Reader questions

December 14, 2002

This is the email referred to in my column of 17 Dec 2002 (or thereabouts).

Hi K. Bob,

I really like your English teaching, this is my first time writing to you and having few questions.

1. Refer to your column dated March 13, 02 "Nothing to Feer (2)" one sentence said ""The company had nothing to do with the silencing of its critics"""

I always get confused how to use ""its"""

2. could you give some examples how to use words of "loss" and 'lost'

he has got a loss from last order. (correct?)

he has lost money from last order. (correct?)

He gets lost from last order. (incorrect?)

Thanking you.



boonsiree maisutiskul" In my reply to question no. 1, I referred to the epicene pronoun. Check out these web pages on what it is and why it hasn't caught on:

สมัครเป็นสมาชิก ดาวน์โหลดฟรีอีบุ๊ค "ฟอไฟฟุดฟิดอังกฤษอเมริกัน เล่ม 1"

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