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Sentences with "if"

hirashin

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Dear native English speakers,
Would you check my sentences with "if".

Q1
(1) If the telephone rings, can you answer it, please?
(2) I'll stay at home if it rains tomorrow.
(3) You'll miss the train if you don't hurry.
(4) If you see Jane, can you aske her to call me?
(5) If I'm late this evening, don't wait for me.
(6) I'll help you with your homework if I have time.

Q2 
(1) If you go there tomorrow, you can meet Tom Baker.
(2) If I go shopping, will you come with me?
(3) If it's sunny tomorrow, I'll go fishing.
(4) If you're hungry, you can have/eat lunch.
(5) If it rains(/If it's rainy) tomorrow, I won't go out.
(6) If you don't hurry, you can't/won't get there on time.

Thanks in advance.

Hirashin
 

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「aske」のスペル見違えいがい、みんなは完璧です。
 
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Misspellings aside, all of those are perfect. If you ever misspell "ask" that way and someone asks why you have an "E" and the end, just pretend it's an Old English spelling. :angelic:
 

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Thank you for the help, mdchachi and JuliMaruchan.
I didn't notice the misspelling. Sorry. Does it look like Old English? Hahaha. I have seen Shoppe before, but have never seen Aske :p
 
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Does it look like Old English?
To be more specific, no one has a clue what Old English or archaic English look like, or how they work. Some people think they're being quaint by naming their shops "ye olde" something or other, based on a misunderstanding of the obsolete "thorn" character that used to be a part of the spelling of "the". I only know it's wrong because of this awesome list. A misunderstanding of what the archaic word "thou" means is another example.
 

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