Tutor profile: Erica M.
How do you say "I am very happy" in French?
It depends on whether you're male or female. If you're If you are male, it would be "Je suis très heureux." If you are female, it would be "Je suis très heureuse."
Where should the commas go in this sentence: She bought apples oranges and pears at the store.
After apples and oranges. So the sentence would read "She bought apples, oranges, and pears at the store.
Is this sentence correct: What reason did he come here for?
No, a sentence should not end with a preposition. It could be written "Why did he come here?" or "What was his reason for coming here?"
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