Peter gave it to me 'n you know these are not cheap'

  1. Is this sentence right “I want to find more about a complaint situation”.
  2. Please let me know in this sentence 'Peter gave it to me ‘n you know these are not cheap’. So in this case, what does ('n) mean?. I read it but I understood nothing.
    Please help me.
    Thank you very much.

‘Situation’ looks odd at the end of your first sentence. Possible:
I want to find out more about the status of a complaint which was made.

" [color=green]'n " should be written " [color=green]‘n’ " - it’s an informal contracted form of “[color=green]and”.

Thank you very much.

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When the word “Forest” is used as an uncountable noun and is used as a countable noun.

Thank you again.

‘Forest’ is a countable noun.

Thank you, Beeeesneees

Today, could you please help me to rate if the following sentence is right or not?

“I heard there are many products in sale off”.

I heard there are many products on sale.
I heard there are many products with money off them.

Beeesneees,
What does ‘I heard there are many products with money off them.’ mean?
Does it mean that many products are sold at discounted price?

Yes. I’m not sure why ‘off’ was used in the original sentence, but I tried to provide an example which used it.
money off = discount on the price.

Beeesneees,
Can I say: “I heard there are many products on sale with money off.”

yes

hi, Beeesneeess,

Could I say “no use or using dictionary”.

Hi,

What about adding the word THAT like this:

“I heard that there are many products on sale with money off.”

Julius

Do you mean a situation where a teacher is instructing pupils that they are not allowed to use a dictionary to help them find answers?
In that case it would be ‘no using a dictionary.’ or more formally, ‘using a dictionary is not allowed.’

That’s fine, Julius.

yes, thank you very much.