How to Write “It Should Always Be Nice to Hear and Never Nice to Hearing” Correctly
One thing I’ve learned over the years is that the use of “always” in sentences like this is a no-no. It always goes like this: “So it should be always nice to hear and never nice to hearing.”
Correct is: “So it should be always nice to hear and never nice to hearing.”
There are really two important things to note here: Firstly, that the present tense of the verb (ended in -ing) shouldn’t be preceded by an infinitive marker and secondly, that you should never use the auxiliary verb to you when referring to the past tense of a verb.
So basically, “It should be always nice to hear” would be correct, but “It should always be nice to hearing” would be considered not-so-good.
So now we come to the main point: Why is “it should always be nice to hear and never nice to hearing” incorrect?
Well, because it’s grammatically incorrect! When written down, it looks like the sentence should be this: “It should always be nice to hear and never nice to hearing.”
The word order is wrong, the order of words doesn’t make sense, the subject should be in the front (not the back), and the sentence should be written in the active voice (I do something).
It’s easy to see that the author was not aware of these issues, so I hope that you can spot mistakes like this and improve your writing style (and, you might add, your diction!)
Now, there are times when you’re just stuck on something or you have a very important client waiting for you, and you simply cannot help yourself.
In these cases, correct is very hard to achieve. In these cases, the correct thing to do is to put in the copy with the subjunctive tense.
“It should always be nice to hear” would then read as “It should always be nice to hear and never nice to hearing.” And then it will be OK to correct that – but make sure that it still reads correctly!
Why You’re Not Focused So You Want to Say Nice to Hear From You
The more you listen to people, the more you realize that they say what they think, and you don’t think they mean it.
I’ve talked about this before but one of the main reasons people have difficulty when it comes to assertive moments is because they don’t realize that they are talking to hear and you are not focusing so you want to say nice to hear from you.
I’m not trying to be rude but you know what I’m talking about.
You might even say to yourself; well that’s just the way it is. That’s the truth and that’s why you should stop saying nice to hear from you and learn to say no and leave them feeling unfulfilled.
The truth is you can’t hear what they’re really saying because they’re not focused and you’re not focusing so you want to say nice to hear from you.
If you really want a reaction then you need to say something that they haven’t said and you need to do it at the right time and in the right place.
When they say something like you’re not focusing so you want to say nice to hear from you, try saying something like you’re focusing on your breathing and you realize that you don’t really feel that breath.
Then you rephrase it, you’re focusing your attention, and you’re ready to say something nice to hear from you.
Do this with all your comments and with each letter of the alphabet. You’ll soon learn to be more focused and to say nice to hear from you. You don’t have to give a reason. Just be polite.
Using the Verb to Hear Can Literally Hear and Understand What Another Person is Saying
Have you ever heard people use the verb to hear to say what the other person is thinking? For example, they might say to you, “You’re really dumb.” Well, if you think about it, this is a way for them to say, “I don’t think you’re very smart, but I also don’t think you’re stupid enough not to think what I’m thinking.”
In many situations, it’s pretty clear that someone who uses the verb to hear can literally hear and understand what another person is thinking. It’s not like they’re trying to eavesdrop on a conversation. It’s just a statement that they are making in an attempt to be encouraging.
Another common example of this is when you are talking to someone on the phone, and you start to talk and the person keeps interrupting you. You can rephrase your question or you can simply say, “Okay, but I just listened to you, and I didn’t hear you interrupt me, did I?”
If you keep talking, the person will eventually have to either take more words out of your sentence or will realize that they are actually saying something that they didn’t mean.
The second person can still hear and understand what is being said because they are still in the mood to listen.
So, you can see that using the verb to hear can literally hear and understand what another person is thinking.
In most cases, the person does not want you to know what they are thinking, but it’s pretty clear what they mean.
This is helpful because it allows you to be encouraging, regardless of whether you think the other person is doing a good job or not.
If they are being unproductive, you can always remind them that they are thinking, and that you appreciate hearing that.
Plus, it makes the person feel good when you compliment them on a job well done.
Verb Placement – Marker For When You Should Always Use the Base Form of the Verbs
One thing you should always do is to remember that when you are writing out imperative sentences, the “infinitive” must always come after the noun.
For example, in the English language the word “be” is always followed by a noun. “Be a man” is also a verb, but it would not be a perfect sentence if it were written out as an infinitive. “You must be a man” is a perfect sentence and should always be followed by the noun.
So the rule here is to always use the infinitive of the subject instead of the verb.
Here is another example. “You have done many things” is a perfect sentence because it does not need an infinitive. “You have made many things happen” is a completely different thing and needs the infinitive.
In these examples, you should always use the base form of the verb in order to make sure you do not lose your audience.
There are many other exceptions but I believe that this is the biggest exception of them all.
You should always use the infinitive when you have to clarify something for your readers. It should never be used as a command. If you are using a clause as a preposition, you should always use a finite verb.
Forming the Present Positives of Verbs
In order for us to understand the grammatical aspect of the verb, we must first look at the mechanics of how the verb is formed.
The present participle of a verb is formed as a part of the action of the verb. In order for us to fully understand the tenses and conjugation of the verbs, we must first learn how the present particulates are formed.
The present participle of a verb is formed as a part of the action of the verb; it is not a part of the object or idea that is being mentioned.
The inflection of the verb “to be” for the present particulates is different from the other tenses.
In order to make sure that the present participle is not inflected incorrectly, you should ensure that you learn the inflections of the other tenses as well.
If you fail to do this, you will end up with a sentence where the verb is used but the person is not being mentioned.
You are not being taught the correct way to handle the situation.
The most common problem when it comes to forming the present participle of a verb is when the subject of the verb is mentioned before the verb.
The present participle of the verb ending in -ing is not usually used with the -er, -ir suffixes.
The only exceptions are the -er and -ir verbs, where it sometimes feels as though the subject is missing.
This does not mean that it is wrong to use the present participle of a verb – you can have a sentence where the subject still makes sense.
The mistake that people make when they learn the present participle of a verb is that they often include the subject as a reflexive pronoun. This will not work in formal writing and will only complicate your understanding of the material.