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    My dialogue/help
    Message from suhasini posted on 26-10-2016 at 10:16:23 (D | E | F)
    Hello,
    Could you help me with this dialogue please? I learned past,present,future tenses,not clearly.I know the basics,so I've decided to write a dialogue on tenses.If you notice any mistakes,please help me.
    Thanks in advance for any help,

    The other day I met a very old friend of mine,her name is revathi.
    Revathi:Hi,How have you been?
    Me:Hello there,I'm good thank you,How are you doing.
    Revathi:I'm also good,what are you doing?
    Me:I'm learning English.
    Revathi:Oh,that's nice.How long have you been learning English?
    Me:In November 17,I'll have been learning English for 2 months.
    Revathi:Well,what are you going to do today?
    Me:I don't know,probably I will take a rest.
    Revathi:Okay,Would you like to have a lunch with me?
    Me:Yeah,sure.When shall we meet?
    Revathi:Tomorrow at 12p.m,I'll pick you up at 11:30 a.m.
    Me:Okay,I'll meet you then bye.
    Revathi:bye,see you soon.

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    Edited by lucile83 on 26-10-2016 16:33


    Re: My dialogue/help from gerondif, posted on 26-10-2016 at 23:08:18 (D | E)
    Hello,
    mistakes in blue, repairs in green
    The other day, I met a very old friend of mine,her name is revathi.
    Revathi:Hi,How have you been?
    Me:Hello there,I'm good (I'm fine) thank you,How are you doing ?
    Revathi:I'm also good (fine),what are you doing?
    Me:I'm learning English.
    Revathi:Oh,that's nice.How long have you been learning English?
    Me:In(on or by) November 17,I'll have been learning English for 2 months.
    Revathi:Well,what are you going to do today?
    Me:I don't know,probably I will take a rest.
    Revathi:Okay,Would you like to have a lunch with me?
    Me:Yeah,sure.When shall we meet?
    Revathi:Tomorrow at 12p.m,I'll pick you up at 11:30 a.m.
    Me:Okay,I'll meet you then bye.
    Revathi:bye,see you soon.



    Re: My dialogue/help from suhasini, posted on 27-10-2016 at 05:06:43 (D | E)
    Hello,
    Yes but we often use 'in' before months and 'on' before days.Why do you suggest 'on' instead of 'in'?

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    Edited by lucile83 on 27-10-2016 08:48



    Re: My dialogue/help from gerondif, posted on 28-10-2016 at 16:30:35 (D | E)
    Hello,
    I was born in 1953: in + year
    I was born in March,1953: in + month
    I was born in March.
    I was born on the fourth of March, 1953: on + day
    I was born on Tuesday, the fourth of March, 1953: on + day
    I was born on the seventeenth of November.

    In November (2016) ,I'll have been learning English for 2 months.
    On November 17th, I'll have been learning English for 2 months.(GB)
    On November 17, I'll have been learning English for 2 months.(US and modern usage)
    On the seventeenth of November,I'll have been learning English for 2 months.





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