Which one in the following sentences is CORRECT?
A. I’ve smoked, but I don’t anymore.
B. I used to smoke, but I don’t anymore.
C. I smoked, but I don’t anymore.
Idioms Present Continuous TenseAccept vs. ExceptGerunds + To InfinitivePresent Simple Positive and NegativeZero ConditionalPersonal PronounsGrammar - either...or, neither...norConditionals III - Mixed 1st, 2nd & 3rd Conditionals
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My family, _________ I have never been apart, said goodbye to me at the airport.
A. from whom
B. to whom
C. at whom
D. with whom
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