Is this sentence correct?
The first time I ever heard the word "***" was about six years ago, when *** movies were starting to be popular in our country.
I heard that word for the first time in my first *** movie I have ever seen.
Your first sentence is fine, but your second would probably sound better it you said, "I heard that word for the first time in THE first *** movie I EVER SAW."
Or, "The first time I heard that word was when I saw a **** movie for the first time."
("****" isn't "porn", is it? ;)
Thanks for ur correction.
I would like to join the opposite qualities in one sentence.
Jessica is polite.
Jessica is also rude.
I mean Jessica is polite as much as she is rude.
How should I write?
Jessica can be both polite and rude.
Thank you again Uriel.
When my friend don't want to go to somewhere,
can I ask like that?
" What do hesitate you to go there?"
Is that sentence correct?
I want to use the word "hesitate".
Not "what" -- it would be "WHY do you hesitate to go there?"
And notice that "you" goes BEFORE hesitate. Hesitating is something that you do, not something that is done to you, so this affects the word order.