"Guess who we saw today" is a command, and is considered acceptable grammar. actually, that person is wrong. It is actually incorrect. Though it is a command, since the person "who" is the direct object and is not the subject, it would then be changed to whom. So the correct answer would be, "Guess whom we saw today." I know, strange sounding, but it is grammaticaly correct.
Well, "I saw you today" would work just fine.
Le he visto hoy = I saw him today
It is grammatically correct to say , "I am in school today." This is because you are in the building, not at the building.
saw. Today, I see a tree. Yesterday, I saw a tree.
Yes, by the end of today is correct. It's not a complete sentence, though.
You say her in a sentence like: I saw her at the park (instead of I saw Ellie May at the park).You say she in a sentence like: She saw me at the park, or She went to the park today.
Te vi hoy.
Yes, you can say that; we've got today to get this job done.
"Did you saw a film last weekend?" is incorrect.The correct way is to say "Did you see a film last weekend?"
If she were here is the answer. 'If she Were Here' is the correct answer but I guess both can be accepted.
It is correct to say that you saw it.Never say 'you seen it'.If using the word seen, it must be accompanied by the word have or had. I have seen is the present perfect tense and had seen is the past perfect tense.you saw - Affirmative; you did not see - Negative; did you see? - Interrogative.
In the past tense you would say "I have seen God today", because that is something you 'have' done. You could also say "I saw God today". This makes sense due to the lack of the word 'have'. In most other languages there is only one way of using the past tense, in English there are three. 'I did see God today', 'I have seen God today', and 'I saw God today'.
It is correct, but it would be nicer to use the baby's name, as in "How is Johnny today?"
Yes, that sentence is grammatically correct.
You would say either "today" or "this morning"
"We were informed it will be corrected today" is a correct sentence. However, it might sound a little better to say "We were informed that it will be corrected today."
You could say " It's him ! The man I saw following us." Or you could say " It's he who wants to go not I."
No. It would be either "you saw" or "you have seen" or "have you seen?" depending on context.
The correct grammar is "Gary and Louise saw a deer last week."
Same way in English, only with softer A's SAW-VAWN-AW, i guess is how an English speaking person would say it
No. It is however ungrammatical if you are trying to say "She saw a derby.", however if derby is a name for someone or something unique than it it correct.
Well I guess you could say that too; you'd probably be correct.
no you would say we or you me and him!1