Need some help with English my friends.
I'm feeling really bad and my head is swaying so I can't into any of the tasks right now but I need them due tomorrow.
If anyone is willing to do them that would be grand.
Gonna be dumping some documents in a few.
Well yeah, where there are "..." or "... (not)" things.
It just says suitable modal verbs, so it's as free style as suitable modal verbs go, not literally anything I assume.
Since it's a grammar task.
And thanks, this is only a small part of the whole task but since I posted it I already did a reasonable amount of work.
It's in a different language though so I only posted the English to English segments.
Yeah, I realized the "suitable modal verbs" after giving it a second read.
>You could learn a lot there.
>You should go up there more often.
>He said he was called away unexpectedly and dared not to see you again.
>I can't tell it to you.
>But he couldn't have gone
This part threw me for a loop.
>He says he mustn't trust you round the corner.
>What might you do round the corner?
>I might do a lot of things.
And now I see it's connected.
>But can you be a cheat if you don't know what it is?
>I can't, of course. I am not one.
>Should I ask him if he is a cheat?
>I don't think you should.
>He won't like it.
>And I think you could have made a mistake about the word altogether.
>You could have been dead.
>I should not think what you could have been doing.
>I suppose it may have been Flora.
>She could have done it.
>You might be an idiot.
>will soon become
>will soon begin
>will eventually increase
>will not necessarily recover
>will go by
>will not absorb
>stops, will always be
>melt, will rise
>recycle, will be
>fell, will happen
>don't stop, will eventually grind
>will happen, run out
>finally start, will need
>weren't, will the world be
>don't stop, will become
>jumped, will be
>thousands more will die soon if the don't get help
>if we don't do something soon, things will get much worse
>If they send food, that will help to save lives [According to my style manual, it would actually be "that will help save lives".]
>It will be too late if they don't do something soon
>What will happen if the country cannot get enough food
>if our government won't be willing to help, we will have to ask people to send us money.
>We will be very grateful if people send what they can afford.
>if everyone in the country gives just 10p, we will have a lot of money
>if people know exactly what things were like in Omagua, they will want to help.
>If people hear about the problem, as they're doing now, then they will help, I'm sure.
>If people post money to us tomorrow, the food will be in Omagua by the end of the week.
>If your organization didn't exist, things will be much less hopeful.
>Trevor and Alison wore their anoraks. Gary and Emma wouldn't have gotten wet if they had their anoraks.
>If they hadn't forgotten to bring a map, they wouldn't have lost the way.
>They wouldn't have been late if they had gone the right way.
>but they would have been able to eat there if the cafe hadn't been closed for the day.
>If they had any food with them, they wouldn't have been hungry.
>If the weather hadn't been better by this time, they wouldn't have decided to go on to Raveley.
>If she hadn't fallen, she wouldn't have hurt her leg.
>They wouldn't have missed their bus home if they hadn't gotten to Raveley so late.
>If there had been any other transport, they wouldn't have rung their friend Adam.
>Luckily if he hadn't been at home, he wouldn't have been able to come and fetch them in his car.
>will keep, would've built
>wouldn't stop, were
>had been, wouldn't have had to, wouldn't have happened
>wouldn't have bought, knew
>were, would be
I think that's everything. Hail Mantorok.