We used it to indicate that you are not sure of the statement, and you may be wrong
A. as long as
B. as far as i know
C. as far as i´m concerned
D. as far as i concern
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Regular VerbPresent vs. Past Participle Phenomenon(s) vs. PhenomenaSimple PresentPresent Continous TenseModals for Advice, Obligation/Prohibition, Necessity and Lack of NecessityComparisonsModalSimple Past vs Past Continuous Tense
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We __________ English classes for one month. Tomorrow we have class again.
B. has had
C. have have
D. have had
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What is the past form of “write”?
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