Dating site shortforms
Could we rearange in the same position like all above short questions?
Could you please clarify to me the question "What as" in the sentence "They are going to a fancy dress party. I suppose the right shape for short questions is "WH... However there is one short question which is different: "For how many".
If we want to be more polite we can use a longer question: A: I’m going to London on Monday.
If you think about it, whose usually tasked with sending out the email newsletter?
It’s usually someone who’s specialty is not marketing, who’s not technical, and has a never ending “to-do” list. And by looking at their home page, they make this very clear: Not to mention, if you have ever used their service – everything from campaign creation to sending out your emails is really simple and clear. They are a little more subtle about their USP, but they definitely address “Why you should buy from them”. Hubspot featured a company on their blog that increased their conversions 105.9% by having a clear call-to-action that leads to a whitepaper.
We sometimes put a short tag at the end of a comment. If the comment is affirmative we normally use a negative tag: A: It’s a lovely day.
Sometimes we put a tag on the end of a statement: It’s a lovely day, isn’t it? B: So do I = [I love Indian food, too.] A: They’ve just bought a new computer.
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