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On the way to Spo1 Park, I saw clothes on sale, which were cheap clothes. From the street vender, I bought some clothes before. This day, I bought 6 clothes at 20,000 won. I could buy the size 35 trousers, which were fit for my waist, though the trousers were kind of big for m...

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1. How kind he is! 2. How kind he isn't! 3. What a nice boy he is! 4. What a nice boy he isn't! (#1 is correct. However, what about #2, the negative form? Can we use this way? And #3 and #4 as well?)

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Homework Help Forum: English Posted by rfvv on Sunday, August 29, 2010 at 9:48pm. 1. The leaves fallen on the ground were wet and dirty. 2. The leaves which had been fallen on the ground were wet and dirty. 3. The leaves which was fallen on the ground were wet and dirty. (Does...

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1. She has a watch which is made in Switzerland. 2. She has a watch made in Switzerland. 3. She has a watch which was made in Switzerland. 4. She has a watch having been made in Switzerland. 5. She has a watch made in Switzerland. (#1 can be changed into #2. What about #3? Ca...

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1. The leaves fallen on the ground were wet and dirty. 2. The leaves which had been fallen on the ground were wet and dirty. 3. The leaves which was fallen on the ground were wet and dirty. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?)

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There is #1 in the triangle. 1. Color the #1 triangle yellow. 2. Color the empty triangle yellow. 3. Color the blank triangle yellow. 4. Color the #1 empty triangle yellow. (Which expressions should I use?)

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1. The country speaks Spanish. (Is this one grammatical?)

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1. She has a watch made in Switzerland. 2. She has a watch which is made in Switzerland. 3. She has a watch which was made in Switzerland. 4. She has a watch which has been made in Switzerland. 5. She has a watch having made in Switzerland. (What does #1 mean? Does it mean #2,...

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On summer vacation, I went to Spo1 Park. I went there by car. In the swimming pool of Spo1 Park, I enjoyed swimming and learned how to swim on my back (how to swim the backstroke, how to do the backstroke). It was not easy to swim on the back. I always feel so happy when I loo...

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1. He lives in a Spanish-speaking country. 2. He lives in a Spanish-spoken country. 3. He is a Spanish-speaking person. 4. he is a Spanish-spoken person. (Are #1 and # 3 right? The others are incorrect. Am I right? Why is that, then?)

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Sometimes he painted in his studio based on the sketches he drew outside. (is this sentence grammatical? What is the sense subject of 'based'? What other sentences can we make which have the same meaning?)

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1. When you call to others, use the home phone. 2. Call to others' home phone numbers. 3. With the home phone, call to others' home phones. Don't use cell phone when you call others' cell phones. Use the Interphone. It's much cheaper. (Are the expressions g...

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Is the lyric(story) of the song Clementine real?

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I appreciate your help. the second one is as follows. Question: What do you want to do if you earn/have a lot of money? 7. I want to learn a lot of things. First of all, I will learn how to swim from a swimming instructor. In the future, I can enjoy swimming in the sea for a l...

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What do you want to do if you have a lot of money? 1. I want to donate a large sum of money to a society for poor people. To die with money is a shame.] 2. I will go abroad to study English. I like to go to Harvard University, where I will major in economics. After graduating ...

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1. Sometimes I'm sad. 2. I am sometimes sad. 3. I am sad sometimes. 4. Sometimes I feel sad. 5. I sometimes feel sad. 6. I feel sad sometimes. (Are they all grammatical?)

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1. How about wearing something bright? 2. How about wearing bright color? 3. How about wearing brignt colors? 4. How about wearing a bright-color shirt? (Are they all grammatical? What other expressions can we use?)

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How do you pronounce "Manet", the famous French artist?

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1. A big rock fell off a truck. 2. A big rock fell from a truck. (Are both the same?) 3. The rock fell onto the street. 4. The rock fell on the street. 5. The rock fell to the street. (What is the difference among the three? Are they interchangable? Are they all correct? Which...

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1. They got the rock out of the street at last. 2. They got the rock from the street at last. 3. They took the rock out of the street at last. (Are they all the same?)

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1. Here is a man who wants to see you. 2. Here is a man wants to see you. 3. There are two boys who want to play tennis. 4. There are two boys want to play tennis. (Can we omit 'who' as in #2 and #4? Are they all correct?)

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Thank you? What about the following? 1. on (the) summer vacation. 2. over (the) summer vacation (Are both all correct?)

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1. What did you do during the summer vacation? 2. What did you do during summer vacation? (Which one is correct, #1 or #2?)

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* Has anyone seen the book I was reading? (Does thes sentence above mean #1 or #2?) 1. Has anyone seen before the book I was reading? 2. Has anyone seen the book I was reading? And does he know where the book is?

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1. I have seen the book you were reading. 2. I saw the book you were reading. (What is thedifference between them?)

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I can't understand the whole thing that he said. (What is the meaning of the sentence? 1. I can't understand what he said at all. 2. I can't understand some(?) of what he said. 3. I cann understand almost all the things that he said, but not all.)

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I can't understand the whole thing that he said. (What is the meaning of the sentence? 1. I can't understand what he said at all. 2. I can't understand some(?) of what he said. 3. I cann understand almost all the things that he said, but not all.)

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Many painters in Degas' time thought that they could be better painters by copying famous paintings. [ How do you pronounce "Degas'"? 1. ..z 2. ...ziz 3....(no 's' sound )]

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Traveling to Paksanghan Waterfall During the summer vacation, I went to Paksanghan Waterfall in the Philippines. I went there by zeepney and by canoe. In front of the waterfall, I took a lot of pictures. It was great fun to bathe in the water under the waterfall. I always feel...

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Does that mean you are not happy? - No. 1. No, I am not happy. 2. No, I don't mean I am not happy. (If the other person answers ' No', does 'no' mean #1 or #2?)

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Posted by rfvv on Thursday, August 19, 2010 at 5:56am. Life is full of colors. Red is love; 1)It comes from our hearts. Blue is sadness; 2) It falls from our eyes. (In the poem, what does each 'it' refer to?) English - Writeacher, Thursday, August 19, 2010 at 9:45am In...

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Colors of Our Friendship Friendhip is full of colors; Red is action; It makes us feel active. Green is freshness; It makes us to live harmoniously with others. Gray is gentleness; It makes us feel generous to others. (Is the poem grammatical?)

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Life is full of colors. Red is love; 1)It comes from our hearts. Blue is sadness; 2) It falls from our eyes. (In the poem, what does each 'it' refer to?)

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1. He has three hours soccer practice every day. 2. He has three hours' soccer practice every day. 3. He has three-hour soccer practice every day. (Which one is grammatical?)

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1. The snow here is strange. 2. The snow there was like flour. 3. The snow in Antarica was like flour. (Are they all grammatical? Then what is the part of spech of 'here' or there'?)

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It took about three and a half days to get here. (What does 'to get hear' modify? Is it a noun phrase or an adverrbial phrase?)

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I was very tired, but it was great to be in Antarctica. Everyting was covered with snow. 1)It was so beautiful. --------------------------- What does 1) refer to in the last sentence? Antarctica, everything, or everything in Antarctica?

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1. He felt happy. 2. He felt happiness. 3. He felt sad. 4. He felt sadness. (Are they all grammatical?)

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1. Where were you doing then? - I was taking a shower. 2. What were you doing then? - I was taking a shower. (Which question is right?)

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In a cavern, in a canyon Excavating for a mine Dwelt a miner forty-niner And his daughter, Clementine Oh, my darling, oh, my darling Oh, my darling Clementine You are lost and gone forever Dreadful sorry, Clementine ------------------ (Does the front part of the lyric mean #1 ...

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1. He ate much it. 2. He ate many it. 3. He ate much ot it. 4. He ate many of it. (Thank you. What aobut the sentences? Which ones are grammatical?)

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Doesn't 'lots of' modify 'it'?

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1. He ate lots of red bean sherbet. 2. He ate lots of it. (Can we use #2? It refers to red bean sherbet. What does 'lots' modify?)

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1. We got close to penguins. 2. We got near penguins. (Does #1 mean #2? close to = near?)

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1. Colors make up our world. 2. Our world is made up of colors. 3. Our world is made up by colors. (Is #2 the passive form of #2? What about #3? Is #3 the passive form of #1?)

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What is the difference between 'iceberg' and 'glacier'? Are they the same?

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1. The boat rocked so much that I got sick. 2. The boat rocked much enough for me to get sick. (Does #1 mean #2? Are both the same?) 3. The sound was from an iceberg which was breaking up. (Why do we have to use 'up' after 'breaking'? Can't we use 'brea...

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1. Why did Bill get sick? 2. Because the boat rocked so much. 3. The boat rocked so much. (Which one is better as the answer to the question? Are both OK?)

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1. It is strange for her to receive fan letters. 2. It is strange of her to receive fan letters. (Which one is correct, #1 or #2? Are both correct?) 3. She is strange to receive fan letters. (Is this sentence correct?)

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1. Look at her facial expression. 2. Look at her appearance. 3. Look at her looks. 4. How does she look? - She looks satisfied? 5. How do you think she looks? - I think she looks unsatisfied. (Can we use all the expressions? Do we have to use a singular expression or a plural ...

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Describe the girl in each picture. How does she look? She looks happy in the first picture. What about the girl in Picture 2? I think she looks angry or upset. Then what about the girl in the last picture? She looks surprised. Good job! (Would you check the passage above? Are ...

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1. The boat rocked so much that I got sick. 2. The boat rocked so much that I got seasick. (Does #1 mean #2?)

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Posted by rfvv on Friday, July 2, 2010 at 1:00am. 1. What does she look like? She looks sad. 2. What is she like? She looks happy. 3. How does she look? She looks surprised. 4. What does her appearance look like? She looks upset. (Are the questions and answers grammatical?) En...

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1. It was fun for Tom to play with snow. 2. It was fun of Tom to play with snow. 3. It was funny for Tom to play with snow. 4. It was funny of Tom to play with snow. (Which ones are grammatical?)

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1. Say your thoughts about the following. 2. Say your ideas about the following. 3. Say something about the following pictures in your own words. 4. Speak your own ideas about the following. (Are they grammatical? Which ones are right?)

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1. What does she look like? She looks sad. 2. What is she like? She looks happy. 3. How does she look? She looks surprised. 4. What does her appearance look like? She looks upset. (Are the questions and answers grammatical?)

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1. It is great fun to draw cartoons. 2. It is complicated to study math. 3. It is dangerous to ride a bike on the street. 4. it is useful to study math. 5. It is good to play the guitar. 6. It is amusing to play the guitar. 7. It is difficult to study math. (What do you think ...

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Classes have also started at music school now. I go twice a week for piano. I'm continuing my tennis lessons. Oh yes, I've been moved up to the "older" group in tennis. Wednesdays I go to Auntie Mike's for English lessons. Tuesdays I have choir practice. ...

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1. I'd better get going. (What is the meaning of 'get going'? What other expressions can we use?)

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1. Blue helps with headaches. (What is the meaning of 'with' in this sentence?)

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1. A rainbow is an arch of seven different colors, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. (is this grammatically correct?) 2. What is the color of the tulip? 3. What's the tulip's color? 4. It's pink. 5. It's the color pink. 6. It's the pink c...

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1. You should write down your age, height and weight on the paper. Looking at them, introduce yourself. 2. Yous should write down the information about your age, height and weight on the paper. With them, introduce yourself. 3. You should write down the numbers related to your...

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1. His age is 14. 2. His height is 158cm tall. 3. His weight is 48kg. (Are the sentences all grammatical?) 4. What is the negative sentence of the declarative sentence? When you make a negative sentence, you should put 'don't' before a base verb. (Is this one gramm...

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1. This is a superlative sentence. e.g. Mr. Pitt is the heaviest of the three. 2. This is a comparative sentence. e.g. Emily is taller than Bob. 3. This sentence is in the past tense, so you should use the past form of 'go'. e.g. He (went) to the movies yeaterday. Wha...

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1. Change the numbers into the Arabic numerals. 2. Change the numerals into the Arabic numerals. 3. Write the Arabic numbers in English. (Are they all grammatical?)

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Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, June 23, 2010 at 4:16am. How do you read the numbers? 13 14 42 (Answer) thirteen, fourteen, forty-two (Are the expressions above right? Can we ask "Write the numbers in English?" Is this question better?) English - Writeacher, Wednesday, ...

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How do you read the numbers? 13 14 42 (Answer) thirteen, fourteen, forty-two (Are the expressions above right? Can we ask "Write the numbers in English?" Is this question better?)

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1. What is your animal sign? 2. What is your Oriental animal sign? 3. What is your star sign? 4. My animal sign is Cow. 5. My animal sign is the Cow. 6. My animal sign is the cow. (Which expressions are correct?)

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How did Muhammad,the founder of Islam, die? Where can I get the information about that?

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1. They raise popular pets,e.g. cats and dogs. (How do you read "e.g." in English?)

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I have three pictures. In Picture One, there are one green ball and one red ball. You can describe what you have in the picture using the phrase "one - the other." For example, I have two balls. One is green and the other is red. Can you make sentences like this con...

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1. Your voice is deeper than before. (What is the opposite of 'deeper'?) 2. You have a deep bass voice. 3. You have a soprano voice. 4. You have a tenor voice. (Are they all grammatical? Do you have some more expressions?)

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1. Who is the oldest? - They are the same age. 2. Who is older, Betty or Tom? They are (of) the same age. (Can we add 'of'? Are the questionsa and answerws right?) 3. Who is heavier, Emily or Mary? 3-1. Both are the same weight. 3-2. They are the same weight. 3-3. They...

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1. The temperature here is of medium. 2. The temperature here is of average. 3. The temperature here is neither low now high. (Would you correct errors?)

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1. What kind of favorite movies do you like? 2. What kind of favorite movie do you like? - I like horror movies. (Are the questions and answer correct? Do we have to use the plural form, 'kinds'?) 3. What is your favorite kind of movies/movie? - 4. It is horror movies....

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1. Who weighs more, Mr. Pitt or Emily?. -Mr. Pitt weighs more than Emily. 2. Who is heavier, Emily or Bob? - Bob is heavier than Emily. 3. Who is the tallest of the three? - Mr. Pitt is the tallest. 3. Who is the taller of the two? - Emily is the taller fo the two. - Emily is ...

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Let's look at the two comparative sentences. When we compare the degrees of two things and people, we use comparative forms. 1. Emily is younger than Bob. 2. Bob is shorter than Emily. (Will you check all the sentences above? Correct errors, please. What is the part of spe...

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1. Bob is 4 cm shorter than Emily. 2. Mr. Pitt is 16 kg heavier than Emily. 3. Emily is 1 year younger than Bob. 4. Bob weighs 4kg more than Emily. (Are the expressions correct grammatically?)

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1. It is a quarter past seven. 2. It is a quarter after seven. 3. It is a quart to seven. 4. It is a quarter before seven. (#1 is the same as #2, right? #3 is the same as #4? Why is 'to' used here in #3 instead of 'before'?)

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1. Are you interested in gardening? 2. Not really. 3. Not much. (Is #2 the same as #3 in meaning?)

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1. The new automatic teller machine did not function as expected. 2. The new auto teller machine did not function as expected. 3. The new automated teller machine did not function as expected. (Which expression is grammatical? ATM)

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1.Drink a lot of water at a time is not good for your health. You need to drink abut five bottles of 2 liter clean water by taking time. 2. He is wearing a soccer uniform. There is Number 9 on his left chest of his clothing. 3. Skipping breakfast is not good for your health. D...

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1. He is holding a soccer ball between his right arm and his body. 2. The man is wearing a backpack on his back, and the woman is wearing a small bag around her body from her left shoulderto her right waist. 3. He is eating a cereal with milk. In the picture, he is holding a s...

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Would you check the expressions?

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1. He is leaning on a bike. 2. He has put his arms on a bike and his body is leaning against the bike. 3. He has a soccer ball, and he is also wearing a soccer uniform. 4.The woman is holding and showing a fruit bowl full of a lot of vegetables.

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(Question)Which do we use as an objective complement, an objective case or a subjective case? And would you let me know some examples? 1. I think the girl she. 2. I think the girl her. (What about these examples?)

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1. I have got a cell phone. 2. I have a cell phone. 3. I've got a cell phone. (What is the use of 'have' and 'have got'? Which one is a colloquial expression?)

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1. A: Is Don in? 2. B: This is he. 3. B1: This is him. (This is a telephone conversation. Can we use both 2and 3? Which one is grammatical?)

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Would you check errors in the passage?

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Today we had a medical/physical checkup at school. A doctor and three nurses came to our school. I was 60 cm tall last year. Now I am 65 cm tall. I grew 5 cm from last year. My hearing was good. However, my teeth and eyes were bad. The doctor said I'm in bad health. I need...

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Thank you. 1. He weighs by 70kg.(What about this one? Is 'weighs' a transitive verb or an intransitive verv?)

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1. How heavy is he? - He is 70 kg. 2. How much does he weigh? - He is 70kg. (Which one is right? Are both right? Which one is commonly used?)

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1. I grew 10 cm from last year. 2. I have grown 10 cm from last year. 3. I grew by 10 cm from last year. (Are they all correct?)

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1. I am 100% about that. 2. I am 100% sure about that. 3. I am positive about that. 4. I am 100% positive about that. 5. I am 100% certain about that. (Are they the same and grammatical?)

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1. He scored 98 % in/on the English test. 2. He scored 98 points in/on the English exam. (Which expression is correct? Do we have to use 'in' or 'on'?)

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Is Don in? (telephone) - He is not in at the moment. (What other expressions can we use instead of 'at the moment'?)

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Flip the coin. If you get heads, move one space/step/circle forward. If you get tails, move two spaces/steps/circles forward. -There are circles on the board. In each circle, there is an expression or a piccture.- (Are they correct? By the way, which side is heads and which si...

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1. If you like swimming, this house will be perfect for you. Then, please call at 731-1234. 2. If you are interested in swimming, this house will be great for you. Then, please call me at 731-1234. 3. If you love swimming, this house will be fantastic for you. Then, please com...

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1. No boy is faster than me in my class. 2. No one is faster than me in my class. 3.No boys are faster than me in my class. 4. Nobody is faster than me in my class. 5. Noone is faster than me in my classl. (Which ones are correct and commonly used?)

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1. Sometimes, you want to be alone. (Is 'alone' an adjective or an adverb'?)

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