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Posted by on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 9:27am.

1. He took a flight to his hometown.
(What does 'flight' mean here? Does 'flight' mean 'airplane'?)

2. Your childish games don't amuse me one bit.
(What other expressions can we use instead of 'one bit'?)

3. Jane can dance with skill.
4. Jane can dance skillfully.
(Are both the same?)

5. He slipped into the room.
6. Figure skating requires flexibility.
7. Neither one of these computers is working.
(Are the three sentences grammatical? I appreciate your help. Have a great weekend. See you later.)

  • English - , Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 9:32am

    1. He took a flight to his hometown.
    (What does 'flight' mean here? Does 'flight' mean 'airplane'?)
    It means "a trip on an airplane."

    2. Your childish games don't amuse me one bit.
    (What other expressions can we use instead of 'one bit'?)
    You can also use "at all."

    3. Jane can dance with skill.
    4. Jane can dance skillfully.
    (Are both the same?)
    Yes, they mean the same thing.

    5. He slipped into the room.
    6. Figure skating requires flexibility.
    7. Neither one of these computers is working.
    (Are the three sentences grammatical? I appreciate your help. Have a great weekend. See you later.)
    Yes, all are correct. Very nice!

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