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November 28, 2014

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English
1. Blue whales eat only krill. 2. There is a krill in the sea. 3. There are many krills in the sea. 4. There are much krill in the sea. 5. There are many krill in the sea. (Which ones are grammatical? Would you check them? Thank you.)
November 20, 2012

English
If there is much running water from the faucet, the water becomes lukewarm. So you should turn down the faucet a little so that it has little running water, and then the water will become more warm or hot. Then the baby in the bath tub will not feel cold. He can enjoy bathing ...
November 20, 2012

Social Studies
1. Does only one baby blue whale drink 200 liters of its mother's milk every day? 2. Does only one African elephant eat about 200 kg of plants a day?
November 20, 2012

English
1. Can you give me a rain check? 2. Can I take a rain check? 3. Can I have a frain check? 4. Can I get a rain check? (Are they all grammatical and the same? Which expression is commonly used?)
November 20, 2012

social studies
What is the color of the bristles?
November 19, 2012

social studies
Do blue whales have long white hair or black hair on their face?
November 19, 2012

Social Studies
Which one is the longest among Royal Pythons, Reticulate Pythons, and Anacondas?
November 19, 2012

English
1. They move only 2 meters an hour. 2. They move only for 2 meters an hour. 3. They move for only 2 meters an hour. (Are all grammatical?)
November 19, 2012

Social studies
In the old days, people had to make the ropes tight before they went to bed. Do you know the reason why they had to make the ropes tight? Is that because of the shape of the bed in the old days?
November 19, 2012

English
1. I need some bread and some cheese. 2. I need some bread and cheese. (Are both the same or different in meaning?)
November 19, 2012

English
1. People were worried that their souls might not get back into their bodies. 2. People were worried because their souls might not get back into their bodies. (Are both the same? Is 'that....' an adverbial phrase?) 3. He was happy that she got the first prize in the ...
November 18, 2012

social studies
Squanto was poisoned by the Wampanoag, some people believed at that time. On the way back home from the Wampanoag he became sick and got a fever. He bleeded from his nose and he died. (What does 'poisoned' mean here? Did he drink a poisoned beverage? Or did he eat ...
November 14, 2012

English
1. Plants grow in earth. 2. Plants grow on earth. 3. Plants grow in the earth. 4. Plants grow on the earth. (Which ones are correct? What does #1 mean? Does #i mean that plants grows under the earth?)
November 14, 2012

english
1. He is of average height. 2. He is around average height. 3. He is a little below average height. 4. He is over average height. 5. He is of much more average height. 6. he is a little average in height. 7. He is more average in height. (Are they all grammatical?)
November 14, 2012

English
1. I have to go to my English academy to learn English from a native speaker. 2. I have to have a group chatting on the smart phone with my close friends. 3. I have to play computer games on-line. 4. I have to complete my social studies homework with Powerpoint. 5. I have to ...
November 14, 2012

English
1. He is riding a horse. 2. He is riding on a horse. 3. He has to ride a taxi. 4. He has to ride on a taxi. 5. He has to ride in a taxi. 6. He will ride a bus. 7. He will ride on a bus. 8. He will ride in a bus. 9. He will ride the subway. 10. He will ride on the subway. 11. ...
November 14, 2012

English
Posted by John on Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at 3:08pm. 1. He is average height. 2. He is medium height. Are both grammatical? •English expression - Writeacher, Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at 3:21pm He is of average height. He is medium in height. •English expression - ...
November 14, 2012

English
1. Will you recommend me a book? - I recommend you this book, the Autobiography of Benjamin franklin. 2. I recommend you that you go shopping with your wife. 3. I recommend this smart phone to you. 4. I recommend you that you shoud go shopping with your wife. 5. I recommend ...
November 11, 2012

English
e.g. I have a soda to recommend. ( What is 'soda'? Are both Coke and Cola a soda? Is 'soda' different from 'soda water' or 'soda pup'?)
November 11, 2012

English
Where can I find a copy? - You can find it in Aisle 1. (In this short dialogue, what does 'a copy' refer to in detail?)
November 11, 2012

English
1. I suggest you try it. 2. I demand you try it. (Are both all grammatical?) 3. How many floors is the second floor from ground? (Is it grammatical? What will be the answer to this question?)
November 11, 2012

English
They worked in the garden, but they worked wrong. What did they do wrong? (Are the sentences grammatical? Do we have to use 'wrongly' instead of 'wrong'?)
November 7, 2012

English
They worked in the garden, but they worked wrong? What did they dod wrong? (Is the sentences grammatical? Do we have to use 'wrongly' instead of 'wrong'?)
November 7, 2012

Social studies
..typo....who left for the new land...
November 6, 2012

Social studies
Where can I get the information about the origin of Thanksgiving Day in detail? There are questions related Pilgrim Fathers who left for the nes land. Would you answer them, please? 1. Where did they (Pilgrim Fathers) leave for the North America? 2. Did they leave for North ...
November 6, 2012

English
Finally, he arrives at the class. (Is this grammatical?)
November 5, 2012

Social studies
1. How many times do children have a sleepover party a year? 2. In what season do they have a sleepover party usually? 3. Do all parents pick up their children next morning? (Would you answer the questions? Thank you.)
November 4, 2012

English
1. Get a tent and sleep outside in your backyard. (In this sentence, what other verbs can we use instead of 'get' to make the sentences having the same meaning?)
November 3, 2012

English
Posted by rfvv on Friday, November 2, 2012 at 10:46pm. 1. Mom will give me turky sandwiches for lunch for the next two weeks. 2. Mom will give turky sandwiches for lunch to me for the next two weeks. (Are both right?) 3. Mom will give me turky sandwiches for lunch during the ...
November 2, 2012

English
1. He only comes home during school breaks and Thanksgiving. 2. He only comes home during school vacations and Thanksgiving. (Are both grammatical? What is the difference between 'breaks' and 'vacations?)
November 2, 2012

English
1. He had to check the oven every 15 minutes. 2. He had to check the oven every 15th minute. (Are both grammatical?) 3. Mom will give me turkey sandwich for lunch for the next two week. (Is 'for lunch' an adjective pharase or an adverbial phrase? Does 'for lunch&#...
November 2, 2012

English
1. We had so much fun! 2. We enjoyed ourselves so much! 3. We really enjoyed ourselfes! 4. We had a very good time! 5. We enjoyed ourselves very much! 6. We enjoyed ourselves too much! (Are they all the same?)
November 2, 2012

English
1. Mom will give me turky sandwiches for lunch for the next two weeks. 2. Mom will give turky sandwiches for lunch to me for the next two weeks. (Are both right?) 3. Mom will give me turky sandwiches for lunch during the next two weeks. (Can we substitute 'during' for...
November 2, 2012

English, Social studies
1. We had a sleepover at Susan's house. 2. We had a sleepover party at Susan's house. (Which expression is correct? Are both grammatical?) Q2: Do only girls have a sleepover? How about boys? Do they have sleepover parties? Do all teenagers have sleepover party in the USA?
November 2, 2012

English
1. At Thanksgiving Americans eat a roast turkey. 2. On Thanksgiving Americans eat a roast turkey. (Which preposition, do we have to use 'at' or 'on' before 'Thanksgiving'? Are both OK?) 3. on/at the weekend 4. on/at Sunday 5. on/at New Year's Day 6...
October 31, 2012

Social studies
How many percent of kids go trick or treating on Halloween Day in the USA or in another country?
October 30, 2012

English
Thank you. Then if somebody wants to shout to me on the street, what expressions does he have to use with 'call'? 1. He talked to me. 2. He shouted to me. 3. He spoke to me in a loud voice. 4. He called me while I was walking on the sidewalk. 5. He called ________. (...
October 29, 2012

English
Posted by rfvv on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 9:20pm. 1. He called the judge. 2. He shout to the judge. 3. He made a phone call to the judge. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?) •English - Ms. Sue, Friday, October 26, 2012 at 9:23pm 1 and 3 are the same. In 2, shout is the wrong ...
October 29, 2012

English
1. He called the judge. 2. He shout to the judge. 3. He made a phone call to the judge. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?)
October 26, 2012

Social studies
When children go trick or treating, how many candies does each person give usually?
October 26, 2012

Social studies
Do only girls have sleepover party (pajama party)in the USA?
October 24, 2012

English
Question 2: Does 'at a good price' mean 'at an expensive price' or 'at a reasonable price' or 'at a low price'?
October 24, 2012

English
You can buy fashionable shoes at a good price. (Is 'at a good price' an adjective phrase modifying 'shoes'? Or is 'at a good price' an adverbial phrase modifying 'buy'?)
October 24, 2012

English
1. What do you want to be in the future? - I want to be a certified real estate agent. 2. What do you want to become in the future? -I want to become a certified real estate agent. 3. What do your parents want you to become? - They want me to become a public prosecutor. 4. ...
October 24, 2012

English
1. He lied me that you were a fine gardener. 2. He lied that you were a fine gardener. 3. He lied to me that you were a fine gardener. 4. He lied. 5. He lied you were a fine gardener. (Are they all grammatical? Which ones are wrong grammatically?)
October 24, 2012

English
1. What do you do? - I am a student. 2. What does your father do? - He is an architect. 3. What does your mother do? - She is an accountant. 4. What do you want to be in the future? - I want to be a pharmacist. 5. Why do you want to be a pharmacist? - I want to make good ...
October 23, 2012

English
1. They are wearing brand name shoes. 2. They are wearing brand-name shoes. 3. They are wearing name brand shoes. 4. They are wearing anme-brand shoes. (Which one is correct?)
October 23, 2012

English
If we can produce the final draft within next week, we can finalize this treaty by the end of this month. (Is this sentence grammatical? Would you correct any errors?)
October 23, 2012

English
You look down. You look blue. You look depressed. You look melancholy. You look gloomy. (Are they all the same?)
October 21, 2012

Social studies
Posted by rfvv on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 9:03pm. How many lakes does the National Trust in England have? It's hard to find the information about that on the Internet. About 136 lakes or 500 lakes? Would you let me know that or the website? Thank you. •social ...
October 19, 2012

social studies
How many lakes does the National Trust in England have? It's hard to find the information about that on the Internet. About 136 lakes or 500 lakes? Would you let me know that or the website? Thank you.
October 18, 2012

english
1. On Christmas, children usually get gifts from their parents. 2. At Christmas, children usually get gifts from their parents. 3. On Christmas day, children usually get gifts from their parents. 4. For Christmas, children usually get gifts from their parents. (Are the ...
October 14, 2012

English
He went on a trip. He went on a bike riding. He went on a vacation. He went on a walk. He went on a shop. He went on a hunt. He went on a fishing. He went on a drive. He went on a hike. He went on a jog. (Can we use all the expressions above?)
October 12, 2012

Bristsh history
Did Beatrix Potter go to school or did she learn from private tutors only?
October 12, 2012

social studies
Is the Lake District in Scotland or England in the United Kingdom? Is the National Trust a government organization?
October 12, 2012

English
Posted by rfvv on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 3:39am. 1. The grass grows thick in the garden. 2. The grass grows thickly in the garden. 3. The grass grows thin in the garden. 4. The grass grows thinly in the garden. (Which expressions are correct and grammatical?) •...
October 11, 2012

English
Posted by rfvv on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 3:39am. 1. The grass grows thick in the garden. 2. The grass grows thickly in the garden. 3. The grass grows thin in the garden. 4. The grass grows thinly in the garden. (Which expressions are correct and grammatical?) •...
October 11, 2012

English
1. The grass grows thick in the garden. 2. The grass grows thickly in the garden. 3. The grass grows thin in the garden. 4. The grass grows thinly in the garden. (Which expressions are correct and grammatical?)
October 11, 2012

History
Did Beatrix Potter have children? How many children did she have? She gave what she had to the National Thrust. I mean the author of the tale of Peter Rabbit. And were can I find the movie Miss Potter about Beatrix Potter?
October 10, 2012

English
1. He stayed up late studying last night. 2. He stayed up late while he was studying last night. 3. He stayed up late while he studied last night. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Do we have to use 'while' or'when', etc?)
October 7, 2012

English
1. The Beatles were not happy at all. 2. The Beatles was not happy at all. (Which one is grammatical?)
October 7, 2012

English
1. Fifty states make up the U.S.A. 2. Fifty states compose the U.S.A. 3. Fifty states comprise the U.S.A. 4, The U.S.A. is composed of fifty states. 5. The U.S.A. consists of fifty states. 6. The U.S.A. is made up of fifty states. (Are they all grammatical and the same?)
October 6, 2012

English
1. He wants to be a singer in the future. 2. He was a lawyer in the past. 3. He is a doctor in the present. 4. He is a doctor at present. 5. He is a doctor at the moment. 6. He is a doctor currently. 7. He is a doctor now. 8. He is a doctor at the present. (From #3 to #8, ...
October 5, 2012

English
1. What did you get for your birthday? 2. What did you get on your birthday? (Which one is right? Are both right? What is a slight difference between them?)
October 3, 2012

English
1. the baseball players lost the game because they were out of practice. (What is the opposite of 'out of practice'? Is it 'in practice'?)
October 3, 2012

English
A: I'm very hungry. B: Let's go to the restaurant then. (In this sentence, what is the use of 'the' before 'restaurant'? Does it refer to the specific restaurant or is 'the' used in generic usage?)
September 24, 2012

Social studies
What does "the Pyramids" refer to in Egypt? How many pyramids are called 'the Pyramids'?
September 24, 2012

English
1. Hwajeon is made from rice cake and flowers such as roses and azaleas. 2. Hwajeon is made from rice cake and flowers such as roses or azaleas. (Which one is right? Do we have to use 'and' or 'or'?)
September 23, 2012

English
1. Where do you buy a scarf? -I buy it at the department store. 2. Where do you buy the scarf? -I buy it at the department store. 3. Where do you buy scarves? -I buy them at the department store. (Which question is correct grammatically?)
September 22, 2012

English
1. These are rice cake. 2. These are rice cakes. 3. This is rice cake. 4. This is a rice cake. (Which ones are right?)
September 19, 2012

English
Thank you. Havd a good time.
September 19, 2012

English
Is 's' in Nasrredin /s/ or /z/?
September 19, 2012

English
e.g. Nasrredin and the Fish How do you pronounce "Nasrredin"?
September 19, 2012

English
1. Copy the famous pictures in museums. 2. Copy the famous pictures of museums. 3. In museums, copy the famous pictures. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Is "in museums" an adjective phrase or an adverbial phrase? Thank you.)
September 19, 2012

English
1. I want to tell him to draw as many cartoons as possible. 2. I want to tell him to draw many cartoons. 3. I want to tell him to draw many comic books. 4. I want to tell him to spend a lot of time drawing pictures. 5. I want to tell him to read as many comic books as possible...
September 19, 2012

English
Volunteering at a day-care center. I have worked at a day-care center. I went there once a month. There were a lot of things to do. I took care of young children. I played with them. I changed their diapers and clothes. I washed the kids, too. I like the work very much because...
September 19, 2012

English
1. They will come together to the office. 2. They will come to the office together. (Which one is right? Are both right? Which one is commonly used?)
September 19, 2012

English
A: Go straight one block and turn left at the corner. B: I'm sorry? A:Go straight one block and turn left at the corner. It's on your right. (Can we use 'I'm sorry?' instead of 'Pardon?')
September 17, 2012

English
1. I will take subway to save time. 2. I will take the subway to save time. (Which one is correct? Do we have to add 'the' before 'subway' all the time?)
September 17, 2012

English
1. They are talking about traditional Korean food. 2. They are talking about Korean traditional food. (Which one is correct?)
September 15, 2012

English
1. I have helped an old man to cross the street on a crosswalk. 2. I have helped a foreigner to find a post office. 3. I have helped a missing child to go back to his home. 4. I have helped an old lady to carry things. 5. I have helped a man to take a highway. 6. I have helped...
September 15, 2012

English
1. This tea is to go. 2. This tea is for here. (What is the part of speech of 'to go' and 'for here'? And what is the meaning of both?)
September 13, 2012

English
Thank you. "The brain' is in the generic use, isn't it?
September 12, 2012

English
What are fish heads good for? 1. They are good for the brain. 2. They are good for brains. 3. They are good for a brain. 4. They are good for our brain. 5. They are good for our brains. (Which answers are correct?)
September 12, 2012

English
1. I will take the fish body. 2. I will eat the fish body. (Are both the same? Does 'take' mean 'eat' in this sentence?)
September 12, 2012

English
1. People in my town eat fish a lot, but we eat only fish heads. 2. People in my town eat fish a lot, but they eat only fish heads. (Which one do we have to use, 'we' or 'they'? Are they the same? Is there any difference in meaing?)
September 12, 2012

English
1. There are many needle-leaved trees in the mountain. 2. There are many needle-leafed trees in the mountain. 3. There are many needle leaf trees in the mountain. 4. There are many broad-leafed trees in the mountain. 5. There are many broad-leaved trees in the mountain. 6. ...
September 12, 2012

English
1. I am a dentist, am I not? 2. I am a dentist, aren't I? 3. I am a dentist, ain't I? (Which one is grammatically correct?)
September 12, 2012

English
1. I will visit my grandparents next month. 2. I intend to visit my grandparents next month. 3. I am going to visit my grandparents next month. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3 in meaning?)
September 12, 2012

English
1. He is delivering lunches to elderly people. 2. He is delivering lunch boxes to elderly people. 3. He is delivering lunch boxes for elderly people. (Does "lunches" mean "lunch boxes"? Can we use 'for' instead of 'to'? Do they have the same...
September 10, 2012

English
1. I have helped an elementary school student to cross a street. 2. I have helped an old man to find a drug store. 3. I have helped an old lady to find her daughter's apartment. 4. I have helped a blind man to buy things at a supermarket. 5. I have helped a drowning boy to...
September 10, 2012

English
1. You must have walked long, musn't you? 2. Tom must gets up early, mustn't he? 3. Ann seldom goes to the movies, does she? (Are they all grammatical?)
September 9, 2012

English
A: Seho, what are you doing? B: Hi, Inho. I'm doing my math homework. A: Hurry up! We have to play soccer in the playground. B: We have a soccer match on Thursday. Today is Wednesday. A: No, it's Thursday today. Come here quickly. B: Sorry. I'll be there. Wait for ...
September 3, 2012

English
1. How about painting the wall a new color? 2. How about we paint the wall a new color? (Are both grammatical?)
August 31, 2012

English
1. They are skating in an ice rink. 2. They are skating at an ice rink. 3. They are skating on an ice rink. (Which one is correct?) 4. We are going to ski at a ski resort. 5. we are going to ski at Yongpyeong Ski Resort. 6. We are going to ski on a mountain. 7. We are going to...
August 30, 2012

English
Thank you for your help. Would you check the writing above? Correct errors, please. Thank you.
August 29, 2012

English
We can see many items in the picture. There is an MP3 player and earphones are attached to the MP3 player. There is a sketchbook and two 4B pencils are near the sketchbook. Looking at the picture, answer the questions. What are you going to do this Saturday? (I'm going to ...
August 29, 2012

English
1. When does the market open? It opens every five days. 2. How often does the market open? It opens every five days. 3. How many times does the market open? It opens every five days. (Which question is correct? Are all acceptable?)
August 27, 2012

English
What is the difference between 'be made of' and 'be made from'?
August 27, 2012

English
1. Tadpole noodles are made from corn. 2. Tadpole noodles are made of corn. (Which one is right?) 3. She is going to go for a hike. 4. She is going to go hiking. 5. She is going to go on a hike. 6. She is going to go out for a hike. (Are the four sentences all grammatical? ...
August 27, 2012

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