i've heard many people used this word and i was searching on google what's the meaning of that word but i still don't get it. the word is "SWAG" i hope you could help me teacher, and please gimme an example of how to use it in a sentence. thank you! :)
In English swag is slang for stolen property.
He hid the swag in his suitcase.
It can be used in other ways too. It can mean confidence or attitude. Can you give me an example sentence that you've seen?
i forgot teacher -__- but could you please give an example of swag which means about confidence or attitude ?
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It's been a while, and I'm back with a question :)
What's the difference between;
1) just what i need
2) just what i needed
Which one should I use when I say, "this is just what I..... need/needed"?
Hi Tyrant. Nice to see you again! How are things?
The usage of these phrases depends on the tense. Just means exactly in this sentence. Here are a couple of examples.
This sandwich is just what I need. This would be said when you are looking at a sandwich.
That sandwich was just what I needed. This would be said after you have eaten the sandwich.
I hope this helps.
Teacher, I'm confused when using 2 adverb " already" and "yet" , How can I use these words correctly?
I need you help :) and one more little things , its about " these" and " those" ? when I should use them, "these" and " those" ?
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The BBC has a good example of yet/already/still that perfectly answers your question - http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/grammar/learnit/l....
These and those is simpler to explain.
We use these as a plural of this. We are indicating something close to us.
We use those as a plural of that. We are indicating something further away from us.
If you have any further questions let me know. :)
hello Tr. Jamie
this is Jennie. i'd like to ask about IELTS as i have to take IS exam next month. please let me know if there's any information about IS test. i'll be looking forward your reply Tr. Jamie.
The IELTS test scores you on all four skills in English - reading, writing, speaking and listening. Make sure you know the format for a good academic essay. Find some example essays and look at the format, then try and write some essays yourself. If possible ask a native speaker to interview you and give you advice with speaking. Find as many example IELTS tests on the Internet and get familiar with the format. I hope this helps. Good luck! :)
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