by user on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM | View count 32 | Download count 0
by user on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

Hello everyone! I’m here to try to answer your questions regarding the English language. I will be here for approximately an hour. Please feel free to participate and I will do the best I can.
by Sitta Rose on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

Anyone please grab this amazing moment!
by Gwang Waiba on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

Thanks a lot dear madam for giving your valuable time for us, the English language learners.
by Sitta Rose on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

I'd like to invite my dear friends
by Gwang Waiba on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

Dear madam, (1) I sent a letter for Sitta Rose (2) She sent a letter to Sitta Rose. Which one sounds better?
by Fairuza Sharifa on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

Both sentences make sense but they have different meanings
by Fairuza Sharifa on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

Your first sentence implies that you mailed a letter for Sitta.
by Fairuza Sharifa on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

Your second sentence states that an unknown female sent a letter to Sitta.
by Fairuza Sharifa on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

So saying one sentence sounds better than the other is like comparing an apple to an orange because the sentences have different meanings.
by Gwang Waiba on Wed, May 09 '18 12:56 PM

I sent a letter for Sitta Rose, (2) I sent a letter to Sitta Rose. Do they have different meanings?