Jul 17, 2022
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What's the weather like there? (X) What is the weather there? (O) What is the weather like there? When communicating with colleagues from abroad, most of the time before entering the topic, you will have a little greeting. Asking about the weather is the most common topic because it's simple and expresses concern. One of the likes is also accidentally forgotten to use. If you use "What is the weather?" directly, it becomes "What is the weather?" It is illogical. This sentence can also be simply used. How is the weather?" If you don't want photo color correction services to ask such a common question, in the same sentence pattern, you can also ask: What is the economy like in the US? Which school did you graduate from? (X) What school did you study? (△) What university did you graduate? (O) What school did you go to? Asking someone which school they attend can also be a good topic of conversation. But the first two sentences have grammatical errors, "What school did you study?" is "Which school did you study before?" In the second sentence, adding from, "What university did you graduate from?" is grammatically correct, but foreigners value privacy. Some people may not graduate after studying at university. It is more appropriate to use "What school did you go to?" . This article is published with the permission of the World Citizen Cultural Center , the original text is published here Responsible editor: Zhu Jiayi Reviewing editor: Weng Shihang you may also like "Dragon of the Peninsula": The confrontation with China triggered by the country name "South Vietnam" is the epitome of "opposition and negotiation" in Vietnamese history Xi'an Residents' Diary of Closing the City: There is a shortage of food and no purchase, making nucleic acid is the only reason to go downstairs The military coup in Begun town.