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May 29, 2015

Posts by rfvv


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1. What kind of food can you make? 2. What kinds of food can you make? ------------------- Do we have to use 'kind' or 'kinds'? Which one do we have to use? Are both OK? Then, is there any difference between them?
April 13, 2015

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1. A: Where can we hear this announcement? B: We can here it in an airplane. 2. A: Where can we hear this announcement? B: We can here it on an airplane. -------------------- Q1: Do we have to use 'in' or 'on'? Q2: Is the expression 'announce' (from ...
April 13, 2015

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1. I read Chapter 2 of my history book. 2. I read chapter 2 of my history book. ======================= Which one is grammatical? Do we have to use the capital letter or not?
April 12, 2015

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What can we do to save water? 1. We can turn off the water when we are not using it. 2. We can turn off the water when we are brushing teeth. 3. We can use only a little water when we wash face. 4. We can use a little water when we wash hair. 5. We can take a shower every two ...
April 10, 2015

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1. I didn't use paper cups or plates at the picnic. ================== What does 'the picnic' mean? Does 'the picnic' mean 'the picnic site'?
April 10, 2015

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What kinds of food can you make? 1. I can make pasta. 2. I can make ramen. 3. I can make noodles. 4. I can make fruit soup/juice. 5. I can make cooked rice. 6. I can make cookies. 7. I can make bread. 8. I can make Japanese food, sushi. 9. I can make pasta, Italian food. 10. I...
April 9, 2015

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1. Evenings, we sit at home and watch TV. 2. Every evening, we sit at home and watch TV. 3. In the evenings, we sit at home and watch TV. 4. In the evening, we sit at home and watch TV. ================================ Thank you for your help......In the sentences above, does...
April 9, 2015

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1. Bring me the chair. 2. Bring the chair to me. 3. Take me my house. 4. Take me to my house. ================== Does #1 mean #2? What about the verb 'take'? Is #3 incorrect? The structure of the verb 'bring' seems to be different from the verb 'take.' ...
April 9, 2015

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1. I'll bring it to you tonight. 2. I'll take it to you tonight. ================ Which one is grammatical? Are both OK?
April 9, 2015

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1. He stopped reading a book to watch TV. 2. He stopped walking to watch the accident. 3. He stopped working to take a rest. 4. He stopped watching TV to take a nap. 5. He stopped driving his car to sleep in the car for some time. --------------------------- Are the sentences ...
April 9, 2015

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1. I'll remember to see the movie with my friend. 2. I'll remember that I have to see the movie with my friend. 3. I'll remember that I will see the movie with my friend. 4. I'll remember that I can see the movie with my friend. 5. I'll remember that I must...
April 9, 2015

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1. I'd better put less food on my lunch plate tomorrow. 2. I'd better put less food on my lunch tray tomorrow. 3. I'd better put less food on my lunch food tray tomorrow. ---------------------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Does 'tray' mean '...
April 8, 2015

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4. He recommended the book to me. 5. He recommended me the book. ------------------ (Are both grammatical?)
April 8, 2015

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1. What will you recommend as a resorting place? 2. He recommended a good place to play with friends. 3. What about the restaurant that the man recommended for/to us. ------------------------------ Thank you for your help. What about the sentences? Are they grammatical?
April 8, 2015

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1. I ate little food on my lunch plate. 2. I ate a little food on my lunch plate. 3. I ate less food than Bill. 4. Bill ate more food than me. 5. I ate the least food in my class. 6. I ate the least food of all my classmates. 7. I ate the least food of all of us...
April 7, 2015

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1. He kept a secret. 2. He broke a secret 3. He let out a secret. 4. He gave away a secret. 5. He betrayed a secret. ================= What is the opposite of #1? Can the others be used as the opposite? What is commonly used?
April 7, 2015

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1. Will you bring me the lamp? 2. OK. I'll bring it right back. 3. OK. I'll take it right back. ------------ Which answer is correct? Are both OK? Which one is commonly used?
April 7, 2015

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Yesterday my American friend asked me how long I had been learning English. I said I had been learning English since middle school. He was surprised. And he said, ¡°Why do you learn English?¡± When we travel to foreign countries, have a conversation ...
April 6, 2015

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1. Buy one, get one free. 2. Buy one, and get one free. 3. If you buy one, you will get one free. 4. If you buy one, you get one free. ============================ What does #1 mean?
April 2, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 4:10pm. 1. What a messy room! Can you give me a hand cleaning it, Matt? 2. What a messy room! Can you give me a hand which will clean it, Matt? ======================= Does #1 mean #2? •English - Writeacher, Wednesday, April 1...
April 1, 2015

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1. Take it easy. 2. Make yourself at home. 3. Make yourself comfortable. ============ Are they the same in meaning? Do we have more similar expressions?
April 1, 2015

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1-1. Pets which are welcomed 2-1. American and Indian food which are served ========= Thank you for your help. Do the previous ones mean these ones?
April 1, 2015

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1. Pets welcomed 2. American and Indian food served =============== Can the expression be used as titles?
April 1, 2015

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Let's make it at six in the evening. - That's too late. How about an hour earlier? - Good, see you then. =================== Does 'make it' mean 'meet'?
April 1, 2015

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1. What a messy room! Can you give me a hand cleaning it, Matt? 2. What a messy room! Can you give me a hand which will clean it, Matt? ======================= Does #1 mean #2?
April 1, 2015

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1. Hurry up! You have only twenty minutes left. 2. Hurry up! Only twenty minutes are left. 3. Hurry up! You have only twenty minutes (which are) left. ================= Are #1 and #2 the same in meaning? Is 'which are' omitted in #2?
March 30, 2015

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1. I'm getting dressed to go to school. 2. I'm getting dressed for school. 3. I'm putting on clothes for school. 4. I'm wearing clothes for school. 5. I'm putting on clothes to go school. 6. I'm wearing clothes to go school. ================= Which ones...
March 30, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Monday, March 30, 2015 at 2:29am. Posted by rfvv on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 3:16am. 1. In the evening, Sonya's father cooks dinner. 2. In the evenings, Sonya's father cooks dinner. 3. Evenings, Sonya's father cooks dinner. 4. Every evening, ...
March 30, 2015

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1. Did anyone call for me while I was gone? 2. Did anyone call me while I was gone? ---------------- Which one is grammatical?
March 30, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 3:16am. 1. In the evening, Sonya's father cooks dinner. 2. In the evenings, Sonya's father cooks dinner. 3. Evenings, Sonya's father cooks dinner. 4. Every evening, Sonya's father cooks dinner. (What is the ...
March 30, 2015

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1. Did you lock the keys in the car? 2. Did you lock the doors in the car? ------------------ Are they grammatical?
March 29, 2015

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Don't use plastic bags to save the environment. ============ What is the meaning of 'save' here? what other words can we use instead of 'save'?
March 25, 2015

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How do you pronounce the Russian names? 1. Sonya 2. Olga 3. Anton What about Russian pronunciation? Is Russian pronunciation the same as English pronuncination?
March 24, 2015

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1. A lot of Russian families have a dacha. 2. A lot of Russian families have their dacha. 3. A lot of Russian families have dachas. 4. A lot of Russian families have their dachas. -------------------- Which ones are grammatical? Do they have the same meaning?
March 24, 2015

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1. Our picnic box was heavier than usual because we didn't bring paper cups of plates. 2. Our picnic box was heavier than usual because we didn't take paper cups of plates. ---------------- Do we have to use 'bring' or 'take'? Are both grammatical? ...
March 23, 2015

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1. I usually take the stairs instead of taking the elevator. 2. I usually use the stairs instead of using the elevator. (Are borth grammatical? Do we have to use only 'take'? )
March 23, 2015

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1. Playing computer games in not good for your health. You may have some problems on your eyes. (Do we have to use 'on' or 'in' before 'eyes'?) 2. The boy is planting a tree. He is adding some soil around the tree. 3. The boys are playing soccer in the ...
March 23, 2015

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Do you eat a lot of fast food? - Yes, I do. - It's not good for your health. What do you have to do? -I'd better not eat a lot of fast food. -------------------------------------- Do you play computer games too much? - Yes, I do. - It not desirable because you have to ...
March 22, 2015

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What is the difference between 'plate' and 'dish'?
March 22, 2015

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1. It's very noisy here. 2. I can't stand it anymore. =========================== What does 'it' refer to in #1? What does 'it' refer to in #2? Are both refer to the same thing?
March 19, 2015

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1. The pianist whom I like most is Kissin. 2. The pianist who I like most is Kissin. ------------------------------ #1 is grammatical, right? What about #2? Can we use 'who' instead of 'whom'?
March 19, 2015

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1. Our school has a great audiovisual room. If Mohamed visits our school, i want to take him to the audiovisual room to watch a movie about Korea. 2. Our school has a great music room. If Mohamed visits our school, I want to teach him to learn Arirang, a famous Korean song in ...
March 19, 2015

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1. I had better put less food on my plate tomorrow. 2. I had better put less food on my dish tomorrow. 3. I had better put less food on my bowl tomorrow. ================ What is the difference among 'plate,' 'dish' and 'bowl? Are 'plate' and '...
March 19, 2015

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The boy was asked to read the sentences on the page. He started to read the first sentence and then the next sentence...There was a pause...The teacher said " _______" 1. Go ahead. 2. Go on. 3. Keep on. 4. Keep on reading. (Can we use all the expressions in the blank...
March 18, 2015

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1. It is fifteen past three. 2. It is fifteen after three. 3. It is a quarter after three. 4. It is three quarters after/past two. (Are they all the same and grammatical?) 5.It is ten before three. 6. It is ten minutes before three. 7. It is ten minutes before three p.m. 8. it...
March 17, 2015

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English - rfvv, Monday, March 16, 2015 at 11:17pm 1. I am good at playing the piano. 2. I am good at the piano. 3. I am good at playing basketball. 4. I am good at basketball. ================= Are they all grammatical?
March 16, 2015

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March 16, 2015

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1. I am good at playing the piano. 2. I am good at the piano. 3. I am good at playing basketball. 4. I am good at basketball. ================= Are they all grammatical?
March 16, 2015

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1. Memorize all the sentences on the page. Raise your hand if you want to recite all the sentences here. 2. Memorize all the sentences on the page. Raise your hand if you want to talk about all the sentences here. 3. Memorize all the sentences on the page. Raise your hand if ...
March 16, 2015

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1. I'm very happy because I can go to school and study now. 2. I'm very happy that I can go to school and study now. 3. I'm very happy I can go to school and study now. -------------- Are both the same in meaning? Which one is popular, 'because' or '...
March 15, 2015

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1. There were 40 seats for older children in the front and benches for little children at the back. 2. There were 40 seats for older children at the front and benches for little children in the back. -------------------------------------- Which preposition do we have to use? ...
March 15, 2015

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1. She wants to read the comic book. 2. She wants to read the specific comic book. 3. She wants to read comic books. ========================= Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Does she want to read the comic book in a bookshelf, for esample?
March 10, 2015

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1. Today is April 15th. 2. Today will be sunny and warm. 3. Today will be sunny and warm this afternoon. 4. It is April 15th. 5. It will be sunny and warm this afternoon. ================= Which sentences are incorrect? Are they all grammatical?
March 10, 2015

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1. It takes an hour to get there. 2. It takes an hour so as to get there. 3. It takes an hour so that I can get there. ============= Does #1 mean #2 or #3?
March 10, 2015

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1. How much is it to take the subway? 2. Answer:________________________. ------------------- Q1: In #1 what does 'it' refer to? Q2: What does 'to take the subway' modify? Is 'to take the subway' a noun phrase or an adverbial phrase? Q3: What is the ...
March 10, 2015

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1. They are caring. 2. They are friendly. 3. They are kind. 4. They are considerate =================== Are they the same in meaning?
March 10, 2015

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1. What is Ling-Ling not good at? 2. What isn't Ling-Ling good at? 3. Why don't you like apples? 4. Why do you not like apples? 5. Why can't you solve the problem? 6. Why can you not solve the problem? ------------------ Are they all grammatical? Which expressions ...
March 9, 2015

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1. I tell great jokes. 1-2. I tell good jokes 2. I make great jokes. 3. I am a good joker. 4. i am a great joker. ----------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Which ones are correct?
March 9, 2015

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1. I dress well. 2. I am a good dresser. ---------------- Q1: Are both the same in meaning? Q2: Can a boy say #1? Q3: Do we have other expressions similar to #1?
March 9, 2015

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1. melt:to be changed into a liquid 2. melt:to be changed into liquid -------------------- word:definition Do we have to use 'a' before 'liquid' or not? Which one is correct?
March 5, 2015

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1. What is he like? - He is a lawyer. 2. What is she like? - She is a nurse. ------------------- Are the answers grammatical?
March 5, 2015

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1. Hurry up, or there will be no seats left for us. 2. Hurry up, or there will be no seats that are left for us. 3. Hurry up, or there will be no seats that will be left for us. ----------------- Does #1 mean #2 or #3?
March 4, 2015

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Is 'purse' and 'handbbag' the same? Are they used by women?
March 3, 2015

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1. If I miss so much school again, how can I become a teacher? 2. If I miss so many schools again, how can I become a teacher? -------------------------- Which one is correct? Is #2 grammatical?
March 3, 2015

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1. village:a very small town in the countryside 2. village:a very small town in the country 3. He lives in the country. 4. He lives in the countryside. ----------------------------- Are 'country' and 'countryside' the same in meaning? Can they interchangeable?
March 3, 2015

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1. It rains more often. 2. It rains oftener. 3. It rains most often in this area. 4. It rains oftenest in this area. ---------------------------------- Which ones are grammatical? Are all grammatical? Which ones are commonly used?
March 3, 2015

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1. What is he like? 2. What does he do for a living? 3. What's his job? -------------- Does #1 mean #2 or #3?
March 2, 2015

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What is the difference between 'game' and 'sport'? Can they be interchangable?
March 2, 2015

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1. listen: to pay attention in hearing 2. listen: to pay attention when you hear 3. listen: to pay attention when a person hear ------------------------------- word: definition Does #1 mean #2 or #3?
March 2, 2015

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1. She sucked a mint. 2. She sucked on a mint. 3. She sucked at a mint. 4. Stop sucking your thumb! 5. Stop sucking on your thumb! 6. Stop sucking at your thumb! 7. The baby sucked its mother's breast. 8. The baby sucked at its mother's breast. 9. The baby sucked on ...
February 9, 2015

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An upper-secondary school is a senior high school. Then is a lower-secondary school a junior high school? Where is the expression 'a lower-secondary school' used?
February 8, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at 7:13pm. 1. You need a room more than I need a study. 2. You need a room more. 3. You need a room a lot. ----------------- Are they all grammatical? Did 'more' come from 'much'? English - Writeacher, Thursday, ...
February 5, 2015

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Enough is enough! ----------------- When is this expression used?
February 4, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Monday, February 2, 2015 at 9:30pm. Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 10:03pm. Is he doing well in class? 1. - No, he isn't. You see, he can't read or write. 2. - No, he isn't. You know, he can't read or write...
February 4, 2015

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1. You need a room more than I need a study. 2. You need a room more. 3. You need a room a lot. ----------------- Are they all grammatical? Did 'more' come from 'much'?
February 4, 2015

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1. The big boy picks on me at school. 2. The big boy harasses me at school. ---------------- Q1: Are both the same in meaning? Q2: What are the parts of speech of both 'picks' and 'on'? Q3:picks on 1) an intransitive verb + a preposition? 2) a transitive verb...
February 3, 2015

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If you tell them about your worries, they will do the worrying for you while you sleep. ============== What is the part of speech of 'worrying'? Is 'worrying' a noun or a gerund?
February 2, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 10:03pm. Is he doing well in class? 1. - No, he isn't. You see, he can't read or write. 2. - No, he isn't. You know, he can't read or write. ----------------------- Are both the same? Which one is commonly used, &#...
February 2, 2015

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What is the English word for this device on which a smartphone can be put so that people can watch videos on the phone?
February 1, 2015

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* move as in: his speech moved many people in the conference. 1.to know how others feel and why feel that way 2. to cause somebody to have strong feelings, especially of sympathy or sadness (from a dictionary) ------------------------ I found the definition of the verb '...
February 1, 2015

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move-to know how others feel and why feel that way ---------------- Is the definition of "move" "to know...."? Is the definition grammatical? eg. His speech moved people in the hall. English - Writeacher, Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 12:31am No, in that ...
February 1, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 7:45pm. 1. I wish I were good at ja dance. 2. I wish I were good at ja dances. ------------- Which on is grammatical? English - Ms. Sue, Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 7:48pm Sorry -- but I don't know what ja dance (or ...
February 1, 2015

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move-to know how others feel and why feel that way ---------------- Is the definition of "move" "to know...."? Is the definition grammatical? eg. His speech moved people in the hall.
January 30, 2015

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Mr. Nikumbh ---------- Nikumbh is an Indian name? How do you pronounce? Do you pronounce 'b' after 'm'?
January 30, 2015

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1. It's no use worrying about it. 2. It's no use to worry about it. 3. It's of no use worrying about it. 4. It's of no use to worry about it. --------------------- Which ones are grammatical? What does 'it' in the front refer to in each sentence?
January 30, 2015

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1. I studied math for 10 years, but I'm still not good at it. 2. I have studied math for 10 years, but I'm still not good at it. ----------------- Which one is grammatical?
January 30, 2015

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1. I wish I were good at ja dance. 2. I wish I were good at ja dances. ------------- Which on is grammatical?
January 28, 2015

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Is he doing well in class? 1. - No, he isn't. You see, he can't read or write. 2. - No, he isn't. You know, he can't read or write. ----------------------- Are both the same? Which one is commonly used, 'You see' or 'You know'?
January 27, 2015

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She told me that I was kind to her. ----------------- Does 'her' refers to 'she'? Or does her refers another female?
January 27, 2015

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What is the difference between 'fire station' and 'fire department'?
December 23, 2014

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1. I want to see the movie. 2. I want to see the film. 3. I want to see the motion picture. 4. I want to see the animated picture. ------------------- Ae they all the same in meaning? What is the difference among them?
December 23, 2014

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1. Most of the money is spent to buy books. 2. Most of the money is used to buy books. 3. Most of the time was spent riding a bike. 4. Most of the water is spoiled. 5. Most of the playground is muddy. 6. Most of the apple was eaten by the kid. ------------------ Are they all ...
December 13, 2014

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1. It is of no use to cry like a baby. 2. It is no use crying like a baby. ------------- Are both the same and grammatical? Is 'it' a false subject? Is 'to cry like a baby' and 'crying like a baby' a real subject?
December 11, 2014

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1. However rich you may be, you can't buy it. 2. However rich you are, you can't buy it. 3. However cold it may be, you must not stay indoors all day. 4. However cold it is, you must not stay indoors all day. -------------------- Which expressions are correct? Are they...
December 11, 2014

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Especially when the game is called life. There can be a champion in each of us, If we live as a winner, If we live as a member of the team, If we live with a hopeful spirit, For life. ----------------------------- This is a poem. What is the meaning of the last expression &...
December 11, 2014

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1. I set my watch by the radio. 2. I set my watch by the clock. 3. I set my watch by the TV. 4. I set my camera on automatic. 5. I set my camera on flash. -------------------- Are they all grammatical? Can we use 'according to' instead of 'by'?
December 9, 2014

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1. He must have been late for the school. 2. He muse have been late for school. --------------------------- Which one is grammatical? Do we have to put 'the' before 'school'?
December 9, 2014

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1. He skipped the class yesterday. 2. He missed the class yesterday. -------------- Are both the same in meaning? What other words can we use instead of 'skipped'?
December 9, 2014

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1. I want to be an architecture designer in the future. 2. I want to be an architectural designer in the future 3. I want to be a construction designer in the future. 4. I want to be a constructional designer in the future. -------------- Which one is grammatical and commonly ...
December 8, 2014

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1. When somebody telephones you from abroad, you should answer the phone at once. 2. When you are telephoned from abroad, you should answer the phone at once. 3. Being telephoned from abroad, you should answer the phone at once. ------------------ Are they all grammatical?
December 8, 2014

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