Relevant Grammatical Terms

Reply Sat 16 Sep, 2017 08:09 am
I have scanned my books and cannot find the exact terms and therefore activities required to improve learners skill. This is the phrase I need them to feel comfortable with.


Everwhere I have looked so far covers this partially not centrally enough so my learners will advance their understanding.

It is a polite request but most resources cover this minimally

How would you define this part of speech grammatically?

Thanks Dave
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Reply Sat 16 Sep, 2017 09:04 am
Perhaps because this is a question, it is confusing:

You/ would mind > calling /me

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