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Say never has a person as the object. You say something or say something to someone. Say is often used when you are giving somebody’s exact words: “Sit down,” she said. Anne said, “I’m tired.” Anne said (that) she was tired. What did he say to you?You cannot use “say about,” but say something about is correct: I want to say something/a few words/a little about my family. Say can also be used with a clause when the person you are talking to is not mentioned: She didn’t say what she intended to do. TextRanch has helped me to improve my written skills as well as to communicate more naturally, like a local English speaker.
Gymglish has allowed me to improve my English. A daily routine I wouldn't miss for anything in the world! you want can be used if you first install it on your device and then type in the font name on Imgflip.Glenbeg Farm developed and expanded over the years under the stewardship of Ursula Kennedy. When she married into the Kennedy family with Jimmy, Ursula took control of the financial side of the business. Ursula had a great head for ideas and was very successful. She developed one of the first open farms in the country at that time and made very canny and sound investments. Ursula loved the limelight. She looked after herself, keeping regular beauty appointments and dressing with a great sense of style at all times. Jimmy was a farmer. Life for Jimmy was his animals and the farm. Born and bred in a rural environment, Jimmy had no time for the trappings of life. With Ursula, he had three children, Mark, Rob and Christine and for many years he gave off the illusion of contentment. I started to use TextRanch when I began to learn English. It has been an awesome way to improve my English skills. The immediate help that I received was reassuring and very satisfactory. Thanks." – priiiyanshuu July 2023
secret• 4 [ intransitive ] to let someone know a secret Promise you won't tell. “Who are you going out with tonight?” “ That would be telling!” (= it's a secret) Thanks to TextRanch, I was able to score above 950 on TOEIC, and I got a good grade on ACTFL OPIC as well. Find the answers with Practical English Usage online, your indispensable guide to problems in English.The very first thing excites me about Textranch is how much your editors care." – sepideh - Featured comment. instruct ( somewhat formal) to tell someone to do something, especially in a formal or official way: The letter instructed him to report to headquarters immediately. Still facing difficulties with 'Must vs. have to'? Improve your English with Gymglish's English lessons - try our online English course for free now and receive a free level