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Q7. Write down the name of the person who says to Prospero, "Stop the storm." A: Miranda. Q8. What does Prospero call to attack Stephano, Trinculo, and Caliban? A: He calls some spirit dogs. * Listen carefully and mark an O if the statement is true. If not, mark an X...

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Q4 What does Ferdinand do when they were in danger because of the storm? A: He jumps into the water and swim away. Q5: He was king of the magic island. Now he must work for Prospero. He is angry with Prospero. He wants his island back again. Who is he? A: He is Caliban. Q6. _...

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Q1. Who is Miranda's father? A: He is Prospero. Q2. What is the name of the person who opens the gate of Milan to King Alonso? A: His name is Antonio. Q3. He is one of the spirits on the magic island. He helps Prospero and Miranda. He makes a magic storm and attack the shi...

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1. Valmy is in bed, asleep 2. Valmy is asleep in bed. ---------------------- Are both grammatical? Do we pronounce 'l' in the name 'Valmy'?

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1. Fifty thousand euros can get the picture. 2. Fifty thousand Euros can get the picture. (Are they grammatical? Do we have to use 'euros' or 'Euros'?)

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"At Common Good we tried to stick to 85-15, so 85 percent of the food we grow are distributed within the community, then 15 percent we sell to local restaurants and a mobile farmers' market that comes once a week," she said. ------------------------- How do we re...

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1. If I had a DMB phone, I would watch the drama here. 2. As I don't have a DMB phone, I can't watch the drama here. 3. As I don't have a DMB phone, I don't watch the drama here. ------------------------------ Is #1 close to #2 or #3 in meaning?

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1. If I had passed the test, I would have gotten a new computer. 2. If I had passed the test, I would have got a new computer. ------------- Which one is right? Are both OK? 3. If you became a movie star, who would you be? 4. If you became a movie star, who would you become? 5...

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1. Now I can see more of her. 2. Now I can see her more. (Are both grammatical? Are both the same in meaning?)

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1. Ariel calls Prospero, 'master'. 2. Ariel calls Prospero, 'Master'. (Which expression is correct?) 3. Ariel puts Alonso's ship in one of the island's parts. 4. Alonso, Sebastian, and Gonzalo land in a different part of the island. 5. Caliban must get ...

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Their ship is not far from here in a river. ---------------------------- What is the relationship between 'here' and 'in a river'? Are they in apposition?

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Thank you for your help. What about the following expression: 'I want fifty thousand Euros for you to get it.' ( It seems to be a Picasso picture. You means 'Yardley.')

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[ms Yardley is an art dealer. The man is going to hand a picture by Picasso.] 'Fifty thousand Euros, Ms Yardley,' the man says. 'I want fifty thousand Euros to get it.' ------------------------------------- What does the last sentence mean? Would you paraphras...

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1. Pierre Valmy -------------------- How do you pronounce 'Valmy'? Do you pronounce the 'l' sound? 2. England are playing France at football this evening. ------------------- is this sentence grammatical?

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1. If your friend has bad grades, what would you say to help her get better grades. 2. If your friend had bad grades, what would you say to help her get better grades. ------------------ Which one is grammatical? Do we have to use 'has' or 'had'? Are both gramm...

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1. Shut the door behind you. 2. Shut the door behind yourself. 3. I looked about me. 4. I looked about myself. 5. We have the whole week before us. 6. We have the whole week before ourselves. (Which expressions are grammatical? Is each pair grammatical?)

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1. He doesn't want newspaper men to come to the Valley of the Kings bringing lots of visitors. 2. He doesn't want newspaper men to come to the Valley of the Kings while/as they bring lots of visitors. (Does #1 mean #2? Are both the same in meaning?)

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We all waited in the sand under the sun. ------------------------------ Are 'we' on the sand or under the sand based on the sentence above?

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1. We all laughed and cried. 2. It was very exciting! 3. But after a time, Mr Carter said we must all be quiet. ------------------------ Q: What does #1 mean? Does #1 mean that we all laughed while we cried? Did we laugh and cry at the same time? Q: What does 'it' refe...

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Mr Carter says we can't tell people about the steps in the sand. He says they're very important. ---------------------------- Does #1 as in the passage above mean #2, #3, or #4?? 1. We can't tell people about the steps. 2. We are not able to tell people about the s...

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We soon found a step in the sand. ---------------- What is the part of speech of 'in the sand'? Is it an adverbial phrase modifying 'found,' or an adjective phrase modifying 'step'?

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Where can we find the summary of 'the Big Story' by John Escott?

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It's a good thing (that)I'm far away from my family. ------------------------------ Can we omit 'that'? Is 'It' a false subject and is 'that I'm...' a real subject?

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I said 'Stop! We must get Mr Carter.' Someone found Mr Carter and he ran over to us. ------------------------------ What is the meaning 'get' in the sentence? What other similar expressions can we use?

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How do you pronounce Tariq and Karim? Which syllabel do we have to stress in each proper noun? The first syllabl or the second syllable?

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The Curse of the Mummy by Joyce Hannam ------------------ Is this book a novel or a nonfiction?

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On the far side of the burial room is an open door and a third room. ------------------------- Does the sentence mean that the burial room has a door which is open? Or does the sentence meant that the burial room doesn't have a door?

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1. He gave the gold bracelet to me for my birthday. 2. He gave the gold bracelet to me on my birthday. ---------------- What is the difference between the two sentences. For #2, he gave it on the very birthday. For #1, he may have given it on the very birthday or on another da...

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Thank you for your help. Does the sentence mean there are about twenty workers all together? Or about twenty of how many people?

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There are about twenty of us, men and boys, working here in the valley. ----------------- Q1 What is the relationship between 'us' and men and boys'? Does 'men and boys' mean 'about twenty' or 'us'? Q2 What does the previous sentence mean, #...

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He died when he was eighteen. That's only one year older than me. ----------------------------- What does 'That' refer to in the second sentence?

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-the plan of Tutankhamun's tomb when Howard Carter found it- When did Carter go into the different rooms? What do you think? Put them in order. Number them 1-4. a. burial room ( ) b. treasure room ( ) c. small room ( ) d. long room ( ) -------- Whill you give me the answer...

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The Eleveven cities tour is the longest speed skating race. --------------------- What does 'lonngest' mean? Does it mean the longest length or the longest time?

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1. The race takes a long time. ---------------- What is the meaing of 'takes' in the sentence?

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1. People in the Netherlands are surely hoping for another cold winter. 2. People in the Netherlands are surely hoping another cold winter. 3. Surely/Certainly people in the Netherlands are hoping for another cold winter. 4. It is certain (that) people in the Netherlands are h...

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1. The race does not take place every year because the ice must be at least 15 centimeters thick. 2. The race does not take place every year because the ice must be not less than 15 centimeters thick. 3. The race does not take place every year because the ice must not be less ...

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Q: To be a doctor at a hospital, do they all need to get doctors's degree in college?

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There were five children in the family. 1. Ann got best of all the children. ---------------------------------- Is #1 grammatical? Does #1 mean "Ann became (the) best of all the children?"

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Hello, Dr. Green. ------------------ In this expression, is Dr. Green a doctor who works at a hospital? Or is Dr. Green a professor in college?

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1. Is there something wrong with her? 2. Is there anything wrong with her? (Are both grammatical? What is the difference between them?)

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What about the following? "...but she became bad."?

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Thank you. you mean"but she got bad" is staange?

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Do you mean we cannot use 'she got bad' in the example sentence?

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Do you mean we can use 'she got bad' in the example sentence?

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So I put her(my pet turtle) in the water and blocked the sunlight, but she got worse. --------------- 1. She got worse. 2. She got bad. 3. She got best. 4. She got better. 5. She got well. (Can we use all the expressions? Are they all grammatical? Instead of #1 can we use #2 i...

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Thank you for your help. Is 'Sandy' a male name or a female name?

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It is denoted by 0 K on the Kelvin scale, -273.15 ¡ÆC on the Celsius scale, and -459.67 ¡ÆF on the Fahrenheit scale. ----------------------------- Q: How do we read "-273.15 ¡ÆC"?

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1. I returned it for you. 2. I blessed it for you. 3. I dog-eared it for you. 4. I cancelled it for you. 5. I lost it for you. (Are they all grammatical? Would you correct wrong sentences? thank you.)

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1. Fogg must be back in London by 21st December. 2. Fogg must be back in London by December 21st. (Are both correct? Is #1 a british expression?) 3. Do it, and I pay you 20,000 pounds. 4. Do it, and I will pay you 20,000 pounds. (Which one is correct? Are both grammatical? Do ...

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Q: Who are Antonio's friends in the Tempest? Are they Sebastian and Alonso?

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Many events take place on the island but everyone feels guilty and sorry for their actions in the end. And then they head back to Italy, Milan safely all thanks to Prospero's spirit, Ariel. Ariel is a spirit who used to be a slave of Sycorax, an evil witch. (Thank you for ...

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Many events take place on the island but everyone feels guilty and sorry for their actions in the end and they head back to Italy, Milan safely all thanks to Prospero's spirit, Ariel. Ariel is a spirit who used to be a slave of Sycorax, an evil witch. (Would you check the ...

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Thank you. That is answered already. What about the following ones? 1. Anyone does not sleep well during the night. 2. Any one do not sleep well during the night. 3. Any people do not sleep well during the night. 4. Anything is not useful in this room. 5. Any boy has not broug...

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Anybody does not sleep well during the night. (Is this sentence grammatical?)

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1. Anybody does not sleep well during the night. 2. Not anybody sleeps well during the night. 3, Nobody sleeps well during the night. (Which ones are correct? Are they the same?) 4. Not all sleep well during the night. 5, All do not sleep well during the night. 6. None sleep w...

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1. He behaved most carefully. 2. He behaved the most carefully. 3. He behaved very carefully. (Are they all grammatical? Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Thank you.)

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Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, November 26, 2013 at 6:56am. a statement about what will happen in the future (What is the part of speech of 'what'? Is 'what' an interrogative pronoun or a relative pronoun?) English - Writeacher, Tuesday, November 26, 2013 at 7:58am...

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1. Ann commanded/ordered that he (should) go there. 2. Ann suggested/proposed that he should join the club. 3. Ann insisted that he (should) wash the car. 4. Ann requested that he (should) go see a doctor. 5. Ann decided/determined that he (should) go to Chicago with her. 6. A...

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1.She was happiest when she was with her friends. 2. She was the happiest when she was with her friends. (Are both the same?) 3. This river is deepest at this point. 4. This river is the deepest at this point. (Are both the same? Do we have to use 'the' or not? Thank y...

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1. He works hardest. 2. He works the hardest. (Are both correct?) 3. She is most beautiful. 4. She is very beautiful. 5. She is the most beautiful. (Does #3 mean #4 or #5?) 6. She is the most beautiful woman. 7. She is most beautiful woman. 8. She is a most beautiful woman. 9....

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Thank you. 1. a statement about what will happen in the future 2. a statement about the things which will happen in the future (What about this one? Is #1 the same as #2?)

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a statement about what will happen in the future (What is the part of speech of 'what'? Is 'what' an interrogative pronoun or a relative pronoun?)

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1. On the farm many works these days. 2. On the farm works many these days. (Which one is grammatical?)

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1. In the playground lay the dying soldiers. 2. In the playground he lay. 3. In the playground lay this. 4. In the playground this lay. (#1 and #2 are right? What about #3 and #4? Which one is grammatical, #3 or #4?)

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-Inversion- 1. Down came the rain. 2. Down it came. 3. Down came that. 4. Down that came. (I think #1 and #2 are in right order. What about #3 and #4? Which one is correct, #3 or #4?)

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The skaters must finish the race in two days. (What does 'in' mean in this sentence? Does 'in' mean 'after' or 'within'?)

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1. On the hill stood an old tree. 2. On the hill it stood. 3. On the hill stood this. 4. On the hill this stood. 5. On the hill stood these. 6. On the hill these stood. (Are #1 and #2 correct? What about #3 and #4? Which one is correct? What about #5 and #6?))

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MOONACHIE, NEW JERSEY (How do we pronounce 'Moonachie'? Do we stress the first syllable or the second syllable?)

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1. Don't worry. We still have a little money left. 2. Don't worry. We still have a little money which is left. (Does #1 mean #2? Does 'left' modify 'money'?)

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1. If he goes there, he will be arrested. 2. Does he go there, he will be arrested. (is #2 grammatical?) 3. If he were to go there, he would be arrested. 4. Were he to go there, he would be arrested. (is #4 grammatical?)

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Thank you. What about in #2? Do you mean the two sentences are the same in meaning?

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Thank you. What about in #2? Do you mean the two sentence is the same in meaning?

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1. Eggs are most helpful for people who have nerve damage. (In this sentence, does 'most' mean 'very'?) 2. Eggs are the most helpful for people who have nerve damage. (What about this one? Are both different in meaning?)

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1. She cut it open. (Is 'open' an objective complement? What is the part of speech of 'open'? Is 'open' an adjective or a 'verb'?) 2. Chocolate is made from cocoa beans. 3. Chocolate is made from cacao beans. (Which one is correct?) 4. He is pic...

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1. This is Mike in the picture. (What does 'in the picture' modify in this sentence?)

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How does the boy feel? 1. He feels bored. 2. He feels boring. (Are both answers correct?)

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1. I like chestnuts. - So do I. - Me too. - I like chestnuts, too. - Me, too. (Are the answers all the same? Do we have to put 'comma' before 'too'?)

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1. It is neither hot nor warm. (In this sentence, what does 'nor' mean? Does 'nor' mean 'and - not'?) 2. I don't like pears. - Me neither. - The same to me. - I don't like pears, either. - I don't like them, either. (Are the answers all gram...

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1. He is most strong. 2. He is a most strong boy. 3. He is the strongest boy. 4. He is strongest. 5. He is the strongest. (Are they all grammatical? Does 'mose in #1 or #2 mean 'very'? Which one is correct, #4 or #5? Are both the same in meaning?)

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1. She is most suitable for the position. 1-2. She is the most suitable for the position. (Are both the same in meaning? Are both grammatical?) 2. She is fittest for the position. 2-2. She is the fittest for the position. (What about this one? Are both the same in meaning? Whi...

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1. This book was most helpful for my homework. 2. This book was the most helpful for my homework. (Which one is grammatical? Do we have to use 'the' or not in this case?) Q: How do we pronounce 'helpful'? (It's a little difficult to pronounce...Thank you fo...

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1. Next to the convenience store, the bakery was. 2. Next to the convenience store was the bakery. 3. The bakery was next to the convenience store. (Which one is correct?) 4. She is working on the farm. 5. On the farm, she is working. 6. On the farm she is working. 7. On the f...

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1. Only after he had lost his health did he realize the importance of it. 2. Only after he had lost his health, did he realize the importance of it. 3. Only after he had lost his health, he realized the importance of it. 4. Only after he had lost his health he realized the imp...

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1. Outside the village of Niveneso in Ghana, Naki is sitting on the ground, working with cocoa pods. 2. Outside the village of Niveneso in Ghana, Naki is sitting on the ground, while/as she was working with cocoa pods. (Does #1 mean #2? Are both the same in emaning?)

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1. He was happy. 2. Happy he was. 3. The man was happy. 4. Happy was the man. (Inversion: Is #2 or #4 grammatical?)

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Does 'cocoa bean' mean 'cacao bean'? What is the difference between 'cacao' and 'cocoa'?

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1. This book was most helpful for my homework. 2. This book was the most helpful for my homework. (Which one is grammatical? Do we have to use 'the' or not in this case?) Q: How do we pronounce 'helpful'? (It's a little difficult to pronounce...Thank you fo...

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1. This book was the most helpful for my homework. 2. This book was most helpful for my homework. 3. Tom is the youngest of his brothers. 4. Tom is youngest of his brothers. 5. He is the tallest in his class. 6. He is tallest in his class. (Which one is grammatical in each pai...

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The weather is the condition of the atmosphere in one area at a particular time, for example if it is raining, hot of windy. (In this sentence can we use ' whether' instead of 'if' after 'for example' to have the same meaning?) English - Writeacher, Tue...

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1. You need to take a warm jacket. 2. - I know. 3. - I see. (What is the difference between #2 and #3 in answer?)

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1. This book was most helpful for my homework. 2. This book was the most helpful for my homework. (Which one is grammatical? Do we have to use 'the' or not in this case?) Q: How do we pronounce 'helpful'? (It's a little difficult to pronounce...Thank you fo...

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1. He was excited to hear the news. 2. He was excited that he heard the news. (Are both the same? Or does #1 mean #2-2 as follows?) 2-2. He was excited that he would hear the news. 3. He was excited to watch the game. 4. He was excited that he watch the game. 5. He was excited...

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1. I can't wait to go to the USA. 2. I look forward to going to the USA. 3. I anticipate going to the USA. 4. I long to go to the USA. 5. I desire to go to the USA. 6. I expect to go to the USA. (Are they all the same in meaning? Which ones are similar to #1 in meaning? Do...

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1. Make sure you send the letter. 2. Make sure to send the letter. (Are both the same?) 3. Be sure to drink lots of water. 4. Be sure that you drink a lot of water. 5. Be sure that you should drink a lot of water. (Are the three sentences the same?0

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1. Tom is the youngest of his brothers. 2. Tom is youngest of his brothers. (Are both OK? Which one is grammatical?) 3. This book was most helpful for my homework. 4.This book was the most helpful for my homework. (Which one is grammatical? Do we have to use 'the' or n...

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The weather is the condition of the atmosphere in one area at a particular time, for example if it is raining, hot of windy. (In this sentence can we use ' whether' instead of 'if' after 'for example' to have the same meaning?)

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1. The ice must be 15 centimeters thick at least. 2. The ice must be at least 15 centimeters tall. (What is is the proper position of 'at least'? Are both OK? Do both sentences have the same meaning?)

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1. He was excited to watch the game. 2. He was excited watching the game. (Which one is grammatical? Are both OK? What is the difference between them?) English - Writeacher, Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 8:07am Both are OK, but they have slightly different meanings. #1 - Thi...

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1. My grandfather was in hospital. 2. My grandfather was in the hospital. 3. My grandfather was hospitalized. (What does #1 and #2 mean? Are both #1 and #2 the same? Does #1 or #2 mean #3? He may have visited a patient. Don't you think so?)

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1. He was excited watching the game. 2. He was excited to watch the game. (Which one is correct? Are both grammatical? What is the difference between them?)

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