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Posted by rfvv on Monday, June 11, 2012 at 7:53am. 1. Would you say hi to your mother? 2. Would you say hello to your mother? (Are both interchangable? Are both the same?) 3. He is also a good cook. 4. He can also cook well. 5. He also cooks well. 6. Also he can cook well. 7. ...

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1. We can help their son and daughter. 2. We can help their daughter and son. (Which one is generally used?) 3. This is a blouse and that is a shirt. 4. This is a blouse but that is a shirt. (Which one is grammatical?) 5. I like English or Korean. 6. She is pretty or kind. 7. ...

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1. Would you say hi to your mother? 2. Would you say hello to your mother? (Are both interchangable? Are both the same?) 3. He is also a good cook. 4. He can also cook well. 5. He also cooks well. 6. Also he can cook well. 7. He can cook well also. (Are they all grammatical? W...

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1. I was full, but I still ate a lot of it. 2. I ate lots of them. 3. I like plenty of these. 4. I hate a lot of those. (Are they all grammatical? Thank you for your help.)

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1. He added a little flour to the pan. 2. He added a spoonful of flour to the mixture. 3. He added two scoops of flour to the frying pan. (Are they all grammatical? As flour is an uncountable noun, we need to use the word 'flour' that way, right?)

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1. Many icebergs were melting because of the global warming. 2. Many icebergs were melting because the globe was warming. ( Is #1 the same aas #2?) 3. He went mountainclimbing. 4. He went driving with his son. 5. he went cooking to the center. 6. He went groceryshopping to the...

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1. In an hour, we arrived at the base. 2. After an hour, we arrived at the base. 3. In an hour, we will arrive at the base. 4. After an hour, we will arrive at the base. (Which preposition do we have to use? Which ones are correct?)

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e.g. It is easy to draw cartoons. In this sentence 'It' is a formal subject and 'to....' is a real subject. (Is the expression correct?)

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There are two ways of learning in terms of the mathod; one is a serious formal way, and the other is an entertaining enjoyable way. Both ways have merits and demerits. To a low-level students, an entertaining enjoyable way seems to be much better than a serious formal way. How...

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1. Who is Aibo? 2. He is a robot dog. 3. It is a robot dog. 4. What is Aibo? 5. He is a robot dog. 6. It is a robot dog. (Are the questions and answers all correct? If the robot has a female voice, can we say " She is a robot dog?")

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1. The sports player for weight lifting lifts heavy things, What is the name of the heavy things in English? 2. He is sending a text message with/on his smart phone. (Do we have to use 'with' or 'on' in this sentence?)

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1. I gave it up because of the rain. 2. I gave it up because of rain. (Which one is correct? Do we have to use 'the' or not. )

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1. Let's break up the wall. 2. Let's break the wall. (What is the difference between the two sentence?) 3. He wanted to get some rest. 4. He wanted to take some rest. (Are both OK? 5. He got rest after working hard. 6. He took a rest after wroking hard. (Do we have to ...

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8. What does Aibo have in his eyes? He has two cameras in his eyes. 9. What can Aibo do with these cameras? He can watch houses. 10. Aibo takes pictures of strangers. Then, what does he do? He sends them to the owner's phone. 11. What can't PaPeRo do? He can't do t...

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1. What can robots do? They can do many things for us. 2. What does Albert Hubo like? He looks like a real person. 3. What can Albert Hubo do? He can walk, talk, laugh, cry, and shake hands. 4. Where does HiRobo work? He works at a car factory. 5. What can HiRobo do? He can ca...

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1. Pele has been on three World Cup winning teams. 2. Pele has been on World Cup winning teams three times. (Is #1 the same as #2 in meaning?)

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I have three pets in my shop. (What is the part of speech of "in mmy shop"? Is it an adverbial phrase or an adjjective phrase? Does it modify 'pets' or 'have'?)

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1. Call me at 010-1234-1234, and you can also visit our website at ccc.house.ccc. 2. Call me at my home phone. The number is 010-1234-1234. You can also open the website, ccc. house.ccc. (Would you check the two writings, please. Thank you.)

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1. He is collecting waste into the dustpan with a broom. (Is this correct?) 2. He is holding a dustpan and broom. 3. He is holding a dustpan and a broom. (Which one is right? Are both OK?

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1. He is playing a game with his smart phone. 2. He is talking on the smart phone. 3. He is writing something on his smart phone. 4. Tom and Bill are talking with each other in the corner of the classroom. 5. He is drawing a cartoon. 6. He is reading a comic book. 7. He is run...

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1. Do you have a technical English terms for 'animals' teeth? 2. The squirrel is a little heavy. 3. The rabbit is somewhat small. 4. The puppy is rather medium. 5. The parrot is kind of small. (Are the expressions all grammatical? Do you have more expressions similar t...

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Posted by rfvv on Monday, May 28, 2012 at 2:12am. 1. The lizard is walking on a branch. 2. The lizard is running on a branch. 3. The lizard is creeping on a branch. 4. The parrot is singing. 5. The parrot is chirping. 6. The parrot is twittering. (Can we use all the expression...

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1. The boy is arm wrestling the girl. 2. The boy is arem wrestling with the girl. 3. The boy is having an arm wrestle with the girl. 4. The boy is having an arm wrestling against the girl. 5. The boy is doing an arm wrestle with the girl. 6. The boy is doing an arm wrestling a...

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1. The rabbit is medium and white. It has a short tail and sharp teeth. 2. The parrot has a sharp beak. It is small and has colorful wings. 3. The puppy is fluffy and cute. It has a long tail. 4. The squirrel is small and cute. It has a long tail. 5. The lizard is long. It is ...

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1. The lizard is walking on a branch. 2. The lizard is running on a branch. 3. The lizard is creeping on a branch. 4. The parrot is singing. 5. The parrot is chirping. 6. The parrot is twittering. (Can we use all the expressions?)

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My favorite Pet My favorite per in the shop is a parrot, It is green and yellow. It has a long beak. It is chirping now. I like it very much. My favorite Pet My favorite per in the shop is a lizard. It is green and ugly. It has a long tail. It is creeping on a branch now. I li...

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1. The squirrel is rolling its nest outside. 2. The squirrel is rolling its nest inside. (Are both grammatical? Can we use other expressions?)

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Now, let's check how well you can use the expressions you've learned. I will distribute handouts. You have to solve the problems. Are you finished? Then, I'll check the answers. Look at the answers on the blackboard. Check your answers. How many students have 10 po...

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Let's play the word game with slides. This is Team 1 and this is Team two. You should pick an item and I will click on the picture. Then you have to solve the problem. According to the score with the problem, you will get the point. I will give you a small sheet of score p...

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1. He emptied the bucket of water. 2. He filled the bucket with water. (#2 is correct. What about #1? If I want to use the opposite of #2, what do I have to say?)

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1. She is talking with her friend in a boat/on a boat. (Which preposition should we use? 2. They are jumping from the ground. 3. They are jumping on the ground. (Which preposition do we have to use? Are both OK?)

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Be quiet. Listen to me. Emily, calm down. You are so noisy. Stand up and go to the back. You should remain at the back for the rest of the class. Got it? (Would you check the sentences? Correct errors, please.)

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1. Let's do some role play. You take the part of A, and you take the part of B. Don, will you start? OK. Good job.Then switch the role. Emily, this time, you should start first. 2. Let's roleplay. Don, play the part of A. Emily, play the part of B. Don, will you start ...

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1. The man is drawing cartoons on a drawing board. He has a pen on his right ear. What do you think he is doing? (Would you check this writing?) 2. The dogs are playing with balls. 3. Each dog is playing with a ball. 4. The dogs are playing with a ball. (Are the three sentence...

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What do you think he is doing? 1. I think he is playing computer games on the computer. 2. I think he is playing a computer game on the computer. (Which answer is right? Do we have to use the singular form or the plural form?)

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Can you swim? 1. Yes, I can swim very well. 2. Yes, I can swim a little. 3. Yes, I can swim a bit. 4. Yes, I can swim just a little bit. 5. Yes, I can swim just a little. 6. No, I cannot swim well. 7. No, I can't swim. 8. No, I can't swim at all. 9. No, I can hardly sw...

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Toss a coin. And if you get a head, move one space forward, and put a marker in the space. If you get a tail, move two spaces. Look at the word or picture on the space. By using it, make a sentence on the right side of the page. (Would you check the writing and correct errors?...

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1. Imagine it is lunch time now. 2. Imagine it is a lunch time now. (which one is right? do we have to use 'a' or not?) 3. Suppose he is a stranger. And answer the question. 4. Imagine he is a stranger. And answer the question. 5. Pretend he is a starnger. And answer t...

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1. He has a lot of interesting looks. 2. He has a lot of interested looks. (Which one is correct? Do both have a different meanings?) 3. What animal do you have? - I have a turtle. 4. What kind of animal do you have? - I have a parrot. 5. What animals do they like? -They like ...

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What hs he doing? - He is taking a picture. - 1) Oh, this is him. - 2) Oh, this is he. (Which one is correct in the short dialogue? !) or 2)?)

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1. I would be glad to go with you. 2. I would be glad if I could go with you. 3. I would be glad if I went with you. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?) 4. To watch him play basketball, you would think him a pro player. 5. If you could watch him play basketball, you would think him a pro...

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1. The machine is movable. 2. The machine is unmovable. 3. The machine is immovable. (What is the opposite of 'movable'? Is it 'immovable' or 'ummovable'? Are the three sentences all grammatical?)

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1. Write "Do not come in" on the star on the paper. 2. Write "Do not come in." on the star on the paper. (Do we have to add 'a full stop' after 'in' or not?)

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1. What is the name for the hat which a coook wears when he cooks? 2. He is wearing swimming goggles. 2-2. He is wearing swimming glasses. (Are both the same?) English - Writeacher, Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 10:46pm 1 - toque 2 - goggles, but not glasses -------------------- ...

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1. At the singing club, we meet at 9 every Saturday and sing classical songs together. We have to present somee songs before students and teachers at the school festival every year. 2. We practice singing children's songs together each Saturday. Every year we are supposed ...

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1. We sing beautiful songs together. 2. We learn classical songs and present at the school festival. 3. We sing pop songs and practice some songs so that we act on in front of teachers, students and parents at the school festival every year. (Would you like to correct the erro...

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1. What is the name for the hat which a coook wears when he cooks? 2. He is wearing swimming goggles. 2-2. He is wearing swimming glasses. (Are both the same?)

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Who is the president of your club? 1. It's Yun Seho. 2. He is Yun Seho. 3. Yun seho. (Are the answers all cocrrect? Which one is common?)

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What is the first step of making fortune cookies? 1. It is to beat the eggs and add the butter. 2. It is beating the eggs and adding the butter. 3. It is, "Beat the eggs. Add the butter." (Are the question and the answers all correct?) 4. Before folding the cookie, w...

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1. What is the first two steps of making fortune cookies? 2. After baking for 10 minutes, what do you have to do? 3. What is the last step of making fortune cookies? 4. The following is the recipe of fortune cookies. 5. There are some errors in the fortune cookie recipe. Corre...

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1. What will they make in the next meeting? 2. What will they make at the next meeting? (Which one is correct? Do we have to use 'at' or 'in'?)

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1. Make four circles on the dough with a cooking tool. 2. Cut out the circles of the dough. 3. Bake them for 10 minutes on a frying pan/ on an oven. (Are the expressions grammatical?)

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What is he doing in Picture 1? He is beating the eggs in big bowl. In the next picture, he is adding the flour to the eggs. He added the butter, the flour, and the sugar. Then in the next picture, he is mixing them (the mixture) together. What is he doing in Picture 4? He is m...

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1. Fold the paper in half. 2. Fold the paper in two. 3. Fold the paper into three pieces. (Are all grammatical? Do we have to use 'in' or 'into' in this case?)

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1. The next meeting is at 9:00 a.m. on April 3. 2. The next meeting is at 9:00 a.m., April 3. 3. The next meeting is at 9:00 a.m. April 3. 4. The next meeting is 9:00 a.m. on April 3. 5. The next meeting is on April 3 at 9:00 a.m. ( In formal writing, which one should I write?...

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1. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of verbs given in the parenthesis. 2. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the verbs given in the parenthesis. (Which one is correct? Do we have to put 'the' before 'verbs' or not?)

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If it is convenient to you, I will visit you at 6. (In this sentence, what does 'it' refer to? Is 'it' the impersonal pronoun?)

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1. We need 2 cups of flour. 2. We need 40 grams of butter. 3. We need 100 grams of sugar. (Are they all grammatical?) 4. We meet 9:00 am on April 3. 5. We meet at 9:00 a.m., April 3. 6. We meet on April 3 at 9:00 a.m. 7. We meet April 3, 9:00 a.m. (Which one is grammatical? Th...

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When is the first meeting? 1. It is at nine this Saturday. 2. It is nine this Saturday. (Which answer is right?) When is the next meeting? 3. It is on April 3, 9:00 a.m. 4. It is April 3, 9:00 a.m. 4-1. It is at 9:00 a.m., April 3. 4-2. It is 9 a.m., April 3rd. (Are the answer...

science
What is the difference between 'cell' and 'battery'?

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1. One question at a time. 2. Ask one question at a time. 3. Ask me one question at a time. 4. Ask one question of me at a time. 5. Ask one question at a time of me. (Are they all the same? Can we use all the expressions?)

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e.g. In 2012 1. In twenty twelve 2. In two thousand twelve (Can we read either way? Are both readings correct?)

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grammatical? (mistake).....

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1. Imagine you have a new pen pal from America. Then ask about 4 questions of him. 2. Pretend you have a new pen pal from America. Then ask about 4 questions of him. 3. Suppose you have a new pen pal from America. Then ask about 4 questions of him. 4. Think you have a new pen ...

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1. I lost the ring that he gave me. 2. I lost the ring that he had given me. (Which one is correct? Are both OK?)

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Mi Liang kept painting. The waves got highte and higher. Then the waves broke the boat, and the emperor could not get back to the palace. (In this passage, what is the meaning of 'Then'? 1. At that time 2. After that 3. In that case)

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Homework Help: history Posted by rfvv on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 8:18am. What is the origin of the fortune cookie? What are the words on the piece of paper inside the fortune cookie? history - Ms. Sue, Monday, April 9, 2012 at 12:17pm The words on the paper tells the person&#...

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1. Let's not rush it. (What does 'it' refer to? What other expressions can we use it instead of the sentence?) 2. Don't give up on your dreams. 3. Don't give up your dreams. (Are both grammatical?)

history
Thank you for your help. Is the sheet of paper in Chinese or in English? In a Chinese restaurant, when you eat a fortune cookie, on the piece of paper, is the sentence in Chinese or in English?

history
What is the origin of the fortune cookie? What are the words on the piece of paper inside the fortune cookie?

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1. I especially liked the acting of the main actor and special effects. 2. I especially liked the music and the beautiful scenery in the movie. 3. I especially liked the acting of the main actor and the main actress. 4. I especially liked the roles of the actors in the sinking...

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1. I bought him a cooking book. 2. I bought him a cookbook. (Thank you. I need to change the subject. Are both expressions OK, 'cookbook' and 'cooking book'?)

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1. He bought him a cooking book. 2. He bought him a cookbook. (Which one is correct, 'cooking book' or 'cookbook'?) 3. Who wrote the song to her? 4. Who wrote the song for her? (Do we have to use 'to' or 'for'? Are both OK?)

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He checked out the books yesterday from the library. (Is this correct? What is the opposite of 'checked out'? Can we use 'checked in' as the opposite?)

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1. You should wear a swimming cap in the swimming pool. 2. You should wear a swimming cap at the swimming pool. (Which preposition should we use? Are both OK?) 3. What is your number? - My number is 22. 4. May I have your number? - My number is 22. 5. What number are you? - I ...

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1. Write down three sentences you want to ask of the students. 2. Write down three sentences you want to ask to the students. (Which one is correct? Which preposition is right, 'of' or 'to'?)

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Hello, everybody. I have a lot of point cards. For your activities, you will get points. When your number is chosen from the program, you should get up and answer two questions. I will check your points on the paper. This time, all of you can answer this question.If you answer...

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Using shadow puppets is a very old storytelling tradition around the world. (What is the part of speech of 'storytelling'? Is it an adjective or a noun?)

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6. What do Jeepneys look like? - They are colorful. 10. How do they feel? - They are very happy. 11. What are their feelings? - They are very happy. (Thank you for your help. What about the pairs?)

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1. What does he do when/after he gets on the bus? 2. He says hello to the driver and his friends. (Are the question and answer correct? Do we have to use 'when' or 'after' in this case?) 3. Is the fact that Venice doesn't have cars a problem? - Not at all. ...

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1. Look at the girl's appearance. How does she look? She looks happy. 2. Look at the girl's looks. What does she look like? She looks angry. 3. Look at the girl on the first picture. How does she feel? She feels angry. 4. Look at this picture. Will you describe her fee...

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It is a long walk to school. (What does 'It' refer to? What does 'to school' modify in the sentence? Is 'to school' an adverbial phrase?)

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1. The bakery is inbetween the school and the bookstore. 2. The bakery is between the school and the bookstore. (Are both the same and grammatical?) 3. The post office is across from the convenience store. 4. The post office is opposite the convenience store. 5. The post offic...

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1. My hobby is computer games. 2. My hobbies are computer games. 3. My hobby is a computer game. 4. My hobby is computer game. 5. My hobby is playing computer games. (#5 is right. What about the others? Which ones are grammatical?...thank you for your answer.)

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1. My hobby is soccer. 2. My hobby is baseball. (Are both grammatical?)

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1. Wilma tried very hard to succeed as an athlete. 2. Wilma tried to succeed as an athlete very hard. (Do both sentences have the same pattern and the meaning? Is the verb 'tried' a transitive verb, and take an object the to infinitive? Or is the verb 'tried' u...

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1. What is his personality like? 2. What is his personality? 3. He is generous. (Which question is correct?)

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1. After you read the three friends' self-introductory passages, complete the following table. 2. After you take a look at the table summarized above, introduce one of/among the three friends to your classmates. (They are directions. Are they grammatical? And in sentence 2...

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I took too long in the shower. (Is this grammatical? What is the part of speech of 'long'? Is 'long' a noun?)

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I took too long in the shower. (Is this grammatical? What is the part of speech of 'long'? Is 'long' a noun?)

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1. My nickname is "Captain Cook." 2. My nickname is "Beyonce." (Why do we have to put 'quoation marks as in the sentences above? Can we use the sentences without the quotation marks? What is the role of the quotation marks?)

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Where is Beyonce from? There is an apostrophe on the last letter 'e' in "beyonce.' in a text book? Whay is that?

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1. Mark an O on the picture you like, and mark an X on the picture you don't like. 2. Mark O on the picture you like, and mark X on the picture you don't like. 3. Check a circle on the picture you like, and check an X on the picture you don't like. 4. Check circle ...

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Try hard to succeed. (What is the part of speech of 'to succeed'? Is 'to succeed' the object of the verb 'try'? Or is 'to succeed' the adverbial phrase which modifies 'try'?)

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I have an e-pal. (In this sentence, what does 'e' refer to? 'Pal' means 'friend.')

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1. I took a shower so I felt refreshed. 2. I took a shower so that I felt refreshed. 3. I took a shower, so I felt refrewhed. (What does #1 mean, #2 or #3? In Sentence 1, there is no 'comma' before 'so.' In Sentence 1, we cannot see 'that' after 'so...

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1. Paul visited me in order to ask for a help. 2. Paul visited me in order to ask for help. (Which one is correct? Do we have to put 'a' before 'help' or not?)

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I got you. (What is the meaning of this sentence? Does it have many meanings according to the context?)

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1. Because she felt cold, Susan put on her coat. 2. Because Susan felt cold, she put on her coat. 3. Feeling cold, Susan put on her coat. (Which one is correct? Are all acceptable and the same?)

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With night coming on, we started home. (What other expressions can we use instead of 'with night coming on'? Would you let me know the similar expressions to the sentence? Thank you.)

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