英文問題（初中,小學程度）

1: 1980同1909年的英文點寫?

2: 時間既11點9點寫?

3: 頭咕,束髮帶,橡筋英文係??

4: 我地有時用either後就加or,咁點解要用either呢?就咁用or唔得咩??

5: prosibility同probability有咩分別?

8: this is mr.chan 同this is a dog中,點解dog個到要加a,前句就唔洗?

9: i wear with ear ring 同i waer in t-shirt 中點分幾時用with同in?

10: does he play the guitar in the afternoon ?no,he doesn&#39;t,he plays the accordion中點解可用現在式?同埋係唔係he does 後面個verb 唔洗加s??

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1. 1980=Nineteen eighty, 1909=Nineteen and nine

2. A quarter to twelve

3. hairband, rubber/elastic band

4. This is just formal english grammar, no reason why it should be like this. However, in mathematics, there is a distinction between either-or and just or: &#39;Either A or B&#39; means just A or just B but cannot be both. &#39;A or B&#39; means, in the theory of sets, just A, just B or both A and B at the same time.

5. Correct spelling is POSSIBILITY - it means anything whith a chance greater than zero (可能性). PROBABILITY - it means how likely the thing is going to happen (機會率).

6. Accomodation - general term which refers to a place to live (but not referring specifically to a house or address). Apartment - building (大廈). Address - exact loocation of the apartment or the place you live.

7. Correct spelling is &#39;I had not received&#39; - past perfect tense, used only with past tense. &#39;I have not received&#39; - used with present tense.

8. Because in both case, you are referring to something or someone SPECIFIC in nature. Mr. Chan is specific enough, but dog is a general term, you need to add &#39;a&#39;.

9. Preposition has to be memorized most of the time, no reason for most of them. For your question, you can make this small difference: you are talking about &#39;wearing&#39;, thus you expect to tell people about the clothes (T-shirt in your example), thus you say you are wearing in t-shirt. Ear-ring is not necessary with wearing, you are just providing more information to people, so you say you are wearing (in t-shirt) with (additional) ear-ring. Hope this helps.

10. 用現在式 because people are asking about a general thing (habit). Also, you are right, if you use &#39;he does&#39;, no need for &#39;s&#39; in the verb that follows.