I am always beside you with your English

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layman9

Senior Member
vietnamese
Hi,

Can I tell my friend "I am always beside you with your English" if I want to say that I will help him with his English whenever he needs my help?

Thanks in advance.
 
  • Franco-filly

    Senior Member
    English - Southern England
    I think "I'm always here for you" is more idiomatic and you can always add "if you need any help (with your English)" if it's not obvious from the context.
     

    lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    But in practice, something more mundane would probably be used, such as “I’m always happy to help you with your English”.
     
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