What would you like to do?
What is apetamin used for?
Apetamin contains a unique combination of Cyproheptadine, Lysine and Vitamins, Cyproheptadine and lysine being an essential and limiting amino acid helps to promote appetite. Beside helping in the synthesis of collagen tissue. lysine also helps to improve immunity during infancy, childhood & adolescence. The water soluble vitamins in Apetamin being coenzymes helps to absorb the amino acid lysine through the intestinal villi faster and assist bin better utilization of Lysine. They also improve immunity and help to correct marginal vitamin deficiency.
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"Do" is the verb you would use if you are talking about either I or You; otherwise, this word is used with plural subjects. You would say "I do" and "You do" but would s…ay "They do," "Brothers do," "Dogs do" and "Many do." You would use "does" if your subject is singular. "It does," "She does," "My brother does," or "A dog does."
At is a preposition. And is a conjunction.
I do this, he / she does this, we do this , they do this Do I go? Does he go ? Do we go? Do they go ?
it is used as an apetite enhancer.manufactured by an Indian company. Sri Lanka recently suspended its sale in the country after finding an insect in a bottle sold by a pharmac…y in a remote area
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Between midnight and noon.
People, food, corn, wheat, oranges, almost anything
To depict wish. e.g. If I were a painter.
You use "do" when you are asking a question or wyou are asking a command/order.
no because at we do them because she did.
You use "has" when your talking in present tense, example: She has a pencil. You use "as" when you are comparing to things, example: He is as smart as a genius. --Twocute
I is a personal pronoun ,generally used in the following way:- -I am a smart person. -I declined his invitation.;etc.
present time: have, like: i have a new cell phone. past tense: i had a new cell phone. another person (know as second person) he has a new cell phone.
Example sentence - The goat jumped on the top of the dog house.
We use and and but when we want to combine two sentences. For example=Who are you? What do you want? Ans=Who are you and what do you want?