How rightly write to English?

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“Hello. America? It's me.”

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Rostov-na-Donu

#1 Jan 27, 2013
1. "He hasn't done yet homework."
or
2. "He hasn't done homework yet."

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#2 Jan 27, 2013
2.

“Hello. America? It's me.”

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Rostov-na-Donu

#3 Jan 27, 2013
thanks

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#4 Jan 27, 2013
He hans't yet done homework.

“Hello. America? It's me.”

Since: Oct 12

Rostov-na-Donu

#5 Jan 27, 2013
Dimitri100. I argued with my son. My version was the 1. He won. (This phrase from of the schools homework assignment for English)

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#6 Jan 27, 2013
Version 1 is wrong.

2 & 3 are correct.

“In the cockles of weirdness”

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#7 Jan 27, 2013
Leonid-Rostow wrote:
1. "He hasn't done yet homework."
or
2. "He hasn't done homework yet."
He hasn't done homework yet.

As in he hasn't done any homework.
Small Town America UGX

United States

#8 Jan 27, 2013
He hasn't done his homework yet.

I never did mine and look where I ended up, stuck for months in a sewer drain below Atlantic City waiting for a grand flush.:(

“In the cockles of weirdness”

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#9 Jan 27, 2013
Small Town America UGX wrote:
He hasn't done his homework yet.
I never did mine and look where I ended up, stuck for months in a sewer drain below Atlantic City waiting for a grand flush.:(
yeah at first I was going to say that but you could also say "the" homework" or even "my" homework if he's doing somebody else's homework.
Leonid said his son got it right so.....

“Hello. America? It's me.”

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Rostov-na-Donu

#10 Jan 28, 2013
Thanks friends. I'm understand, that i'm goof...

Since: Aug 12

Antalya, Turkey

#11 Jan 28, 2013
if you asking me , neither

3) He didnt do homework

This. More easier more simple.

Turkish stylaaaa

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#12 Jan 29, 2013
Dimitri100 wrote:
He hans't yet done homework.
No.

That splits "has done".

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#13 Jan 29, 2013
Leonid-Rostow wrote:
Thanks friends. I'm understand, that i'm goof...
lol. Now you sound like an English speaker from India, using the "am" when not necessary, but without the "ing" ending for the verb.

"I'm understand" = "I am understand"
should be
"I understand"

Let me explain.

"I" is a Pronoun which is being used in place of your name, which would be a Proper Noun.

"Am" is a form of the infinitive Verb "to be".

"I am" is a complete sentence in itself. It has a Noun and a Verb, Subject and Predicate.

"Understand" is a form of the infinitive Verb "to understand". The subject of a simple sentence does not need two Verbs.

So

"I understand" is best.

Also, I think you meant "I goofED" ... as in "made an error".

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#14 Jan 29, 2013
B_Girl_Turco wrote:
if you asking me , neither
3) He didnt do homework
This. More easier more simple.
Turkish stylaaaa
"More easier" ??

easy, easier, easiest.

"easier" is "simpler".

“Hello. America? It's me.”

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Rostov-na-Donu

#15 Jan 30, 2013
Sniper, big thanks. I will to seek advices. Checking homework assignment of English (my son) and there are many many questions.

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#16 Jan 30, 2013
snyper wrote:
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No.
That splits "has done".
.

Does not split meaning, it's grammatically correct.

“Hello. America? It's me.”

Since: Oct 12

Rostov-na-Donu

#17 Jan 30, 2013
Homework school too:
Boys:

Have you met famous people?
Have you tried English tea?
Have you ever fallen
off a very high tree?
Have you ever played golf?
Have you lost? Have you won?
And what's the coolest thing
you have ever done?

Misha:

I have met Elton John,
And I've tried English tea.
I have never fallen
off a very high tree.
But when I was eleven,
I did a parachute jump.
And that's the coolest thing
I have ever done.

Boys:

Have you ever found money?
Have you travelled to Spain?
Have you ever gone
on a jumbo jet plane?
Do you know how to dive?
Have you swum in the sea?
And what's the coolest thing
you have ever seen?

Misha:

I have never found money,
and I haven't been to Spain.
And I've never gone
on a jumbo jet plane.
But I've seen a giraffe,
It walked down our street.
And that's the coolest thing
I have ever seen.
Need exercise :
Match the questions with the answers from the poem.

Model: Have you met famous people? I have met Elton John.

My son written that:
1. Have you tried English tea?- I tried English tea.
2.Have you ever fallen off a very hight tree?- I have never fallen off a very hight tree.
3.What the coolest thing you have ever done?- I did a parachute jump.
4.Have you ever found money?- I have never found money.
5.Have you travelled to Spain?- I haven't been to Spain.
6.Have you ever gone on a jumbo jet plane?- I never gone on a jumbo jet plane.
7.What the coolest thing you have ever seen - I seen a giraffe.and that's the coolest thing I have ever seen.
It's right?
hmmm

United States

#18 Jan 30, 2013
1.(better) Have you ever tried English tea? Yes, I have tried.....

2. high tree, not hight tree.

3.(better) I once did a parachute jump or (I have been parachute jumping (if more than once).

6. I have never gone (flown is better) on a....

7. I have seen a giraffe and.....
hmmm

United States

#19 Jan 30, 2013
snyper wrote:
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"More easier" ??
easy, easier, easiest.
"easier" is "simpler".
'More easy than' is OK.

'Easier than' is OK
hmmm

United States

#20 Jan 30, 2013
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