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hey, thank u!

 投稿者:snoopy  投稿日:2005年 6月23日(木)04時23分39秒
  for ur email. I really had difficulty w/ excel, but ur email helped me. this  is "give and take." haha. I don't mind of giving u though. I am supposed to have SPSS program on my computer, but my computer does not have enough space to install it, so I usually use excel to deal with statistics. Well, thank u again for ur help. I am glad I could finish it on time!  
 

Maybe...

 投稿者:snoopy  投稿日:2005年 6月22日(水)15時18分46秒
  the way I told u works, because u don't have to know transitive or intransitive. Instead, just flip subject and object, and if it make sense, go ahead! If not, just change right way. That works. As I said before, we don't use difficult English words, sentences or things to explain. Essay contest is good example that winning essay is easy to read and understand it! Just think about that way, and if u do not want to make people confuse or feel hard, avoid them! Simple English is some time better than complex, difficult expressions! Well, I really have to deal with Excel. I have to finish my TT by tomorrow. I better go now...  

I am interested in...

 投稿者:lone wolf  投稿日:2005年 6月22日(水)00時11分23秒
  ur way of using passive voice. I will try this way to tell transitive from intransitive. I am careful when I use passive voice. Yep, I tried to use present perfect from my book, because it was very easy. But ur sentence was easier than mine. I just tried to use it, and I have no meaning to use it. I am going to avoid present perfect and past perfect, if I do not need to use them. Thank u for good advice. Good night.  

Did u use ur grammar book...

 投稿者:snoopy  投稿日:2005年 6月21日(火)15時34分16秒
  to write this BBS? Ur present perfect is not wrong. but if it was myself, I probably use past. Why? Because it is simple and easy to tell things. For me, ur sentences are just getting complex and confusing. When u can tell things in simple, easy way, don't use past perfect, present perfect or anything like that. I am not saying u can't use them, and I still think if u use them in right way, it is gonna help u, but when it is not necessary, u better avoid it. "I finished reading my grammar book." U can tell things that simple. Do u find any reason why u had to use present perfect? I don't think so. "I am going to remember them from easy words little by little." "Let me know if u find good way (to teach?)." "If I imitate ur expressions, I may get used to intransitive and transitive."  

I am not sure yet...

 投稿者:snoopy  投稿日:2005年 6月21日(火)15時13分6秒
  but very, very easy way to use passive voice is, only transitive words can make sense. Only transitive words can have an object. That means, if a word cannot take an object, that means it is intransitive words. An object is the word after verb that connect directly, and in my feeling, we tend to avoid prepositions. He walks along the street, make sense. However, if we change the subject, it is goiing to be "along the street is walked by him," and it does not make sense at all. The word "walk" is an example of intransitive words. when u r not sure whether u can use passive voice or not, then jus flip a subject and an object and see if it make sense or not. That's the way I usually do. It is my best to explain this. If it does not make sense, I have no idea how to explain this. Ask someone who knows English better than me. U usually don't have to worry about transitive or intransitive words, but when u make passive voice, remember that. Otherwise, it is going to have no sense. I don't know my sentences help u or not, because I tend to use transitive words more than intransitive. However, if u imitate my sentences, u will get some idea what i am talking to u right now.  

I have finished...

 投稿者:lone wolf  投稿日:2005年 6月21日(火)00時24分2秒
  to read the grammar book today. It did not have explanation of intransitive and transitive words. I am going to remember them from easy words a little by little. Let me know if u would notice something good way. I am going to check them from Internet or something. BTW, ur corrections are nice to me. If I imitate ur expressions I may get used to be intransitive and transitive. Good night.  

Let me think...

 投稿者:snoopy  投稿日:2005年 6月20日(月)14時40分42秒
  For me, it is very, very hard to explain intransitive and transitive words and passive voice as well. I use them by my experience and my feelings, so I really cannot explain to u right now. Let me think about it for a while. U check ur grammar book, internet or something. U bette get some idea about what's the difference b/w two of them, b/c u may have another problem as well. Let me try to explain them some time. "What I wanted to say was, "I still hope u come over this BBS in the future as well." Don't use want twice in a sentence, b/c it is really confusing and does not look nice. Well, sorry I can't explain to u, but I cannot deal w/ it right now. I will do my best...  

"What did u mean by here?"

 投稿者:lone wolf  投稿日:2005年 6月20日(月)01時04分5秒
  It was this BBS. I wanted to say I want you still to come this BBS also in the future. I wonder this explanation makes sense or not. It is difficult for me. Please correct this sentence. I noticed I could not tell transitive verb from transitive verb. haha. I think it is basic problem to me. Maybe, I understand a simple intransitive verb, but I do not understand the other. I think it is one of my problems. Sorry, but let me know how I do. Good night.  

I am wondering...

 投稿者:snoopy  投稿日:2005年 6月19日(日)13時13分12秒
  if I can explain well to u or not. If not, please check ur grammar book or something to understand what I meant. "I know I will be suffered from pains all of my body tomorrow or the day after tomorrow." Don't put in before "tomorrow." "I could figure out the difference between wish and hope by ur explanations, maybe." Hey, when u r using passive voice, u have to think about. Ur sentence meant that "hope and wish explanations figured out U!" Japanese and English grammar r different, and some times, u have to think about which is going to be subject. If u use an intransitive verb, it cannot take an object. Please be careful and read several times if it really make sense or not. If it does not make sense, that means subjects can use normal verb, and it does not have to be passive voice. And one more. U tend to use "maybe" after the sentences, but it is not grammatically right. Use "maybe," "probably" or "perhaps" before or in ur sentences. "I think I sometimes used hope." For this sentence, did u mean present perfect? In my opinion, past fits better than present perfect. Present perfect is not wrong, but if u use the word "sometimes" it is little confusing, because present perfect must be used when u express something from past to now. If u use "some time," it weakens continuity. It is totally my feeling, so I could be wrong. If it does not make sense, please reffer to ur grammar book to make sure. If I am wrong, let me know. Still, fro my experience, what u wrote is little confusing.  

My notes r,,,

 投稿者:snoopy  投稿日:2005年 6月19日(日)12時43分1秒
  a English grammar document, not a book. My HS teacher collected useful expressions from papers and books, and he used in his class to teach idioms or grammar. He said it was useful for entrance exams for Japanese colleges.  I think his note was really useful, because we may not need to use them all the time, but if we know it, it is going to explain things more accurate way. That's why I need it. Well, I am glad u figured out hope by my explaination. It was kinda hard for me, but I believe that's the difference b/w wish and hope. BTW, what did u mean by "I hope u'll come here to talk to me in THE future?" What did u mean by here? U have to explain "where" first time u address it. U seemed to have fun with ping-pong. I never played it before, but I am sure I am not good at it. haha.  

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