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July 25, 2014

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1. They realize that a different religion is something to talk about, not to fight about. ------------------ What is the full form of #1? 2. They realize that a different religion is something to talk about, and it is not something to fight about. 3. They realize that a differ...

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They have learned to live in peace in the same state. -------------------------- What does 'state' mean in the sentence? Does 'state' mean 'country' or 'one of the States' in the USA?

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1. Today, millions of people have one form of religion, and their neighbors a different one. 2. Today, millions of people have one form of religion, and their neighbors a different religion. 3. Today, millions of people have one form of religion, and their neighbors a differen...

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1. Have you seen Jane lately? 2. Have you seen Jane recently? 3. Did you see Jane lately? 4. Did you see Jane recently? --------------- Are they all grammatical? Which one is not?

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How do you pronounce 'firemen'? Do 'fireman' and 'firemen' have the same pronunciation?

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1. I am learning another language. 2. I am learning one more language. 3. I am learning a different language. ---------------- Does #1 mean #2 or #3?

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1. Some people said yes and others said no, and the others said nothing. 2. Some people said yes and others said no, and the others remained silent. 3. Some people said yes and others said no, and the rest said nothing. 4. Some people said yes and others said no, and others sa...

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1. Look at the scared boy. 2. Look at the scary monster. 3. Look at the scaring boy. 4. Look at the scaring monster. 5. Look at the scary boy. 6. Look at the scared monster. ----------- Are they all grammatical? What is the difference?

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1. I will finish it by tomorrow evening. 2. I will have finished it by tomorrow evening. ---------------- Which one is grammatical?

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1. I have ten balls. Some are red, others are blue, and the other is green. 2. I have ten balls. One is green, some are red, and the others are blue. 3. I have ten balls. One is green, others are red, and the others are blue. ------------------------- Which ones are grammatica...

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1. I saw two movies: one was a scary movie and the other was a comedy. 2. I saw two movies: one was a scary movie and the other was a comedy movie. ------------------ Q1: Does #1 mean #2? Q2: Can we use 'horror movie' instead of 'scary movie'? What is the diffe...

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1. Cats are various colors. 2. Cats are of various colors. (Which one is correct?) 3. This paper is not clean. Give me another piece. 4. This paper is not clean. Give me another piece of paper. 5. This piece of paper is not clean. Give me another piece of paper. (Does #3 mean ...

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1. The two men were handcuffed together. 2. The two men were handcuffed by the police officer. --------------------- Does #1 mean #2? The situation is as follows: There were two men in the train. One was a police officer, and the other was a young man. They were handcuffed tog...

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The young woman looked at the two men. Then with a lovely smile, she held out her hand and said,"Hello, Mr. Easton...... In the second line, what is the meaning of 'then'? #1 or #2? 1. At that time 2. After that

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1. She was very beautiful. 2. She was beauty itself. 3. She was all beauty. 4. She was a beauty. -------- Are they grammatical and do they have the same meaning? Do you have other expressions describing that a woman is very beautiful?

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1. The train leaves at 7 this evening. 2. The train will leave at 7 this evening. 3. He meets the girl at 7 this evening. 4. He will meet the girl at 7 this evening. ----------------- #1 means #2, right? What about #3 and #4? Does #3 mean #4? Is #3 grammatical?

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1. She has already bought the tickets. 2. She has bought the tickets already. 3. Already she has bought the tickets. 4. I am already ready to go out. 5. He already finished his homework. ---------------- Which ones are correct?

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1. He has lived in the town three years ago/last month/in 2003. 2. He has lived in the town before. 3. He has lived in the town in the past. 4. He has lived in the town recently. 5. He has lived in the town lately. ---------------- #1 is not correct, is it? What about #2 to #5...

General question
How can I search the questions which I uploaded chronological order?

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1. I searched for my glasses, but I couldn't find them. 2. I searched for my glasses, but I couldn't find it. (Which one is grammatical?) 3. The electric fan was moving from left to right. 4. The electric fan was moving from the left to the right. (Which one is grammat...

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Thank you,and they are he same in meaning, aren't they?

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Posted by rfvv on Friday, July 11, 2014 at 3:01am. 1. Exchange points with another team. 2. Swap points with another team. (Are both the same?) 3. Take away 300 points from one team. 4. Bring 300 points from another team. 5. Take away 30 points from each team. (Are they the sa...

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1. That coat appears to fit you well. 2. That coat seems to fit you well. 3. That coat becomes you well. 4. That coat looks like becoming you well. (Are they all grammatical and the same in meaning?) 5. Christmas is an important feast for Christians. 6. Christmas is an importa...

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1. He was born in 63 BC. 2. He was born in the 63 BC. (Which one is grammatical?) 3. He had lived by 63 BC. 4. He has gone to Brazil in 2000 AD. 5. He died in the 21st century. (Are they all grammatical?)

sports
Is the Chicago Bulls a football team, basketball team or a baseball team?

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1. I am sure that he will succeed. 2. I'm not sure that he will succeed. 3. I'm not sure if he will succeed. -------------- Are all grammatical? is 'that he...' a noun phrase or an adverbial phrase? Is 'if he will...' a noun phrase or an adverbial phras...

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1. The earth moves around the sun. 2. The earth moves round the sun. (Which one is grammatical? Are both OK? Which one is commonly used?) 3. When does the movie come out in DVD? 4. When will the movie come out in DVD? (Which one is correct?) 5. I'm not sure if she calls me...

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1. Don't you get lonely being on your own all day? 2. Don't you get lonely because you are on your own all day? (Does #1 mean #2?)

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1. Some like summer and others like winter. 2. Some like summer and the others like winter. 3. Some like summer and another likes winter. 4. Some like summer and the other likes winter ----------------- #1 and #2 are right? Right? What about Sentence 3 and Sentence 4? Are they...

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1. I studied math for 10 years, but I'm still not good at it. 2. I have studied for 10 years, but I'm still not good at it. (Which one is grammatical? Do we have to sue the present tense or the present perfect tense here?)

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What bird is the symbol of peace? 1. A dove. 2. A pigeon. (Are both OK? Is the answer only #1? What is the difference between 'dove' and 'pigeon'?)

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1. Who created the animation Snow White and Pinocchio? 2. Who created the animations Snow White and Pinocchio? 3. Who created the animation, Snow White and Pinocchio? 4. Who created the animations, Snow White and Pinocchio? (Which ones are grammatical?)

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1. Bring 300 points from another team. 2. Take away 300 points from another team and add the points to your team's points. 3. Delete 300 points from one team and add the point to your team. ---------------------- Are the three mean the same?

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Posted by rfvv on Friday, July 11, 2014 at 3:01am. 1. Exchange points with another team. 2. Swap points with another team. (Are both the same?) 3. Take away 300 points from one team. 4. Bring 300 points from another team. 5. Take away 30 points from each team. (Are they the sa...

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1. That coat appears to fit you well. 2. That coat seems to fit you well. 3. That coat appears to be suitable for you well. 4. That coat seems to be suitable for you well. (Are they all grammatical and the same? Which expressions do people use frequently?)

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1. I have hunger to go home now. 2. I have a hunger to go home now. 3. I am dying to go home now. 4. I am looking forward to go home now. 5. I anticipate going home now. 6. I expect to go home now. (Are they grammatical? Which one is correct, #1 or #2? Do all the sentences hav...

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* The dog and the cat don't like each other. ------------------------ Does 'the dog' mean the specific dog or any dog in general? Does 'the cat' mean the specific dog or any dog in general? Does the sentence mean all dogs and cats don't like each other?

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1. Exchange points with another team. 2. Swap points with another team. (Are both the same?) 3. Take away 300 points from one team. 4. Bring 300 points from another team. 5. Take away 30 points from each team. (Are they the same in meaning?) (Do we have to use 'one' or...

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1. The committee consists of 7 members. 2. The committee is consisting of 7 members. 3. He loves Ann. 4. He is loving Ann. 5. He has a book. 6. He is having a book. 7. The bread smells bad. 8. The bread is smelling bad. 9. He smells the bread. 10. He is smelling the bread. 11....

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1. Have you ever had pets? 2. Have you ever kept pets? 3. Have you ever raised pets? ------------- Are they all grammatical? Do they have the same meaning? Does #1 mean #2? Which one is commonly used?

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1. Some like rock, and others like jazz. 2. Some like rock music, and others like jazz music. ----------- Does #1 mean #2?

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1. Emma has waited for him for an hour. 2. Emma has been waiting for him for an hour. --------------------- Are both grammatical? What is the difference between them in meaning?

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1. It has taken many centuries of wars and fightings for mankind to learn this. 2. It took many centuries of wars and fightings for mankind to learn this. ----------------------------- Why do we have to use 'has taken' as in Sentence 1? What about Sentence 2, where the...

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They realize that a different religion is something to talk about, not to fight about. ---------------------- In this sentence what does 'something' mean? #1 or #2? 1. a thing that is not known or mentioned by name 2. a thing that is thought to be important or worth ta...

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It has taken many centuries of wars and fightings for mankind to learn this. --------------- What does the first word 'It' refer to in this sentence?

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1. He has lived in the city since 2007. 2. He has lived in the city since he was 2 years old. 3. He has lived in the city since two years ago. 4. He has lived in the city for two years. 5. He has lived in the city since he moved to the city. 6. He has lived in the city since h...

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1. He has lived in the city for 10 years. 2. He lived in the city for 10 years. 3. He has gone to LA. 3-1. He went to LA and he lives there now. (Are they all grammatical? Does #3 mean 3-1?) 4. He went to LA, but soon came back. 5. He went to LA, but soon he came back. 6. He w...

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1. I have had many different jobs. 2. I have had two jobs. --------------------- Does #2 mean that he has two jobs now? Does #1 mean that he has many different jobs now? Or does #1 mean that he has ever experienced having many different jobs? English - Writeacher, Tuesday, Jul...

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There are many balls. 1. Some are blue, and others are yellow. 2. Some are blue, and some are yellow. 3. some are blue, and the others are yellow. 4. some are blue, some are yellow, and some are white. 5. some are blue, others are yellow, and some are white. 6. some are blue, ...

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1. I have had many different jobs. 2. I have had two jobs. --------------------- Does #2 mean that he has two jobs now? Does #1 mean that he has many different jobs now? Or does #1 mean that he has ever experienced having many different jobs?

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1. It has been such a long time. -------------------- What does 'It' refer to in Sentence 1? Does 'It' an impersonal pronoun referring to 'the time'?

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1. I have lived in New York for 12 years. 2. I have been living in New York for 12 years. ---------------- #1 is grammatical? What about #2?

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1. He has studied math for three hours. 2. He has been studying for three hours. ---------------- Are both grammatical? Which one is commonly used?

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1. They have eaten Korean food before. 2. They ate Korean food before. 3. They had eaten Korean food before. ----------- Are they all grammatical? Then what is the difference among them?

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1. I haven't seen you for a while. 2. I haven't seen you in a while. 3. I haven't seen you for ages. 4. I haven't seen you in ages. 5. I haven't seen you for a long time. ------------ Are they all grammatical and the same?

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1. What a pity! 2. What a shame! 3. What a suck! 4. That sucks! ------------- Are they all grammatical? Are they the same? Which ones are commonly used? What is the meaning of 'suck' in the sentences?

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1. He entered the building. 2. He went in the building. 3. He went into the building. ------- Are they all the same in meaning? Which one is frequently used? ============================= 4. Put the milk bottle in the fridge. 5. Put the milk bottle into the fridge. -----------...

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Posted by rfvv on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 6:36am. 1. I haven't read Harry Potter yet. 2. I don't read Harry Potter yet. 3. I didn't read Harry Potter yet. ------------------------------ Which expressions are not grammatical? Is #2 or #3 grammatical? •English...

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1. I have seen her once. 2. I once have seen her. 3. I have once seen her. ------------------ Which one is grammatical and commonly used?

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1. I bought a popsicle from a cart around the corner. 2. I bought two popsicles from a cart around the corner. (Are they grammatical? What other expressions can we use instead of 'popsicle'?)

Englaish
Posted by rfvv on Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 4:13pm. People use pockets when they eat Brussels waffles. ---------- Is this sentence grammatical? Is the use of 'pockets' here grammatical? English - Writeacher, Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 10:38am Do you mean they put the fo...

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1. Modern soccer is the same as the one of Medieval England. 2. Modern soccer is the same as that of Medieval England. (Which one is grammatical? Do you have other expressions which have the same meaning?)

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1. He is drinking some drinks. 2. He is eating drinks, hotdogs and pretzels. 3. He is having drinks, hotdogs and pretzels. ------------------------ Which ones are grammatical? When we eat "three kinds of items," which verb do we have to use?

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People use pockets when they eat Brussels waffles. ---------- Is this sentence grammatical? Is the use of 'pockets' here grammatical? English - Writeacher, Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 10:38am Do you mean they put the food (in this case, waffles) in the pockets of their ...

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1. In a crowded place, there are many people. 2. In a _______ place, there aren't many people. (What is the suitable words for the blank in Sentence 2? )

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Guess what? 1. Do you guess what I am going to say? 2. Can you guess what I am going to say? 3. Do/ Can you guess what I will say? 4. Can you guess what I want to say now? (Which one does 'Guess what?' mean?) Guess what! 1. Guess what I am going to say! 2. Guess what I...

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1. Guess what! I'm finally a homeowner! 2. Guess what? I'm finally a homeowner! (Do we have to use an exclamation mark or a question mark? Are both OK?)

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1. People all around the world love eating street food. 2. People all over the world love eating street food. 3. People all through the world love eating street food. 4. People all throughout the world love eating street food. (Are they all grammatical? What other expressions ...

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People use pockets when they eat Brussels waffles. ---------- Is this sentence grammatical? Is the use of 'pockets' here grammatical?

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1. Where can we buy fast food like hotdogs? - We can buy fast food like hotdogs on almost every street corner in the USA. 2. What kind of food can we find on the street? - We can find drinks, hotdogs and pretzels. 3. How much is fast food like hotdogs and pretzels? - A hot dog...

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1. Where is New York city? 2. It's in the USA. 3. It's in USA. (Which answer is right? Are both OK?) 4. What food can we eat from carts? 5. We can eat drinks, hotdogs and pretzels. (Can we use 'eat' before 'drinks'?)

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Well, can you walk my dog? You can take her to the park. Answer 1. No problem, but I'm very busy today. Answer 2. Sure, I will, but I'm very busy today. Answer 3. Don't worry, but I'm very busy today. Answer 4. I think I can, but I'm very busy today. Answer...

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1. You can take the bus. If somebody say the sentence, what does that mean? 2. You may take the bus. 3. You are able to take the bus. 4. You are allowed to take the bus. What does usually #1 mean? #2, 3, or 4?

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Well, can you walk my dog? 1) You can take her to the park. -I'd like to, but I'm very busy today. ------------------------------------ What does 1) mean among the following? 2) You are allowed to take her to the park. 3) You are able to take her to the park. English -...

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1. He is busy during the weekend. 2. He is busy during the weekends. ------------ What is the difference between them?

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Well, can you walk my dog? 1) You can take her to the park. -I'd like to, but I'm very busy today. ------------------------------------ What does 1) mean among the following? 2) You are allowed to take her to the park. 3) You are able to take her to the park.

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1. I got a C- on the math test. Reading: C - : C minus (right?) 2. The math problems are difficult to solve. 3. The math questions are difficult to solve. ------ Are both OK?

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1. What's the price of this? 2. What's price for this? 3. What's the price of the hat? 4. What's the price for the hat? --------------------------- Which questions are grammatical? Do we have to sue 'of' or 'for?

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Question: Do you have the star Show (TV) program in the USA? What kinds of people show up in the star Show?

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1. They do a lot during the day and need the time to do it all. 2. They do a lot during the day and need the time to do them all. --------------------- Which one is right? Is 'a lot' the object of the verb 'do'? Does 'it' refer to 'a lot' in Sen...

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1. My favorite book is The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. It was written by Benjamin Franklin. I like it because I can learn a lot of lessons in life. 2. My favorite book is The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. It was written by Benjamin Franklin. I like it because I c...

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1. Guess what? 2. What do you guess? 3. What do you think? 4. What is your opinion? ------------- Which one is similar to #1 among the three in meaning?

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Later, King led a famous march on Washington and worked for equal rights. -------------- (Is this sentence correct? The use of the preposition 'on'?)

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1. I am busy studying for the mid-term exam. 2. I am busy studying for the midterm exam. 3. I am busy studying for the mid-term exams. 4. I am busy studying for the mid-term exams. (Here in our country, During the period of the mid-term exam(s), students have tests for all the...

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1. How about sending her flowers? 2. How about sending flowers to her? 3. How about sending flowers, which is hers? (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?)

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1. She likes various animals. --------- What is the opposite of various?

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1. Mom cooked various kinds of food. 2. Mom cooked various kinds of foods. (Which one is grammatical, 'food' or 'foods'?) 3. I have a lot of interest in music. 4. I have a lot of interests in music. (Which one is grammatical?) Q5: Are spaghetti and macaroni pasta?

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Let's play the game. Make groups of eight. You should choose a leader in the group. I have prepared 4 sets of word cards and 4 sets of picture cards. The leader from each group should come up here and take the cards. The leader should mix the word cards like this and put t...

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1. He is doing volunteer for poor kids, 2. He is doing volunteer work for poor kids. -------------- Which one is right? Is #1 right?

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He hurt his back very badly one day and had to give up football. Then he took up swimming to help his back recover. ------------------- What does 'took up' mean here? Would you give me other expressions similar to 'took up'?

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1. Hanbok is Korean traditional dress. 2. A hanbok is Korean traditional dress. 3. Hanbok is traditional Korean dress. 4. Hanbok is a Korean traditional dress. 5. A hanbok is a traditional Korean dress. (Which one is grammatical?)

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Kate, do you like shopping at Namdaemun Market? -Yeah, I think it's great. The prices are low, and it's always lively. It's fun to shop there. ------------------------- What does 'it' refer to in 'It's always lively'? Does it mean 'Namdaemun...

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Claire: As you all know, almost everything can be delivered in Seoul, and I love that! Even hamburgers can be delivered here. Fangjin: And the speed of delivery is unbelievable. Last night, I ordered fried chicken, and it was delivered in less than 30 minutes. So quick! ------...

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<Shopping at Namdaemun Market> Well, I agree with you about the prices, but I don't know about the fun part. -What do you mean? -It's always crowded there. --------------------- In the last sentence, what does 'it' refer to?

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How does galbijjim? 1. It tastes a little spicy but delicious. 2. It tastes both spicy and very good to eat. 3. It tastes somewhat sweet but yummy. 4. It tastes both sweet and yummy. (Are the answers grammatical and can the be used commonly?)

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1. He just looks like his father. 2. He simply looks like his father. 3. He really/completely looks like his father. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?)

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I looked up the word 'just' in the dictionary. It means 'simply.' It means 'really or completely' as well. How do we distinguish the use of 'just'?

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People in Ottawa enjoy eating beaver tails. They just look like beavers' tales. ----------------------- What is the meaning of 'just' here? Does just mean 'exactly' or 'merely'?

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1. May I take your order? 2. Would you like to order now? 3. Will you order? 4. Order, please. 5. Please order your food. 6. Are you ready to order? 7. Do you want to order? 8. Why don't you order? 9. How about ordering? 10. What do you think of ordering? (In a restaurant,...

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May I take your order? May I have your order? (Are both OK? Which one is popular?) 1. Yes, I'll have a fish sandwich and a Coke. 2. Yes, I'll have a fish sandwich and a coke. (When answering the question, do we have to capitalize "C" in Coke?)

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