Who help or helps?

Places where we can use ‘helps’ is for 3rd person present tense. Howie is a very good guy who helps catch the bad ones. Help can be used either as a verb or noun depending on the context, but not usually used as plural form. (usually uncountable) Something or someone which provides assistance with a task.

Can you assist or can you assist?

The correct phrase would be “could you please assist.” You can request something, but you don’t “request for” something.

What are some antonyms for support?

antonyms of support

  • disapproval.
  • discouragement.
  • frustration.
  • opposition.
  • stop.

What help means?

1 : to give assistance or support to help a child with homework. 2a : to make more pleasant or bearable : improve, relieve bright curtains will help the room took an aspirin to help her headache. b archaic : rescue, save. 3a : to be of use to : benefit will do anything to help their cause..

What type of sentence is I’ll help you if you help me?

This is a simple sentence. I like playing basketball, and my brother likes playing tennis. I’ll help you if you help me. Her name is Sachiko and she comes from Japan.

What is the role of supporting details in a text ?( 1 point?

What is the role of supporting details in a text? (1 point) to help the reader understand the central idea. to give the author’s opinion about a topic. to show the reader how to find more details about the topic in other texts.

What type of sentence is I will help you if you help me?

complex sentence

How do you say help me?

Synonyms for Help me

  1. helping me.
  2. give me a hand.
  3. helped me.
  4. your help.
  5. assist me.
  6. helps me.
  7. i need your help.
  8. get me.

What is a better word for helping?

In this page you can discover 117 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for helping, like: aiding, contributing, assisting, auxiliary, facilitating, in combination with, working with, advancing, synergistic, treating and serving.

How do you use help in a sentence?

“She helps a lot with household chores.” “He actively helps with his daughter’s soccer team.” “His good explanation really helped them understand.” “Her recovery was helped considerably by not having to work.”