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Phrasal verbs: 'carry over' and 'carry out' | I heard that the city [b]is going to start collecting yard waste soon[/b].
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use past tense #16 (permalink) Sun May 30, 2010 12:40 pm   use past tense
 

almost become an organ donor = almost die
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use past tense #17 (permalink) Sun May 30, 2010 12:45 pm   use past tense
 

Thank you so much...
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use past tense #18 (permalink) Mon Jul 04, 2011 19:13 pm   use past tense
 

You wouldn't want me to do that would you?

why we don't use will you?
As you mentioned that , "We won't...will we?" is right.
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use past tense #19 (permalink) Mon Jul 04, 2011 23:08 pm   use past tense
 

'Wouldn't' goes with 'would' only.
'Won't' goes with 'will' only.
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