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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? deriver
A: It depends on the context - to derive, or to drift, for example.....

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Q: I have to deriver these shipments. does this sound natural?
A: sorry i accidentally chose unnatural but the sentence is right, the only thing is that you made a typo in "deliver" 😊
Q: Even if I deriver a speech in English, some of you won’t understand what I’m going to say. does this sound natural?
A: It's good but you spelled "deliver" wrong.

Even if I deliver a speech in English, some of you won't understand what I'm going to say.
Q: He is going to deriver ten kilograms of cleaned rice to me by weekend. does this sound natural?
A: ... to deliver... by this weekend
Q: We'll deriver the good you buy in our shop to you on the same day for free. does this sound natural?
A: this sentence makes sense, but instead, you can say "we'll deliver your purchases to you on the same day for free." this sounds more natural to me :)

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