um not good in eng plz help me to know the wrghit one
It's the first time I visiting this beautiful city.
Since we are a community of nitpickers ...
Clil and Tony focused on yoour sample sentence. I'll focus on your question -- "um not good in eng plz help me to know the wrghit one'
Your question is in what I am now calling "Text Messege Vernacular". In formal English (or een informal writing), it should be:
"I'm not good with English. Please help me pick the right one."
Hope this helps with your English education.
|link comment||answered Apr 10 '12 at 15:26 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow|
Actually, if you use "It's the first time", a present tense would be more correct:
It's the first time I'm visiting this city.
This is the first time I'm visiting this city.
You could use with a past tense:
It/That was the first time I visited the city.
IT/That was the first time I'd visited the city. (if there is another past time reference)
You could also use the present perfect:
I've never been to this city before.
|link comment||answered Apr 10 '12 at 10:02 A Clil To Climb Contributor|
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