Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Gramma"

Ejemplos de oración usando "Gramma"

Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con I have sent
I had sent
I sent
Which one the gramma is correct?.
A: I have sent - " I have sent your exam
paper work today "

I had sent - "I had sent something for
you"

I sent - "I sent something for my mom
birthday".


hope this thing will helping you 😊😉
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con what is gramma.
A: Gramma is a nick name for grandma/grandmother.

My gramma was baking cookies and cleaning the silver.

Palabras similares a "Gramma" y sus diferencias

Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre gramma y communication ?
A: Grammar is using words and punctuation correctly together. Communication is being able to talk to someone and understand

Otras preguntas sobre "Gramma"

Q: Hey. I'm doing gramma training and have this sentence:
He [appear] at the Theatre next week.

Why right answer is - is appearing, but isnt - will appear?
A: When he have plan to do that, we use is appearing
When he just make the decision right at the moment he is talking or think about it, we use will appear

I hope this helps
Q: "She don't care" it's wrong gramma but why it's used in a song(Ticket to ride by The Beatles).
A: Gramatically is incorrect, but you can use it in the informal language, and represents the same that "She doesn't care"
Q: I'm not sure for my gramma. I try ro make a sentense with a present perfect tense. So,if I wrong I want you advise to me. Please,give me some suggestion🙇‍♀️🙇‍♀️

Have them called yet?
No,they haven't called yet.

Has Bell change her hairstyle?
Yes,she has already change her hairstyle.

Has Chan read that book yet?
No,he hasn't read yet.

Has she showered yet?
Yes,she just has showered.

Has Lemon drunk a coffee yet?
No,she hasn't drunk a coffee yet.

All of it is my homework and I don't wanna get a zero point. lol

Thank you❤
A:
Have THEY called yet?
No,they haven't called yet.

Has Bell changeD her hairstyle?
Yes,she has already changeD her hairstyle.

Has Chan read that book yet?
No,he hasn't read IT yet.

Has she showered yet?
Yes,she just showered. NO HAS you could say “yes, she has just showered,” but it sounds kind of strange.

Has Lemon drAnk a coffee yet?
No,she hasn't drAnk a coffee yet.
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? What? Your gramma is only 56? What a young gramma!
A: Gramma is fine, but the correct word is "grandma."

Gramma is like a nickname people to their grandmother, just like Mama/Mommy is a nickname for mothers and Daddy is a nickname for fathers.

I don't often hear people refer to their grandmothers as Gramma. I hear Granma more often.

They way you phrased your sentence gives me the impression that you're talking to a child.

Think of it as this, "Your mommy is only 56?"

Does replacing gramma with mommy help clarify?

I suggest, when talking to someone that's not a young child, use grandma. Otherwise, you would sound condescending.

I hope I was of help, and did a good job explaining. If you have anymore questions, feel free to ask them.
Q: Staying up is bad for your health.——Is it correct in gramma?Do you have some better way to write this sentence?
A: I would write 'staying up late', but the rest of the sentence is fine.

Also, it's 'grammar' not 'gramma'

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