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In this video, Alisha answers 5 questions.
- Hi Alisha. What's the difference between "where have you been" and "where were you"?
- Which one is correct? "Most of the movie takes place in LA" or "Most of the movies take place in LA".
- Could you please explain the meaning of the word "whatsoever"?
- Can I learn English with lyrics of songs?
- Please, how can I use "Regardless" and "Regardless of"?
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