Is it proper to say I live by the store or near the store?
It depends on what variety of English you speak, I would say either is correct.
If the store was next to your house, you would indeed live BY the store.
well i would say if you live near a windixe close to your neiberhood you can go and look around for the memberships
J'habite près de ...
Near Pulaski's candy store
Well I'd say you'd buy it at a apple store if you live near one.Because they can give you a lot of info on it.or if you want you can go almost anywhere else like target toys r us or any other store mostly
Because they like to say hi.
J'habite près de Stockport.
"French patois" isn't really à proper language as every regions of France have its own. In my region (near Toulouse) we say "bounsoun", near Perpignan they say "ola" (sounds like "hola" because of the proximity of Spain).
On the advertisement, it could say that a new football is in the store, Walmart. However, it could be other Walmarts that they talk about, whereas the Walmart near you hasn't had them shipped to them yet.
Its Proper To Say I Saw That
Yo vivo cerca de la escuela
not really you can live next to one only when its I'd say 70 degrees - 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
People live near mount mayon because of the good sources that they can get. when we say good sources it means by good food, water and the jobs. Even though there are disadvantages about it these are some of the reasons why people choose to live near the volcanoes. Hope this helps. JJJJJJJJ
I think they do I would say no more than an hour away.
Is it proper English to say or no at the end of a question For example Would you like to go to the store or no It makes me cringe every time I hear it?
"Would you like to go to the store or not?" Would be the grammatically correct version I believe.
it would be proper to say i am fine and how are you
It is proper grammar to say, "I bet you".
I would say a pet store or someone who breeds them for their snakes. But best would be if you find a breeder. Because the pets from zoo etc are very often sick. But it's your choice. Good luck!
I think it's proper grammar to ask your question like this: Is it proper grammar to say, "an hour"?
Will there be a new IKEA store opening in southeastern Wisconsin ie Richfield near Cabellas or Oconomowoc area?
Yes, hopefully there will be a new Ikea furniture store opening near southeastern Wisconsin but at present we cannot say as we are not completely sure it will be as close as you expect it to be,- lets hope so though!
Well, grammatically that is correct and proper. I don't know what your contextual framework is but like I said it is proper to say that.
"She and Mike went to the store" since "she" is a subject pronoun. "Her" is a possessive pronoun, and there is no possession in this sentence. However, the proper way to say it is "Mike and Jane went to the store" (if her name is Jane): always use a person's name initially if possible.
i goat toe go tho store
Hi I am a soon to be 11 year old girl and i live near him. he lives in canandaigua NY near the west most finger lake canandaigua lake. O yay this is how you say canandaigua (cannon-day-gua)
It depends on the rest of the sentence. Take out the words "Jimmy and I" and say the sentence using both 'me' and 'I'. Which makes sense? For example, let's say the sentence is, "Jimmy and I went to the store." Take out the "Jimmy and I" and you are left with either "I went to the store" or "Me went to the store." Obviously, "I went to the store" is correct. You would not… Read More
no it isnt, you say you and me
If you are in the tub bathing it would be proper to say: I am having a bath. If you are in the tub bathing it would be proper to say: I am having a bath. If you are in the tub bathing it would be proper to say: I am having a bath. If you are in the tub bathing it would be proper to say: I am having a bath.
store - loja ; to store - guardar
depending what kind of hermet crab you like to buy and where you live id say petland
near to London
i would say somewhere like target, walmart, toys r us, or a local toy store near you.
What was there is proper grammar.
I would say it means that you live near a cardinals nest ( I don't believe in all this supernatural stuff).
It doesn't say, but if you look at the continents close to the oceans the goblin shark lives in, then that's where it lives
When you want to say toy store in Spanish, the word is juguetería
You say two cartons per store.
Near = pres (de)...
No, it is not correct to say "I were" or "You is" in a proper sentence.
No, it is not proper because it does not make any sense.
No. It is proper to say someone graduated FROM high school. You can't eliminate "from."
well ... you can say both depending on how you say the rest of the sentence
In animal crossing you can't move your house. When you first play the game, in the taxi, the person will say something like, " Where do you plan to live" (Something like that), And it has some options. Just say if you choose : Beach. You will live near the beach!
You say "Near" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Sunmo".
no sorry it is a one person game on the back of the case near the bottom it will say one person
No-my name is
The phrase at the store is correct. I am going shopping at the store. You would not say, I am going shopping at store.
It depends on how you use it. If you say, for example, Bay of Bengal, then it is proper. If you say, for example, "The bay is crystal clear," then it is common.
It is proper English to say thank you for your concern because that goes to show that you acknowledged the person you are talking to
Not really. Instead of saying what it is is, say it is. And especially do not say " the thing is, is that...
I'd say the proper adjective is a Japanese garden
The proper name of Brown is in Spanish moreno.