Military hospitals vs regular hospitals?

I see your asking this question from Yahoo Answers U.K. so I'm assuming your from the U.K. I can only tell you how to say something from an American English grammatical perspective. British English may be different. I doesn't matter why your going to the hospital or what you will be doing there.

All that matters is your going there. So you would say I'm going to the hospital to visit a friend in need. Or you could say I'm going to the hospital to get better.

Again, what your doing their or why your their doesn't matter, it only matters that your there or going there. This same process applies to your other sentences. I'm going to college to study History.

I'm going to college to avoid the real world for four more years. I like to go to church on Sunday to pray. On Friday I'm going to church to attend their annual picnic.

In America, this is reversed. You go to THE hospital, and you go to school. But this is what we call a convention - everyone speaks this way, but because there are so many people from other countries, if we can understand you, that's what counts most!

Now - let's work on your spelling. All sentences begin with capital letters. It's "your" or "you're" - not "ur." "English" is always capitalized.

Watch your plurals. Someone either follows A grammar rule, or grammar RULES. Last but not least: Your boyfriend may teach English, but he cannot possibly know all the different rules in all the different countries where people speak English.

If he thinks he does, send him to America and watch his world turn upside-down! :).

I cant really gove you an answer,but what I can give you is a way to a solution, that is you have to find the anglde that you relate to or peaks your interest. A good paper is one that people get drawn into because it reaches them ln some way.As for me WW11 to me, I think of the holocaust and the effect it had on the survivors, their families and those who stood by and did nothing until it was too late.

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