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Thank you for your help. Then don't we need to put a comma as follows? 1. Write the names of the four parts of an English letter, using the words in the box. 2. Look at the photos and complete the sentences, using the relative adverb, where.

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1. Write the names of the four parts of an English letter using the words in the box. (What does 'using the words in the box' modify? Is it an adjective phrase?) 2. Look at the photos and complete the sentences using the relative adverb, where. (What does 'using ...

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1. That's fine with me. (Does 'with' mean 'being related to'?) 4. It's raining hard. 5. It's raining heavily. 2. It's raining much. 3. It's raining a lot. 6. It's raining cats and dogs. (Are they all the same in meaning? Can we use '...

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Thank you. I corrected some. 1. Good job. 2. Well done. 3. That's correct. 4. Right. 5. You're right. 6. That's right. 7. That's incorrect. 8. I don't think it is correct. 9. That's not right. 10. That's not correct. 11. Think twice. 12. Check it ...

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What's the weather like on Dokdo? It's very windy and foggy. 1. Good job. 2. Well done. 3. That's correct. 4. Right. 5. You're right. 6. That's right. 7. That's incorrect. 8. I don't think it is correct. 9. That's not right. 10. That's not ...

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1. Do you know the zip code for Dokdo? 2. Do you know what the zip code for Dokdo is? 3. Do you knwo what is the zip code for Dokdo? 4. What is the zip code for Dokdo? (Which questions are correct?)

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1. I will guide you around today. 2. I will guide you round today. 3. I will guide you about today. ----------------------------- Are they all the same? ======================= Does #1 mean #4, 5, or 6? 4. I will guide you here and there today. 5. I will guide you to many ...

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1. That's fine with me. (Does 'with' mean 'being related to'?) 2. It's raining much. 3. It's raining a lot. 4. It's raining hard. 5. It's raining heavily. 6. It's raining cats and dogs. (Are they all the same in meaning? Can we use '...

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1. On the way to Dokdo(small island), it was so windy that I got sick. -------------------------- Does 'got sick' mean 'became ill' or 'became seasick'?

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1. I will be a musician one day. 2. I will be a musician some day. (Which one is correct? Are both OK? Then which one is commonly used?) 3. She is putting on cosmetics on her face. 4. She is wearing cosmetics on her face. 5. She is puting on makeup on her face. 6. She is ...

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She seemed to use electric devices. 1. Bring me an extension. 2. Bring me an electric cord. 3. Bring me an extension cord. (Which one is correct?)

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* There is a four-story house on Dongdo. 1. Which story house is this? - It is a four-story house. 2. How many stories does this house have? - It has four stories. --------------------------------- Are the questions and answers correct? Would you correct errors to make natural...

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1. Don't forget to bring some coins to throw into it for good luck. 2. Don't forget to bring some coins which you can throw into it for good luck. 3. Don't forget to bring some coins which you will throw into it for good luck. ----------------------- Can we change...

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1. I heard the weather is usually windy and foggy on Dokdo. 2. I heard that he is very kind. 2-2. I heard that he was very kind. (What is the difference between them in meaning? Are both okay? Which one is commonly used?) 3. I heard that two times five is ten. 4. I heard that ...

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1. Tell me where she lives.? 2. He asked me how she should do. 3.? He showed them how to open the bottle. 4. Do you know why he was late? 5. I don't remember when she arrived. 6. I wonder how he open the door. 7. I doubt why he didn't come here...

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1. Tell me what you won. 2. Tell me what you won in the competition. 3. Tell me what you won in the race. 4. Tell me what you won in the English speech contest. ================== Are they all grammatical? Is 'what' an interrogative pronoun? Or is 'what' a ...

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Thank you. I found the follwoing in Cambridge Dictionary. Is the follwing explanation based on Briticsh English? In American English, is it different? The negative of used to is most commonly didn’t use(d) to. Sometimes we write it with a final -d, sometimes not. Both ...

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1. He didn't used to smoke. 2. He didn't use to smoke. ---------------------------- Q1: #2 seem to be used. How do you pronounce 'use to'? Do you pronounce 'used to' and 'use to' in the same way. Q2: Does the sentence mean that he didn't ...

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1. The boy was happy in that he has a lot of pencils. 2. He was sad in that his father passed away. 3. He was nervous in that he had to take the test. ---------------------------- I have made some sentences containing 'in that.' Are these sentences well-written?

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1. She was fortunate in that she had friends to help her. 2. She was fortunate for the reason that she had friends to help her. 3. She was fortunate because she had friends to help her. ------------------------------ Are they all the same in meaning? What is the part of speech...

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1. You can enjoy delicious food in London. 2. In London, you can enjoy delicious food. (Are both the same? In #1, what does 'in London' modify?) 3. You can visit many traditional houses in Chicago. 4. In Chicago, you can visit many traditional houses. (Both are the ...

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1. My family used to live in London, didn't they? 2. My family used to live in London, didn't he? 3. My family used to live in London, didn't she? 4. My family used to live in London, didn't it? --------------------------------- Which tag question is correct?

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Posted by rfvv on Friday, October 21, 2016 at 9:54pm. ======================================= Does #1 mean #2 and #3? •English - Writeacher, Friday, October 21, 2016 at 10:36pm 2 and 3 are identical, aren't they? 1. It's usually very windy and foggy. 2. It's ...

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1. School is a place where people learn things. 2. School is a place where people learn many subjects. 3. School is a place where students learn many things. 4. School is a place where students study subjects. 5. School is a place where people can learn many things...

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1. As there was no bus service, I had to walk home. 2. There being no bus service, I had to walk home. (Are both the same and grammatical?) 3. As there was no seat on/in the bus, I had to stand all the way. 4. There being no seat on/in the bus, I had to stand all the way. (Are...

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Thank you. Dokdo is an island composed of two main islands, Dongdo and Seodo, and 89 small islands. The characters of Dokdo is made up of two main islands. So the sentence was made, I think. "We are Dokdorang, the characters of Dokdo." If we can use this sentence, ...

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Welcome to Dokdo. We are dokdorang, the characters of Dokdo. --------------------------- 1. What is the character of Dokdo? It is Dokdorang. 2. What are the characters of Dokdo? - They are Dokdorang. 3. What are the characters of Dokdo? - They are Dokdorang, the characters of ...

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1. Can people send letters to the people on Dongdo? Yes, they do. There is a postbox on Dongdo. 2. When was Dokdo first recorded as part of Korea? It was first recorded as part of Korea in the 500s. 3. What is the temperature on Dokdo? It is around 12 C. 4. Why is the rock ...

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1. Do you think why he is upset? 2. Do you believe where he lives? 3. Do you suppose where he was born? (Do you have the reason why the three sentences are not correct? Do you have any logical reason?) 4. Why Do you think he is upset? 5. Where do you believe he lives? 6. Where...

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1. Do you think where he lives? 2. Where do you think he lives? (#1 is incorrect. #2 is correct. Do you know why? Why is that?)

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1. She doesn't resemble anyone in her family. ------------------------------ Does 'in her family' modify 'anyone' or 'resemble'? Is 'in her family' an adverbial phrase or an adjective phrase?

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Thank you for your help. I changed the sentences a little. Are the following sentences grammatical? Check them, please. 1. The accident made it possible that he took a rest in hospital. 2. The heavy snow made it impossible that he went to work by car. 3. Keep it a secret that ...

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1. The accident left it possible for him to take a rest in hospital. 2. The heavy snow left it impossible for him to go to work by car. 3. Keep it a secrte to go to the PC room with me. 4. Keep it a secret that you go to the PC room with me. 5. I took it for granted that the ...

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(There is a program on the screen.) I will fire this gun on the screen of the laptop. Then I will choose a student who can read Part 1. I will click on the gun. Fire the gun! Now I got Number 3. Who is Number 3? Will you come up here and read the first part loudly so that the ...

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'In' means 'no longer than a particular period of time' or 'at the end of a particular period of time.' 1. Can you finish the job in two weeks? 1-2. Can you finish the job in less than two weeks? (Are both the same?) 2. I should be there in half an hour...

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1. May I borrow this book? - Sure. Just remember to give it back in a week. 2. May I borrow this book? - Sure. Just remember to give it back within a week. ------------------------------ In this short dialogue, does 'in' mean 'within'? Or are both different?

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Oh Lordy, how my heart grows weary, far from the old folks at home. --------------------------------- This is a sentence in the song "Swanee River. Q1: " What is the meaning of "Lordy" here? Is Lordy one of his friends' name? Q2: Who are 'the old ...

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1. Read all the sentences on the page. 2. Read all the sentences of the page. Which one is correct? Are both okay? Which one is commonly used? 3. Read Part 1 in a loud voice. 4. Read Part 1 with a loud voice. Which preposition do we have to use? 5. All up and down the whole ...

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1. She helped it happen for me to drive a car. 2. He let it happen to break the window. (What about these sentences? Can we use these structure?)

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3. The wind kept it possible to go there fast.

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1. Can you keep it a secret to go shopping with me? 2. The money left it possible to help poor people. (Are both grammatical? Does each sentence need any correction?)

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I changed the sentence pattern as follows. Are the following all grammatical? 1. I find it good that he likes helping poor people. 2. I believe it good that he likes helping poor people. 3. I think it good that he likes helping poor people. 4. I consider it good that he likes ...

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1. I find it is good that he likes helping poor people. 2. I believe it is good that he likes helping poor people. 3. I think it is good that he likes helping poor people. 4. I consider it is good that he likes helping poor people. 5. I guess it is good that he likes helping ...

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1. Which one is bigger, Seodo or Dongdo? -Seodo is bigger than Dongdo. 2. What do you want to do on Dokdo? - I want to shake hands with a police officer there. - I want to take as many pictures as possible. - I want to go to the top of Dongdo to look at Ulleongdo from there...

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1. What are the characters of Dokdo? - They are Dokdorang. (Dokdorang is composed of two island images. Is the question and the answer correct?) 2. What will they be today? 3. What will they do today? - They will be our tour guides today. (Which quetion is suitable for the ...

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1. I found it stupid of Tom to say so. 2. He made it clear that he loved Emily. 3. I found it unknow why Emily loved Tom. 4. Jerry made it clear what he wanted. --------------------- Is the formal object used correctly in each sentence?

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1. I felt it my duty to help him. 2. I flet it my duty helping him. 3. I make it a rule to get up at six. 4. I make it a rule getting up at six. 5. I found it easy to memorize the poems. 6. I found it easy memorizing the poems. 7. We consider it foolish of him to try it again...

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1. He calls his wife "sweetheart." 2. He calls his wife "Sweetheart." 3. He calls his wife Sweetheart. ------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Which ones are correct? ================================ 4. She begged one more chance of her. 5...

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1. Dokdo was recorded as part of Korea in the 500s. <in the 500s =in the five hundreds (right?) It is from 'in 500' to 'in 599.' Am I right?> 2. People can fly in the 2000s. < in the 2000s = in the two thousands (right?) It is from 'in 2000' to...

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Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at 5:20pm. 1. What is the zip code for Dokdo? 2. What is the zip code of Dokdo? 3. It is 799-805 ------------------------------- Can we use both 'for' and' of'? How do we read #3? Do we say'dash'? Which ones ...

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1. He broke the window on purpose. It is bad that he broke the window on purpose. I think it bad that he broke the window on purpose. I think it bad for him to have broken the window on purpose. (Are they all grammatical?) 2. Honesty is the best policy. It is true that honesty...

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1. He likes helping poor people. 2. It is good that he likes helping poor people. 3. I think it good that he likes helping poor people. 3-1. I think it good for him to help poor people. 3-2. I think it good to help poor people. (Are the sentences all grammatical? I think as #1...

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1. I knew how he did his homework. 2. I knew how he had done his homework. ----------------------------- What is the difference between the two sentences?

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1. She explained to me how to draw a dinosaur. 2. She explained how to draw a dinosaur to me. (Are both okay? Which one is better?) 3. Susan suggested to us a very good idea. 4. Susan suggested a very good idea to us. (Are both okay? Which one is better?)

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Thank you. What about the following ones? 1-1. The heavy rain made it difficult that I tried to open my eyes. 2-2. The loud music made it difficult that I tried to focus on my study. 3-3. The heavy snow made it difficult that I tried to ride a bike.

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Thank you for your help. One more similar patterns goes. 1. The heavy rain made it difficult for me to open my eyes. 2. The loud music made it difficult for me to focus on my study. 3. The heavy snow made it difficult for me to ride a bike. 1-1. The heavy rain made it ...

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1. I find it difficult to master French. 2. I find it difficult mastering French. 3. The heavy snow made it difficult to walk on the street. 4. The heavy snow made it difficult walking on the street. 5. He believed it difficult to go abroad to study. 6. He believed it ...

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1. I think it right that you are helping the poor. 2. I think it right that you help the poor. 3. I think it right that you helped the poor. 4. I think it right that we should help the poor. 5. I think it right that you should help the poor...

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1. Leaves turn gold in autumn. ------------------------------ Can we use 'gold' in this position? What other words can we use instead?

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1. I ought to go by plane, shouldn't I? 2. I ought to go by plane, oughtn't I? ------------------------- Which tag question is right?

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Thank you. More corrections are here. 1. I found it necessary that we should try to memorize the passage. 2. I found it necessary to memorize the passage. 3. I made it a rule that I have to brush my teeth after eating. 4. I made it a rule to brush my teeth after eating. 5. I ...

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Thank you. My corrections are as follows based on your instructions. 1. I found it necessary that we should try to memorize the passage. 2. I found it necessary to memorize the passage. 3. I made it a rule that I have to brush my teeth after eating. 4. I made it a rule to ...

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1. I found it necessary that we should try to memorize the passage. 2. I found it necessary to memorize the passage. 3. I made it a rule that I have to brush teeth after eating. 4. I made it a rule to brush teeth after eating. 5. I believe it true that I can become promising. ...

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1. I found it convenient to drive a car. 2. I found it convenient that I drive a car. 3. I make it a rule to get up at six. 4. I make it a rule that I get up at six. 5. I believe it useful to buy things on the Internet. 6. I believe it useful that we buy things on the Internet...

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1. Dokdo was first recorded as part of Korea in the 500s. 2. Dokdo was first recorded as a part of Korea in the 500s. -------------------------- Can we use both expressions, 'part of' and 'a part of'?

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1. This is a picture of Tom. 2. This is a picture of Tom's. -------------------------------- Does #1 mean as follows? Tom is in this picture. Does #2 mean as follows? This picture is Tom's. This is a picture which Tom has taken. This picture belongs to Tom.

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1. We will always wait for you right here on this island where Koreans have lived for a long time. -------------------------- What is the antecedent of the where clause? a. this island b. right here on this island c. right here ============================ What is the ...

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1. I don't know. + Who is she? 2. I don't know who she is. 3. I don't know who is she. -------------------------------- #1 can be changed into #2 or #3. Is #3 grammatical? ================================ 4. I know. + What makes you think so? 5. I know what makes ...

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1. I don't like some books. 2. I don't like some of the books. 3. I don't eat some food. 4. I don't eat some of the food. 5. I don't buy some items. 6. I don't buy some of the items. 7. I don't know some boys. 8. I don't know some of them...

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1. He did not like some of them. 2. He disliked some of them. (Are both the same? Can we use 'some' as in #1?) 3. He couldn't find some of the books. 4. He couldn't find any of the books. 5. He could find none of the books. (Are they all grammatical? In #3, &#...

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Thank you. Dokdo is an island. So.... 2. Look at this map of Dokdo. 3. Look at this map of Dokdo's. #2 is correct? What about #3? Dokdo is an island not animal, so isn't this expression wrong?

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1. Do you want to know more? (What is the part of speech of 'more'? Is it an adjective or an adverb?) 2. Look at this map of Dokdo. 3. Look at this map of Dokdo's. 4. Look at this Dokdo's map. (Dokdo is a small island. Which one is right? #4 is incorrect. What ...

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Thank you for your help. I have posted one more time about the use of 'it.' 1. The station is 50 meters away. 2. The station is 50 meters. 3. It is 50 meters away. 4. It is 50 meters. 5. The distance is 50 meters away. 6. The distance is 50 meters...

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How far is it from this town to London? 1. It is ten miles to London. 2. It is ten miles away to London. 3. It is ten miles away. 4. It is ten miles from this town to London. ------------------- [Explanation] 1. It doesn't refer to 'this town' in #1. It is an ...

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What about #3? When there is no previous sentence, it cannot refer to a place, can it?

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I want to go to London. It is ten miles form here. ------------------------------ Does 'it' refer to 'London'? Or does it refer to 'the distance' used as an impersonal pronoun? =============================== How far is it from here to the station? (...

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1. Ulleongdo is 87.4 km away from Dokdo. 2. It is 87.4 km away from Ulleongdo to Dokdo. 3. It is 87.4 km from Ulleongdo to Dokdo. (Are they all grammatical?)

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I want to go to London. It is ten miles from here. (Thank you.)

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I want to go to London. It is ten miles form here. ------------------------------ Does 'it' refer to 'London'? Or does it refer to 'the distance' used as an impersonal pronoun? =============================== How far is it from here to the station? (...

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Thank you for your help. On a clear day, you can see Ulleongdo from Dokdo because it's only 87.4 km away.

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On a clear day, you can see Ulleongdo form Dokdo because it's only 87.4 km away. -------------------------- (-do means 'island') What does 'it' refer to? Does 'it' refer to 'Ulleongdo'? Or is 'it' an impersonal pronoun referring to...

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1. Two-thirds of an apple is bad. 2. Most of an apple is bad. 3. Half of an apple is rotten. 4. The rest of an apple is rotten. --------------------------------- What about the sentences? 'An' is used in each sentence. Can we use 'an' in this way?

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1. What is the zip code for Dokdo? 2. What is the zip code of Dokdo? 3. It is 799-805 ------------------------------- Can we use both 'for' and' of'? How do we read #3? Do we say'dash'? Which ones are correct? a. seven nine nine dash eight zero five b. ...

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1. Dongdo and Seodo are 151 km away from each other. 2. Dongdo is 151 km away from Seodo. (Are both the same?) 3. This is far the best dictionary. 4. This is by far the best dictionary. 5. This is much the best dictionary. 6. This is the very best dictionary. 7. This is far ...

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1. Two-thirds of the apples were bad. 2. Two-thirds of apples were bad. 3. Most of my pens are expensive. 4. Most of pens are expensive. 5. The rest of those boys were nervous. 6. The rest of boys were nervous. (Do we have to use 'the' or 'those' or 'my'...

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1. Lock the door. 2. Lock the door, will you? 3. Will you lock the door? 4. Would you lock the door? 5. Would you lock the door, please? 6. Would like to lock to the door, please? ---------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Is #2 a polite one? Or can we use #2...

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1. The majority of people were happy. 2. The majority of the people were happy. 3. The majority of milk was thrown away. 4. The majority of the milk was thrown away. ............................. Thank you.

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1. The majority of people were happy. 2. The majority of the people were happy. 3.The majority of milk was thrown away. 4. the majority of the milk was thrown away. ------------------------------- Are they grammatical? Do we have to use 'the'?

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1. Paris is the capital of France. 2. Paris is a capital of France. ------------------------------- Sentence 1 is right. Sentence 2 is wrong. By the way, why do we have to use 'the' before 'capital'? Is that because 'the capital of France ' is the only ...

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Posted by rfvv on Friday, September 9, 2016 at 5:56pm. Oh, Susanna, Oh don't you cry for me For I come from Alabama With my banjo on my knee ------------------------------------- What is the meaning of the sentences? 1. Don't cry for me, because I've come from ...

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Thank you for your help. What about the following? 5. Dogs can't see a few colors. (a few instead of 'some')

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Posted by rfvv on Friday, October 21, 2016 at 11:53pm. 1. Dogs can't see some colors. 2. Dogs can't see several colors. 3. Dogs can't see a few colors. 4. Dogs can't see any colors. .................................. Are they all grammatical? Can we use '...

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1. He didn't use to go fishing with his friends. 1-2. Didn't he use to go fishing with his friends? 2. He used not to go fishing with his friends. 2-2. Used he not to go fishing with his friends? 3. He usedn't to go fishing with his friends. 3-2. Usedn't he to ...

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1. He used to take a walk in the park, didn't he? 2. Didn't he used to take a walk? 3. Didn't he use to take a walk? 4. He used to take a walk in the park, usedn't he? 5. He used to take a walk in the park, usen't he? 6. Usedn't he to take a walk? 7. ...

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1. Half of the bananas are from Mexico. 2. Half of my time was spent in reading essays. 3. Half of these boxes have stones. 4. Half of the money doesn't belong to me. ---------------------------------- Would you check the sentences? Are they all grammatical? Thank you for ...

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1. Two-thirds of the apple is rotten. 2. Two-thirs of the apples are rotten. (Both are correct,right?0 3. Most of the books were his. 4. Most of the time was spent in reading. (Are both grammatical? Do we have to use 'in' before 'reading' in Sentence 4?) 5. The...

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1. Let's play tennis, shall we? 2. Let's not play tennis, shall we? 3. Let us play tennis, shall we? (Are the tag questions all grammatical?) 4. Have a cup of coffee, will you? 5. Have a cup of coffee, won't you? (Ae both okay? What is the difference between them?)

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1. You and Tom didn't attend the meeting, did you? 2. You, he and I are good friends, aren't we? 3. Tom and I are good students, aren't we? 4. Tom and Ted are good lawyers, aren't they? -------------------------------------- Are the tag questions all ...

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1. Had you better go at once? 2. Hadn't you better go at once? (Thank you. Are both OK?)

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Had you better go at once. (Can we use this sentence?)

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