Pinned Martin Hope 3 Questions 7 Answers 0 Best Answers 0 Points View Profile 2 Martin Hope Asked: آوریل 19, 2018In: Language چطوری میتونم کارت ویزا بگیرم؟ 2 انتانتاانت۵۱۶لورم ایپسوم متن ساختگی با تولید سادگی نامفهوم از صنعت چاپ و با استفاده از طراحان گرافیک است. چاپگرها و متون بلکه روزنامه و مجله در ستون و سطرآنچنان که لازم است و برای شرایط فعلی تکنولوژی مورد نیاز و … englishlanguage Share Facebook 4 Answers Voted Oldest Recent Marko Smith 3 Questions 9 Answers 2 Best Answers 0 Points View Profile Marko Smith Added an answer on آوریل 19, 2018 at 2:01 ق.ظ You are correct that both are understandable. The only other possible everyday meaning I could think of would be ‘I see him [in my mind’s eye] last night’; that is, I am, at this very moment, imagining him last night. But it should almost always be clear from context which one is intended. ‘Correct’ doesn’t mean ‘understandable’, though. If I say ‘Me want have fooding’ it’s pretty clear what to understand from that, but it’s not anywhere near correct Standard English grammar. If you lived somewhere where you spoke a dialect of English in which this was acceptable grammar, however, then it would be correct for that dialect. 3 Reply اشتراک Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp James Wane 3 Questions 9 Answers 0 Best Answers 0 Points View Profile James Wane Added an answer on آوریل 19, 2018 at 2:01 ق.ظ No, ‘I see him last night’ is always incorrect and will be only just barely understandable. It is a very serious and basic error, and it will be tiring for a native speaker to converse with someone who speaks like this, because they will constantly have to be remembering what the person really means. It will not be ‘immediately obvious without thinking about it’. Someone just asked this question recently, and I replied, saying that ‘I see him last night’ is never correct. That is exactly what i meant. 3 Reply اشتراک Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp رضا محمودی 3 Questions 14 Answers 2 Best Answers 21 Points View Profile Barry Carter Added an answer on آوریل 19, 2018 at 2:01 ق.ظ There is a certain poetic sense in which “I see” works. “I see him last night in my dreams” although not technically correct. However, generally speaking “I saw” is the right usage for past events. Much prose writing in English novels is in the present tense although they are about past events. The author superimposes himself however on the situation as if it were the present. 3 Reply اشتراک Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp John Peter 2 Questions 13 Answers 3 Best Answers 0 Points View Profile John Peter Added an answer on آوریل 19, 2018 at 2:00 ق.ظ Yes, I understand it. I hear a lot of this incorrect grammar from my wife. I would expect that the person that spoke this was possibly Chinese. In Chinese there are no tenses or plurals. No he or she pronouns. The context tells all. So it might have been a direct translation from Chinese. 3 Reply اشتراک Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Leave an answerLeave an answerلغو پاسخ Featured image Select file Browse ذخیره نام، ایمیل و وبسایت من در مرورگر برای زمانی که دوباره دیدگاهی مینویسم.