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Dear Sir.

Could you tell me the difference between Yours sincerely and Yours faithfully
by the end of a letter.

Thank you for your reply

Andy

 

Dear Andy

'Sincerely' for personal friends
'faithfully ' for any business letter for somebody you know only slightly , but
if you know the person well , even in a business letter you may use '
sincerely'.

TLY

Dear Sir,

My daughter is 2 years old and I want to give her some toilet training. I
wonder if there is any difference between "peepee" and "weewee"? Besides,
what is the informal verb of excretion? Is the word "pullpull" correct?

Thank you for answering my questions!

Yours sincerely,
Iris

 

Dear Iris,

Wee-wee is correct
Poo-poo or pooh-pooh is correct .
See Oxford Advanced Learner's English -Chinese Dictionary .

TLY

Mr Yang

My English is not good since I am primary student.How can I improve my
english?


Ken

 

Dear Ken,

You need to read , write , listen and speak as often as you can . Start with
listening and reading . Writing and speaking are more difficult because you may find no one to speak or write to .

TLY

楊先生:
您好!
本人於辦公室替同事接聽電話時,來電的一位朋友(香港人)喜歡以英語交帶過事情後,突然沒頭沒尾地講出一句"Whom am I talking to" ---希望知道我是誰,但辦公室內一位英籍老先生卻認應該用"who's
speaking please?"
請問"Whom am I talking to " 文法上是否有問題?
謝謝!

charlie

 

Dear Charlie

" Whom I am talking to " is bad English . Wrong grammar .
" To whom am I talking " is correct .
"Who is speaking , please " is correct .

TLY

 
 
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