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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 month ago

Please help me in English!!?

I need to write a story about the dictator for kids. But I don't know how to speak like them. For example, they don't say "may I ask you a question or could you do that for me" I think. 

I want the dictator to say sing a song for me, go get an apple for me, bring me a bottle of water, and make me feel happy.  

Also, I wanna know the synonyms of none of your business. 

Thanks a lot in advance

Update:

Thanks, guys!

and sorry for my grammar! It's only been less than 365 days since I learned English!! 

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  • 1 month ago
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    You need to know the "imperative" form of the verbs.

    Go and get me an apple!Sit down. Stand up. Walk. Don't speak to me. Get up. Sing a song! Get me an apple. Bring me a bottle of water. Make me happy.

    Please DON'T use "wanna" in written English.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    THE dictator? haha 

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    About THE dictator? Which dictator?? Or did you mean about A dictator? First get the grammar right. You're going to confuse so many people if you mix up things like articles (a/an, the). You change the meaning completely if you use the wrong one.

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