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I have breakfast everyday. vs She has breakfast everyday.



 
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Provided that vs. Providing that | Can I use 'overly' instead of 'very'?
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I have breakfast everyday. vs She has breakfast everyday. #1 (permalink) Thu Feb 26, 2009 5:32 am   I have breakfast everyday. vs She has breakfast everyday.
 

I have breakfast everyday(+)
I don't have breakfast everyday(-)
Do you have breakfast everyday(?)

and

She has breakfast everyday(+)
She doesn't have breakfast everyday(-)
Does she have breakfast everyday(?)

Please check my answer, everything is right or i make mistake

I need all of you guys to help me
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I have breakfast everyday. vs She has breakfast everyday. #2 (permalink) Thu Mar 05, 2009 10:49 am   I have breakfast everyday. vs She has breakfast everyday.
 

I have breakfast every day(+)
I don't have breakfast every day(-)
Do you have breakfast every day(?)

and

She has breakfast every day(+)
She doesn't have breakfast every day(-)
Does she have breakfast every day(?)

Please check my answers. Is everything right, or have I made any mistakes?

I need all of you guys to help me.
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