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Could you help me get out of this cave?
This helped his moving up the career ladder.
Alice and her sister helped the roast beef.
Could I help you to some more spaghetti?
Could you advice me something that can help my terrible toothache?
In some shops there are no shop assistants and you should help yourself.
Sam couldnt help but look at Alice.
tohelp , .
tohelp , , , :
I only wantedto helpthem out of those troubles./ .
Last year my unclehelpedme when I needed a big sum of money. Now I have to help him./ , . .
Angela has neverhelpedanybody in our class she is rather arrogant and greedy./ .
tohelpActive Voice, :
James alwayshelpseverybody who needs his help. / , .
Youare helpingyour mother cook dinner, arent you? / , ?
Sarahhas helpedus with some documents and now we can carry on our work on the project. / , .
Johns parentshave been helpinghim get rid of his debt for some months but he still owes a lot of money. / , .
Annhelpedan old woman go across the road yesterday. / .
When you called me yesterday Iwas helpingmy father repair our car in the garage. / , .
By the time Jack brought us those important documents Sarahhadalreadyhelpedus with some difficulties in our work. / , , .
When I saw Andy hehad been helpinghis younger brother do his homework for an hour. / , .
Our friendswill helpus, Im sure. / , .
When you arrive at the car park some friends of minewill be helpingme to replace my car wheel. / , .
I believe our friendswill have helpedus with this difficult task by the time the boss returns. / , , .
By that time some doctors and nurseswillhave been helpinghim to get rid of his addiction for many months, but all in vain. / , .
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to help bare infinitive
to. to, , , :
George helped us (to) get out of that difficult situation.
Can you help us (to) move this cupboard?
tohelp «» can . canthelpdoingcanthelpbutdo, « », « »( , , ):
Jennifer couldnt help but ask Mary about a new golden ring on her finger.
The audience couldnt help laughing.
She cant help but watch the film until the end.
Its great when businessmen help along the development of education.
Could you help me down these stairs, please?
Unfortunately the local authorities wouldnt help forward the development of healthcare in the area.
Matthew helped his grandmother in the car.
The children helped their mother in cleaning the house and washing up.
Could you help me off with these shoes, please? I find it hard to bend down because of my back problems.
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A good joke can sometimes help on breaking the ice in a conversation between unfamiliar people.
How can we help you out of these troubles?
You have always helped me over my difficulties with job and family. Now its my turn!
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After the fight Mike helped his friend up and they went home, dirty, in torn clothes but happy.
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The princess was very curious. She couldnt help but enter the forbidden room.
James couldnt help thinking of Kate.
It cant be helped.( tohelpPassive)
The factory will close down in a month and it cant be helped.
Its great when children help their parents around the house.
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To be or not to be , , , . to be 
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