Dec 25, 2016 - 10:31AM
Quote Reply Re: grammar
I made a mistake.
It would be " Happy birth day a person who lives of half of the
world " .
I try to use word "of" and "of" .
Is possible to use preposition "of" after verb "lives"
and "of"after adjective"half". I just want to know a grammar
Sorry Paul I'm English beginner.
What are you trying to say? It still doesn't make sense. If we can formulate your sentence, then Mr. Matthews will be better able to answer your queries.
" Happy birth day a person...
" Happy birthday to a person...
who lives of half of the
world " .
Do you mean to write: "...who lives off..." ?
What is this person doing? Can you write "...who lives of/off half of the world" in different words.
Thank you Garvais,
I means I live in Viet Nam , She lives in the USA.
Can I write Happy Birth day a person who lives far of half of the world?.
Ah! Now I understand.
to a person who lives far off, half a world away.
Thank you very much Garvais