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help somebody do/to do something
In no mood to do something. To not feel like doing something; to not want to do something. To be capable of or fit for something. Avoid advising someone to do something simply because it benefits you. We need somebody to do something.
We use help with or without an object:. We also use help with an object and an infinitive with or without to :. Jack is helping me to tidy my CDs. I am writing to thank you for helping us find the right hotel for our holiday. I am trying to help him look for a new bike.
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Have you ever reached a crossroad in life and wondered which way to go? What we really need is a mentor, someone to come along side and provide a modicum of guidance. We need someone who can point in the direction we need to go—or in some cases the way we should not go. Here are five things I learned from them. My best mentor was a man who said very little.
Having an asthma attack can be frightening. It can also be frightening to see someone you know, or even a stranger, have an asthma attack. This charity works to help people to help themselves. Come and help me lift this box. There's no saying of help sb. Accroing to Oxford and Longman dictionary.
What is the difference between "see somebody do something" and "see somebody doing something"? There is a small difference in meaning when a verb of perception is followed by the simple form of the verb, and when it is followed by the -ing form, as in these sentences:. Before we realized it, we saw a deer run across the road just in front of our car. Thankfully, he got to the other side safely, because we could not have avoided hitting him. Before we realized it, we saw a deer running across the road, right in front of us. We put on our brakes quickly and just missed hitting him by an inch, as he leapt quickly out of the path of the car.