A little Proplems.
HI! Please help me some tiny problems.
I) I've a sentence:" Singapore is famous for it shopping and restaurant"
There are 2 forms of question: " What's famous in Sing"
" What is Sing famous for"
Which is correct?
II) I have 2 sentences: " I wish it wasn't cold" and "I wish my room were larger". Why we can use : "was" & "were"?
Please also show me the mistakes in my text above!
tHANK yOU VeRYmUCH!
I) What is Singapore famous for?
II) Both sentences are correct. There is one difference in their style. The first sentence is used informally whereas the second one is a formal sentence. If you want to write a grammatically correct sentence, you should choose the second sentence.
If you look through other Topics, you can see that there is a big discussion over 'was' and 'were'.
One thing that I noticed about your question, was that you made a lot of grammatical and spelling mistakes generally.
Personally, I feel that it is much better to spell out words like 'Singapore'.
<<<Please help me some tiny problems. >>>
Please help me with some tiny problems.
<<<I've a sentence>>>
In written English it should be: I have a sentence.
If you wrote that in 'Word', it would probably say that it was a 'fragment'.
When not say: Please help me with the following sentence.
<<<There are 2 forms of question>>>
There are two forms of the question
<<<Which is correct? >>>
It is probably better to say: Which one is correct?
<<<Why we can use : "was" & "were"?>>>
When can we use the words: 'was' and 'were'?
<<<Please also show me the mistakes in my text above!>>>
Please can you also show me any mistakes that I might have made in the text above.
HARD WORK !!!
My mistake, or typo, and not one that would have been picked up by a Spell Checker.
<<<When not say: Please help me with the following sentence. >>>
Why not say: Please help me with the following sentence.>>>
I am now wondering whether or not to include a question mark.
Why not say: "Please help me with the following sentence."?