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February 9, 2016

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Q1: What is there in the classroom? Q2: What's there in the classroom? Q3: What is in the classroom? Q4: What are in the classroom? 1. There is an LCD TV in the classroom. 2. There are an English textbook and a pencil case on my desk. 3. There are a lot of handouts on the ...
June 14, 2015

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1. He had his nosebone broken. 2.He had his nose bone broken. 3. He had his nasal bone broken. ------------ Which one is right? Nose bone or nasal bone?
June 12, 2015

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1. Deep in the sea, Pokey saw many strange things. 2. When he was deep in the sea, Pokey saw many strange things. ============== Does #1 mean #2?
June 11, 2015

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1. What was used by Chinese? - Shells were used by Chinese. 1-1. Which was used by Chinese? - Shells were used by Chinese. 2. What money was used by Chinese? - Shells were used by Chinese. 3. Which money was used by Chinese? - Shells were used by Chinese. 4. What kinds of ...
June 11, 2015

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1. What was used by Indians? 2. What were used by Indians? 3. Almonds were used by Indians. =============== What is a suitable question for the answer3? Is #2 grammatical?
June 11, 2015

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1. What are pretzels like? - They are big and soft. 2. What do pretzels look like? - They are big and soft. ================= Which question is suitable?
June 9, 2015

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There are many sellers on both sides of Wangfujing Street in Beijing. they sell all kinds of stick food. What is the suitable name for the sellers? 1. street venders 2. shop owners 3. sellers 4. shop keepers English - Writeacher, Tuesday, June 2, 2015 at 10:18am Street vendors...
June 8, 2015

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Let's review the previous lesson. What did we learn last time? There is fast food on almost every street corner in New York City. Can you answer my question? What do carts in New York City sell? They sell drinks, hotdogs, and pretzels. Good job. OK, open your books to page...
June 8, 2015

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You are going to have a short quiz. I will hand out exam papers to you. Take one and pass the rest to the back. You have to solve the 10 Engish problems in 5 or 7 minutes. When you are finished with solving the problems, I will write the answers on the blackboard. You have to ...
June 8, 2015

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I will distribute exam papers to you. Take one and pass the rest to the person behind you. You have to solve the 10 Engish problems in 5 or 7 minutes. When you are finished with solving the problems, I will write the answers on the blackboard. You have to mark your exam papers...
June 8, 2015

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1. What kinds of things were used as money before coins or paper money? -All kinds of things were used as money such as shells, almonds and tea. 2. What kinds of things were used as money before the appearance of coins or paper money? -Shells, almonds and tea were used as ...
June 6, 2015

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1. There are four kinds of stick food in the passage on this page. Can you name the kinds of stick food? - They are meat sticks, fruit sticks, insect sticks, and even starfish sticks. 2. What kinds of stick food can you find on Wangfujing Street? - We can find all kinds of ...
June 3, 2015

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1. Coins were made from gold and silver. 2. Coins were made with gold and silver. 3. Coins were made of gold and silver. =============== Which expressions are correct? Are they all correct? Which ones are commonly used?
June 3, 2015

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1. Make cuts along the bottom of the T-shirt to make strips. 2. Make cuts along the bottom of the T-shirt to make slips. ================= Are they all the same? Can we substitute 'slips' for 'strips'? What is the difference between 'slip' and '...
June 3, 2015

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Which country do you want to travel to among the three countries on the two pages? How come you want to travel to the country? 1. I want to travel to Canada because I want to try/eat beaver tails in Ottawa. They are sweet. 2. I want to travel to Belgium because I want to try/...
June 2, 2015

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1. Which street food can you find on Wangfujing Street? - We can find all kinds of stick food there. 2. What kinds of stick food do you like most? - I like fruit sticks most. - I like fruit stick food most. - I like the fruit stick food the most. 3. Which food sticks do you ...
June 2, 2015

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There are many sellers on both sides of Wangfujing Street in Beijing. they sell all kinds of stick food. What is the suitable name for the sellers? 1. street venders 2. shop owners 3. sellers 4. shop keepers
June 2, 2015

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1. You look like your mother. 2. You take after your mother. 3. You resemble your mother. 4. You are similar to your mother. 5. You are like your mother. ============ Are they all the same in meaning? Which ones are commonly used?
June 1, 2015

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Thank you for your help in many ways. Would you like to check the questions and answers? I need your correction. Thank you. 7. What is the capital of Canada? - It¡¯s Ottawa. 8. What animal live in Canada? - Many beavers live in Canada. 9. What do people in Ottawa ...
June 1, 2015

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There are three countries; one is Canada, another is Belgium, and the other is China. Which country do you want to travel to? Why do you want to travel to the country? I want to travel to Canada. I want to visit Ottawa, the capital of Canada. People in Ottawa enjoys eating ...
June 1, 2015

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There are three kinds of street food. One is beaver tails, another is Brussels waffles, and the other is stick food. Which food do you like the most and why do you like the street food? I like beaver tails the most because they taste sweet. I like Brussels waffles because ...
June 1, 2015

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1. An insect is a small creature, that has six legs. 2. An insect is a small creature that has six legs. ================= Which one is grammatical? Is #1 wrong in terms of grammar? Can we put 'comma' before 'that' as in Sentence 1?
June 1, 2015

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I¡¯ll transfer you to someone in the billing department. ======================= In this sentence how do you pronounce 'transfer'? Do we put the stress on the first syllable or the last syllable? According to the dictionary, the primary stress is on the last...
May 28, 2015

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1. He looked at the boy. 2. The boy was looked at by him. 3. He looked after the baby. 4. He baby was looked after by him. =============================== active voice: passive voice. Are they all grammatical?
May 27, 2015

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1. Exercise regularly, and you will get taller. 2. Exercise regularly, and you will become taller. 3. Exercise regularly, and you will grow taller. ============= Which ones are popular? Which ones are less common? Are they all grammatical?
May 27, 2015

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Talk with your partner about what you don't have to do during the vacation. What don't you have to do on vacation? 1. I don't have to go to school. 2. I don't have to take the bus. 3. I don't have to take bus number 5 to go to school. 4. I don't have to...
May 27, 2015

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1. It's 9:00 a.m. ============== How do you read #1? Is #3 right? 2. It's nine a.m. 3. It's nine o'clock a.m.
May 27, 2015

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1. What's the price of the hat? 2. What's the price for the hat? 3. How much is the hat? 4. How much do I owe you for the hat? 5. How much doe sthe hat cost? ================== Are they all grammatical?
May 26, 2015

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1. What do people all around the world love doing? - They love eating street food. 2. How is street food? - It looks good and tastes delicious. 3. What is New York City like? - It is a busy city. 4. What's there on almost street corner? - There is fast food on almost every...
May 26, 2015

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Are "drinks' food according to the definition of a dictionary?
May 26, 2015

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1. I could not go to school for weeks. 2. I could not for weeks go to school. ========================== #1 is right? What about #2? In a writing test, if a boy makes a sentence as in #2, is it correct?
May 22, 2015

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1. You and my daughter want to marry, I know. 2. I know you and my daughter want to marry. =============== Does #1 mean #2? When do you use the #1 expression.
May 21, 2015

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1. The monster is coming for you. 2. The monster is coming toward you. ========== Does #1 mean #2?
May 21, 2015

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1. Lovers can't have everything easy all the time. 2. Lovers can't have everything easily all the time. ============== Which one is grammatical? Are both ok? Do we have to use 'easy' or 'easily'?
May 20, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 9:00am. He is going to sleep. ================ Does this sentence mean #1 or #2? 1.He is sleeping. 2. He is going (to his room) so that he may sleep. English - PsyDAG, Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 10:44am 2 English - Reed, Wednesday, ...
May 20, 2015

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He is going to sleep. ================ Does this sentence mean #1 or #2? 1.He is sleeping. 2. Hee is going (to his room) so that he may sleep.
May 20, 2015

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Sebastian =========== How do you pronounce this name above? 1. Sibes...n 2. Suhbest...n
May 20, 2015

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1. The shop is two blocks away form this post office. 2. The bakery is at the corner one block away form the flower shop. 3. The ware house is between the two buildings one block away form the book shop. ------------------ Are they all grammatical? Would you check them? Thank ...
May 18, 2015

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1. The men blow up some houses very near to the fire. 2. The men blow up some houses very near to the fire. --------------------------------- What is the part of speech of 'very near to the fire'? Is it an adjective phrase or an adverbial phrase? What does 'very ...
May 18, 2015

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Pepsy left a document related to "The Great Fire of London." Did Pepsy make his own stenography? Or did he use one of the stenographys at that time when he keeps a diary?
May 18, 2015

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We can walk and ride a bike when I go to school. ========== Is this sentence grammatical? When we grade this short sentence in terms of grammar, can this sentence get A? Or is it totally wrong?
May 18, 2015

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1. Draw a star shape on the A4 paper. 2. Draw a star on a piece of A4 paper. 3. Draw a star shape on A4 paper. ===================== Which expression is grammatical?
May 18, 2015

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1. But the most important thing is there are no more rats. 2. But the most important thing is that there are no more rats. 3. But the most important thing is, there are no more rats. ============== Which expressions are correct? Are they all grammatical?
May 16, 2015

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They went up the tower of the church and looked over the city. ==================== What does 'looked over' mean here? Does it mean 'overlooked'?
May 16, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 10:23pm. 1. Three people climb quickly into one of the boats. It is the Farriner family from Pudding Lane. 2. Three people climb quickly into one of the boats. They are the Farriner family from Pudding Lane. ==================== Which...
May 16, 2015

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The men blow up some houses but they are very near to the fire. 'It is no good,' says Pepys to the soldiers. ============== In the second sentence, what does 'it' refer to?
May 16, 2015

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'Faster, faster!' calls Pepsy to the coach driver. ======================== Does 'call' mean 'shout' or 'say' in this sentence?
May 16, 2015

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bank : where you can walk next to a river =================== This is the definistion of the word 'bank.' What is the meaning and the part of speech of 'where'?
May 14, 2015

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"Let's look for Ferdinand. I must find him -- dead or alive." =============== In this sentences, what is the role of "--" in the second sentence? would you paraphrase the second sentence?
May 14, 2015

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Quick! The house is on fire. Go out now! =================== In the short passage, what is the part of speech of 'quick'? Is it an adjective or an adverb? Does it mean 'Be quick!'?
May 13, 2015

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1. I packed my bag the night before my trip. 2. I packed my bag at the night before my trip. 3. The principal was in the hall looking in at our class. 4. Don't wake the baby. 5. Don't wake up the baby. ========================= Which ones do we have to use? Are they ...
May 13, 2015

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1. They went over to the other side of the river in a boat. 2. They went over to the other side of the river on a boat. 3. They went over to the other side of the river by boat. ============== Are they all grammatical? Which one is commonly used?
May 13, 2015

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bridge, boat 1. People can go across a river on this (Is 'this' a bridge or a boat?) ========================== bridge, boat 2. you can go across water in this (Is 'this' a bridge or a boat?)
May 13, 2015

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1. You must blow up buildings one street away from the fire. 2. You must blow up buildings one blodk away from the fire. ========== Does #1 mean #2? Does 'street' mean 'block' in the sentence?
May 13, 2015

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Posted by rfvv on Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 7:41am. the Great Fire of London by Janet Hardy Gould ---------------------------- Is this book a novel? English - Writeacher, Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 7:53am I've never read it, but if it's a novel that's based on a...
May 12, 2015

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Doesn't 'they'refer to 'three people'? If #1 is right, what does 'it' refer to in the second sentence in Sentence 1?
May 12, 2015

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1. Three people climb quickly into one of the boats. It is the Farriner family from Pudding Lane. 2. Three people climb quickly into one of the boats. They are the Farriner family from Pudding Lane. ==================== Which one is right? Do we have to use 'it' or &#...
May 12, 2015

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1. Do-it-yourself fashion can be your solution. 2. Do-It-Yourself fashion can be your solution. 3. Diy fashion can be your solution. 4. DIY fashion can be your solution. ================================== Which one is correctly spelled?
May 12, 2015

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1. Can I have something to drink? 2. Can I drink something to drink? =========================== What is the meaning of 'have' in Sentence 1? Does 'have' mean 'drink'? Can we use Sentence 2?
May 12, 2015

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Then Mr. Farrener's wife, Anne, calls down to them. ================== How do you pronounce "Farrener"?
May 8, 2015

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1. They climb up the hill to the tower of London. 2. He is climbing up the ladder. ------------- Is 'up' an adverb or a preposition?
May 8, 2015

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1. Mary is Thomas' maid. 2. Mary is thomas's maid. ============ Which one is right?
May 8, 2015

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Did you read the four-frame comic strip in the newspaper? Especially the third frame was very funny. Don't you think so? ===================== Is this short passage grammatical? Which parts should be corrected? Thank you.
May 7, 2015

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A doctor is a person who is helping little children. (picture: A female doctor is examining a little girl.) ================ If a kid describes the picture like that, is it grammatical based on the definition of 'doctor'?
May 7, 2015

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Thank your for your help.
May 7, 2015

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How long does it take to get there? 1. It takes 40 minutes. 2. It does take 40 minutes. ========================= #1 is right. What about #2? If a kid writes '#2' as an answer to the question, do we have to make it right or not?
May 7, 2015

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1. If you run every day, you will get health. 2. If you run every day, you will get healthy? ========================== Are both grammatical? Which one is commonly used? Do we have to use 'health' or 'healthy'?
May 7, 2015

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1. If yoiu run every day, you will get health. 2. If you run every day, you will get healthy? ========================== Are both grammatical? Which one is commonly used? Do we have to use 'health' or 'healthy'?
May 7, 2015

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1. A doctor is a person who cares for sick people. 2. A doctor is a person who cares sick people. =============== Can we use both expressions? Is #2 grammatical? "Care" is used here without 'for'?
May 7, 2015

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1. Cut off the upper part of your old T-shirt. 2. Cut out the upper part of your old T-shirt. 3. Make a cut of the upper part of your old T-shirt. 4. Make cuts of the upper part of your old T-shirt. ====================== Are they all grammatical? Which expression should we use?
May 7, 2015

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1. Take off the poster from the wall. 2. Take the poster off the wall. 3. Put on the poster on the wall. 4. Put the poster on the wall. ========================= Which ones are grammatical?
May 5, 2015

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1. Don't you get lonely being on your own all day? 2. Don't you get lonely if you are on your own all day? 3. Don't you get lonely when you are on your own all day? =================== Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Can we substitute 'alone' for 'on your own'?
May 5, 2015

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1. I lost my watch. I must buy a new one. 2.I lost my watch. I must buy a new it. 3. I saw a big one. 4. He has a small one. Is #1 grammatical? What about #2? Is #2 ungrmmatical? Can we use the pattern, 'a adjective one' only?
May 5, 2015

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1. It's no use worrying about it. 2. It's no use to worry about it. 3. There is no use worrying about it. 4. There is no use to worry about it. Which ones are grammatical? In #1 and #2, does 'it' on the left refer to 'worrying about it'?
May 5, 2015

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What is the difference between 'scarf' and 'muffler'?
May 5, 2015

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1. We can turn off the switch when we go out home. 2. We can turn off the switch when we go out of home. 3. We can turn off the switch when we go out of my home. 4. We can turn off the switch when we go out of our home. --------------- Are these sentences grammatical? Which ...
April 30, 2015

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1. We can save water when I brush my teeth. 2. We can save water when we brush our teeth. 3. We can save water when we were brushing our teeth. ================ Is #1 correct? Is it logical? Is #2 better and correct? Is #3 the best? Thank you for your help.
April 29, 2015

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1. A doctor is a person who is trying for sick people. 2. If it snows tomorrow, I will play a snowball fight with my friends. ========================== Q1: Are both grammatical? Q2: Can we use 'play' instead of 'have' as in #2?
April 29, 2015

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1. I couldn't go to school for some weeks. 2.I couldn't go to school some weeks. ============ Can we delete 'for' as in #2?
April 29, 2015

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1. I want to help Mohamed look for my school's gym. 2. I want to help Mohamed look for my school gym. 3. I want to help Mohamed look for the gym of our school. 4. I want to help Mohamed look for the gym of my school. ================ Which ones are grammatical? Can we use #1?
April 29, 2015

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1. We can save environment when we don't make junk any more. 2. If you run every day, you will get health. 3. We can save the electricity when we turn off the computer. ==================== Q1: Are they all grammatical? Q2: Do we have to use 'the' before ...
April 29, 2015

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1. If it snows tomorrow, I will rest. 2. If you run every day, you are very strong. (Are both grammatical?)
April 29, 2015

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Criticism-related expressions 1. Shame on you. 2. You have no shame. 3. You're insane/crazy. 4. Have you lost your mind? 5. Are you out of your mind? 6. He must have stolen the money. 7. Your writing is terrible. 8. Your explanation is totally wrong. 9. 10. (Are they right...
April 23, 2015

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Complaint-related expressions 1. I've got a complaint against him. 2. As for me, I'm not satisfied. 3. I'm really sick and tired of my job. 4. It's boring, isn't it. 5. Why are you acting this way. 6. Behave. 7. I'm not satisfied with my grades. 8. 9. (...
April 23, 2015

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Permission related expressions 1. You may/can go back home now. 2. You were permitted to join the club. 3. You were allowed to go hunting with us. 4. 5. (Are they grammatical? Would you name some other expressions related to 'permission'?)
April 23, 2015

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What do you take to school? 1. I take the number 2 bus. 2. I take number 2 bus. 3. I take the bus number 2. 4. I take bus number 2. =========== Which one is grammatical and commonly sed?
April 22, 2015

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What do you take to school? 1. I take notebooks, textbooks and pencils. 2. I take a bus to school. ======================== What is the answer to the question?
April 22, 2015

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1. How do you go to school? By bus? No, I go there by subway. 2. What do you take to school? The bus? No, I go there by subway. 3. What do you take to school? A bus? No, I go there by subway. 4. What do you take to school? Buses? No, I go there by subway. ============ Thank ...
April 22, 2015

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1. How do you go to school? By bus? Nio, I go there by subway. 2. What do you take to school? By bus? Nio, I go there by subway. ========================= Is #1 the same as #2? Can we use 'What do you take to school?' instead of 'How do you go to school?'
April 22, 2015

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1. It is 3 dollars to take the subway. ============== Is this sentence grammatical? What does 'It' refer to in the sentence? Does 'It' refer to 'the subway' or ' to take the subway'?
April 22, 2015

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1. Many American people have two houses. 2. Each American has two houses. ================= Does #1 mean #2?
April 21, 2015

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Thank you very much for your help. One more questions goes.... 1. We have 25 boys in our class. All of them have a TV at home. 2. We have 25 boys in our class. They have a TV at home. ====================== #1 mean each boy has a TV at home. Am I right? #2 means the same thing...
April 21, 2015

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1. I have a pen. 2. I don't have a pen. 3. I have not a pen. 4. Do you have a pen? 5. Have you a pen? ============= Are they all grammatical? Do they use #3 and #5 in The UK?
April 21, 2015

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1. Many people have a car these days in the country. 2. Many people have cars these days in the country. =============== Are both OK? Does #1 mean each person has a car?
April 21, 2015

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1. A lot of Russian families have a dacha. 2. A lot of Russian families have dachas. ================ Are both correct? Does #1 mean that each family has a dacha?
April 21, 2015

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What are you like? What's your personality like? What's your personality? What's your character like? What's your character? Describe your personality. ================== Are the questions all grammatical? Which ones are commonly used?
April 21, 2015

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1. Many Russian families spend weekends at their dacha. 2. Many Russian families spend weekends at their dachas. =============== Which one is grammatical? Are both OK? Then which one is commonly used?
April 21, 2015

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1. She is a medium height woman. 2. She is medium height. 3. She is of medium height. 4. She is a woman of medium height. =================== Are they all grammatical? Which ones are right?
April 21, 2015

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Mom came to Emily's room and found the window was open. It was raining hard outside. Because the window was opened, the books on the desk were wet. A: Emily, look at the books. They are all wet. B1:Oh, no. I'm sorry. I forgot to close the window. B2:Oh,dear. I'm ...
April 21, 2015

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What can you do to save the environment? 1. I'd better take the stairs instead of the elevator. 2. I'd better turn off the light when I don't use it. 3. I'd better turn off the tap water when I am not using it. 4. I'd better not use paper cups or plates. 5...
April 21, 2015

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