hashi wrote:There were a lot of people in the town that day; and
There were a lot of people in town that day
"So far" implies you're reporting your progress on a task, in this case searching for things you want to ask about. You might in fact be doing that, but without you mentioning it first, "so far" sounds out of place.Ambery wrote:Hi again, I've found some new things I'd like to ask so far.
The difference for me isn't formality. "To meet somebody" can either refer to an unplanned (first) meeting or a planned meeting. "To meet with somebody" can only be a planned meeting. You're right though that when referring to an official meeting, "to meet with" sounds better.Ambery wrote:1. To meet somebody vs to meet with somebody. As far as I understand the second one is more formal, isn't it? Am I right to say that we can use "to meet with somebody" when we talk about two companies or presidents?
They are both correct. In the passive voice, however, I feel like "shown" is the better option.Ambery wrote:2. What's going on with "to show" forms? Is it show - showed - showed or show - showed - shown? If both, what are the difference?
Ambery wrote:When do you say "in town" instead of "in the town"?
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