I looked up a lot of sites that talks about ' has had' thing, but I couldn't understnad those explanations clearly. So, I am emailing you with question, and I really appreciate for your help.
“Has had” and “had had” are both part of the perfect aspect. You should know English has three tenses (past, present, and future) and four aspects (simple, progressive, perfect, and perfect progressive). “Has had” is the present perfect for the third person (he, she, it) and “had had” is the past perfect. Some examples:
A: Has John ever had a motorcycle before now? (This is talking about the present)
B: Yes, he has had a motorcycle.
A: Did John have a motorcycle before college? (This is talking about the past)
B: Yes, he had had a motorcycle.