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Useful English Expressions Explained - Basic English Grammar | Ask Alisha

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In this video, Alisha answers 6 questions.
- I watched the youtube video "Difference between watch, look and see". I have a question about the difference between those and "view".
- My question is how to use in, on, for, and at.
- What does mean the expressions "out of sight" and "out of mind"?
- Hi Alisha! what's the difference between high, height and altitude?
- Which auxiliar is used for "it" in the present perfect? Is.. it has been great or it have been great? Do you speak spanish? I'd like listen you speaking spanish.
- What is the difference between "can" and "can't" in pronunciation?
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