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1. You will have met Prof. Smith. 2. You must have met Prof. Smith. ------------------------------------- In a grammar book, it is said that #1 means a guessing in the past, which is weaker than #2. Is that right? Can we use #2?

English Writing
Can someone help me write thesis statement for my paper on how the song’s use of figurative language contributes to its appeal to its listeners? The song is "Every Rose Has Its Thorn". I know there is a lot of metaphor used in the song. but cannot come up with a good thesis ...

English grammer
I am an annimal I live in water. I look like a snake. I m very slippery.

English
Can someone help me come up with a thesis on how has the word family evolved to follow historical, social, and cultural changes over time? I am having a very difficult time. thanks!

English
1. He will be happy. 2. He will have been happy yesterday. 3. He would have been happy yesterday. --------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Is #2 correct? What is the difference between #2 and #3? Does #2 have stronger possibility than #3? Does #3 mean that ...

English
1. You needn't have called a doctor. 2. You needn't have made a phone call to a doctor. 3. You needen't have gone to the hospital to bring the doctor. ------------------------------ Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Did the person go to the doctor to ask him to come? Or did the person ...

English
1. He was late for school. 2. He was late for the school. (What is the difference between them? Does #1 mean that he was late for his school? Does #2 mean that he was later for another school, not his school?) 3. He was lare for class. 4. He was late for the class. (What is ...

English
1. He must have missed the class yesterday. 2. He must have cut the class yesterday. ----------------------------------------​ What is the difference between two sentences? Is 'cut' a worse word than 'missed'?

english
Can someone pls read this and tell me what sentences i shud rewrite or change up. Thanks! Essence Orthodontics Lets You Be on the Move with Removable Braces Removable Braces to Line up Teeth In these days of modeling and megawatt grins, where aesthetic appeals are at the ...

English
someone read and help me make it better. Essence Orthodontics Lets You Be on the Move with Removable Braces Removable Braces to Line up Teeth In these days of modeling and megawatt grins, where aesthetic appeals are at the leading edge of many health-relevant decisions ...

English
Can someone correct or help me rewrite some sentences to make this writing perfect? Thanks! Essence Orthodontics Lets You Be on the Move with Removable Braces Removable Braces to Line up Teeth In these days of modeling and megawatt grins, where aesthetic appeals are at the ...

English
1. You need have come earlier. 2. You need not have come earlier. (Can we use both sentences?)

English
Write an article for publication in a national newspaper discussing at least two reasons why students should cultivate the habit of reading.

English
[Situation: When the master was out, the dog ran around the house and made the room messy. The master returned in the evening.] 1. He was angry because the dog broke the flowerpots. 2. He was angry because the dog had broken the flowerpots. [Which sentences is grammatical? Can...

English
1. He would have opened the door. 2. He would have solved the math problem. 3. He would have met the person. 4. He might have opened the door. ----------------------------------------​ From #1 to #3, actually he didn't do that. Right? Does #1 mean #4 sometimes? Is #1 ...

English
1. Can he have killed his wife? 2. Could hee have killed his wife? 3. He can have killed his wife. 4. He could have killed his wife. --------------------------- Do you use #1? Then, what is the difference between #1 and #2? Don't you use #3 in English speaking countries?

english composition
One way to synthesize information from sources is to      A. arrange source information according to publication date. B. categorize information according to your research questions. C. organize source notes in terms of relevance and reliability. D. arrange source notes ...

English
Explian The 8 Part Of Speech

English
1. I will prefer an aisle seat. 2. I would prefer an aisle seat. 3. I can prefer an aisle seat. 4. I could perfer an aisle seat. 5. I prefer an aisle seat. ----------------------------- Can we use all the expressions? In #1, 'will' is a gessing or possibility, right? Is #2 ...

English
1. It will be Chris. 2. It shall be Chris. *3. It will have been Chris. *4. It shall have been Chris. 5. It would have been Chris. 6. It should have been Chris. 7. It can be Chris. *8. It can have been Chris. 9. It could have been Chris. ------------------------------ Does #1 ...

English
1. Jack must have been late for the school. He got up late. 2. Jack must have been late for school. He got up late. ----------------------------------------​--- What is the difference between 'school' and 'the school' in the sentences? Does #1 mean he was late 'for ...

English
Thank you for your help. I need to post the same questions. 1. You should wear your uniform to school. 2. You should wear your uniform when you come to school. 3. You should wear your uniform at school. 4. You should wear your uniform when you are at school...

English
1. Julie could have bought the book. 2. Julie might have bought the book. 3. Julie could have bought the book, (but she borrowed it from the library instead.) 4. Julie could buy the book yesterday. 5. Julie was able to buy the book yesterday...

English
1. Get the picture. 2. Buy the picture. 3. Bring the picture. 4. Understand the picture. 5. Take the picture. 6. Fetch the pciture. --------------------------- What does #1 mean? According to the context, does #1 mean from #2 to #6?

English
1. Some people give their pets away. 2. Some people throw their pets away. 3. Some people give their pets to somebody as a gift. ---------------------- What does #1 mean? Does #1 mean #2 or #3?

English
(At a pet shop) 1. We can't have him in our apartment. (him = a kind of dog) 2. Why don't you get a poodle? ----------------------------------- Q1: In #1, what does 'have' mean? Does it mean 'keep' or 'raise'? Q2: In #2, what does 'get' mean? Does it mean 'buy' or 'bring' or '...

English
(Situation: A boy has arrived at school. He is walking in the hallway. He is not wearing a school uniform. A teacher says to him, 'You should always wear your uniform to school.') 1. You should always wear your uniform to school. 2. You should always wear your uniform at ...

English
1. You should turn off the computer and go to bed now. 2. Ten more minutes, please. 3. Give me ten more minutes, please. 4. Wait ten more minutes, please. 5. __________________________ -------------------------------- #2 is the response to #1. Does #2 mean #3 or #4 or ...

English
Noah Webster supported himself through sales of his spelling book over 100 million copies of the book were sold. This has to be a dangler right? Please tell me I'm right.

English
Is this a fragment or a run-on? Since I no longer maintain an office downtown for working on this kind of project.

english II
How is the -ing form used in the following sentence? To get in shape for that marathon, Shelby started running around the block a few times each morning. participial phrase as an adjective participial phrase as a noun participle as an adjective participle as a noun gerund ...

English
1. I am sure that she is intelligent to deal with the matter. 2. I am sure that she is intelligent because she deals with the matter. 3. I am sure that she is intelligent because she dealt with the matter. ----------------------------------------​--- Does #1 mean #2 or #...

English
1. I am sure that she was angry with him. 2. I am sure she was angry with him. 3. I am certain that she was angry with him. 4. It is sure/certain that he was pleased with the gift. ----------------------------------------​- Can we use both 'sure' and 'certain' in the ...

English
1. I visited there yesterday. 2. I have been to there. 3. I have been there. 4. I needn't have gone to there. 5. I needn't have gone there. --------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Can we use 'there' as a noun as in the sentences?

English
1. He cannot have cleaned his room. 2. It is impossible that he cleaned his room. 3. He could not have cleaned his room. -------------------------- #1 mean #2, right? Then What is the meaning of #3? Would you write another sentences having similar meaning?

English
1. I could have come in time yesterday. 2. I could come in time yesterday. (What is the difference between them?) 3. I have done it. 4. I could do it. 5. I could have done it. 6. I couldn't do it. 7. I could not have done it. (What is the difference between them? #5 mean I ...

English
Write the characteristics of lencho.

English
Write an essay in which you identify a weakness you have with regard to schoolwork in general or reading in particular. Be sure to describe how this weakness may affect your performance as a college freshman. The final revised draft of your essay should be at least 500 words ...

English
1. A: Why hasn't she written to me? 2. B: She could have forgotten your address. 3. She may have forgotten your address. 4. She might have forgotten your address. ----------------------------------------​-- Does #2 mean that she forgot your address? Or does #2 mean #3 or...

English
1. I had better listen to your advice. 2. I would rather listen to your advice. 3. I had better stay at home than go out. 4. I would rather stay at home than go out. (Which ones are right? Can we use all the expressions?)

English
1. He could have given me some advice. (Does this sentence mean that he didn't give me some advice?) 2. He cold have told a lie. (Does this sentence mean that he didn't told a lie? Or does #2 mean #3?) 3. He may have told a lie. • English - Writeacher, Tuesday, June 20, 2017...

English
effect of 12 hours of sleep per night? effect of 15 hours of sleep per night?

English
low sleep or sleepiness what is the effect on our reaction time?

English
sleepy drivers vs drunk drivers is the risk similar? and why?

English
We shall not see him again. Change the sentence into past simple tense

English
1. He could have given me some advice. (Does this sentence mean that he didn't give me some advice?) 2. He cold have told a lie. (Does this sentence mean that he didn't told a lie? Or does #2 mean #3?) 3. He may have told a lie.

English
1. The pet dog broke the plant. 2. The pet dog picked the plant. 3. the pet dog cut the plant with her teeth. 4. The pet dog cut the plant. 5. The pet dog felled the plant. --------------------------------- Can we use all the verbs in the sentences? Which verbs are commonly ...

English
Somebody is knowcking on the door. The person inside said,'Who is it?' 1. It's me, Tom. 2. This is me, Tom. 3. I'm me, Tom. 4. That's me, Tom. 5. It's me. 6. That's me. 7. This is me. ------------------------- In the situation, which expressions can we use among them?

English
1. I will take him home with me. (him=a dog) 2. I have no money with me. 3. She lives with her parents. 4. I will take him home. ---------------------------- Q1: What is the difference between #1 and #4? Q2: what is the meaning of 'with' in #1? Is 'with' in #1 the same as '...

English writting
I dont understand what my professor wants me to write

English
Thank you for your help. 1. I buy organic foods because they taste a lot better. 2. I buy spicy foods because they taste a lot better. 3. I buy _______ foods because they taste a lot better. ---------------------------- Is 'organic' the best word for the blank as in #3? What ...

English
1. There you go, you put the bad-mouth on others. 2. There you go again, you put the bad-mouth on others. 3. There you go. You're always forgetting things. 4. There you go again. You're always forgetting things. ------------------------------------ Do we have to use 'again' or...

English
1. There you go, you put the bad-mouth on others. 2. There you go again, you put the bad-mouth on others. (Are both the same in meaning? Which one is common?) 3. There you go. You're always forgetting things. 4. There you go again. You're always forgetting things. (Which one ...

English
1. The boy ran around the house. 2. He broke the plants. -------------------------------- Q1: In #1, did he run around the house outside? Did he run outside, running around the house? Or did he run inside the house, making the living room or the kitchen messy? Q2: Is #2 ...

English
Tom has a paper, but his brother has two papers. -------------------------- Is the use of 'paper' correct? Is the sentence above correct in terms of grammar?

English
1. Take it easy. 2. Make yourself at home. 3. Make yourself comfortable. 4. Calm down. ------------------------- What is the meaning of #1? Does #1 mean #2, #3, or #4?

English
1. He keeps abandoned dogs. 2. He keeps missing dogs. 3. He keeps stray dogs. 4. He keeps deserted dogs. ------------------------ #1, #2, and #3 seem to be the same. What about #4? Do you use 'deserted dogs'?

English
Someone is knocking on/at the door. Inside, we say, 'Who is it?' Can't we use, 'Who are you?' Is it rude to say, 'Who are you? (Can we use both prepositions, on and at here? Are both have the same meaning? what about the next question?)

English
The pet dog found his master. He said to the master,"It' me." (In a catroon) 1. It's me. 2. This is me. 3. I'm me. 4. That's me. (Can the pet use only #1? What about the other expressions?) -------------------------------------- The master said, "Is that you?" 5. Is that you? ...

English
1. He should have thought more carefully. 2. He regrets that he didn't think more carefully. 3. I regret that he didn't think more carefully. ------------------------------- Does #1 mean #2 or #3?

English
1. I would not do so, it I were you. 2. I would not do so if I were you. (Are both okay? Do we have to delete the 'comma' in #1? 3. He could come earlier. 4. He could come earlier if he were not busy. (Does #3 mean #4?) 4. He could have come earlier. 5. He could have come ...

english 1
read this excerpt from chapter 7 of the narrative of the life of Frederick douglass and answer the question. which of the following best describes the cultural context here?

English
1. He may have stolen the money. 2. He might have stolen the money. 3. He can have stolen the money. 4. He could have stolen the money. ------------------------------------ Is #3 ungrammatical? Are #2 and #4 the same in meaning? They both have slight or uncertain possibility. ...

English
1. He cannot have told a lie. 2. It is impossible that he told a lie. (#1 mean #2. Right?) 3. He could not have told a lie. (What about #3? What is the difference between #1 and #3? What is the meaning of #3?)

English
1. Anybody can make mistakes. 2. We can go to the concert. 3. We could go to the concert. ------------------------------ In a grammar book, it is said that 'can' in #1 is used as theoretical possiblilty' Is that right? In #3, 'could' is used as 'present possibility.' What ...

English
What does the child think about his drawing in the poem

English
To letter write news editor such children sad plight and up lift

english
What is the purpose of a response-to-literature essay

English
1. He is master of the situation. 2. He is the master of the situation. ........ In dictionaries, I could see #1, not #2. Can't we use 'the' before 'master' here? 3. I met Father on the street. 4. I met father on the street. 5. I like Master very much. 6. I like master very ...

English
1. He is far the best boy in his class. 2. He is by far the best boy in his class. 3. He is far and away the best boy in his class. ............ Are they all grammatical?

English
1. He is a good deal stronger than Sam. 2. He is lots stronger than Sam. 3. He is far and away stronger than Sam. ............................... Are they all grammatical?

English
1. I can forget everything. 2. I could forget everything. 3. It can happen again. 4. It could happen again. ---------------------------- Which ones have slight possibility? Which ones have strong possibility?

English
I called you several times, but you didn't answer me. Where were you? I was at home, listening to music. ------------------------------------ [In this situdation, can we use both sentences? Are both the same in meaing? Which one is commonly used?] 1. I was home, listening to ...

English
1. He saw most of the boys. 2. He saw most of his boys. 3. He saw most of these boys. 4. He saw most of some boys. 5. He saw most of ____ boys. ------------------------------------ Q1: Are the sentences all grammatical? What about #4? Can we use #4? Q2: What other words can be...

English
The dog's master worked in the workplace. Later he came back home. He saw his dog. He said, "I'm home." -------------------------------- Can we use 'I'm at home.' in this situation? What is the difference between them?

English - Analysis of quotation
I need help analysing a quote for an English assignment but I can't find the deeper meaning: "Day of wrath, that day of burning, Seer and Sibyl speak concerning, All the world to ashes turning." ~ Abraham Coles I would be very grateful if someone could help me with this.

English check my answers
For the following questions, identify the correct form of irregular verbs in the sentences. Choose from the word box below. A. past B. present participle C. past participle 47. Claude is getting a new computer for his birthday this year. (1 point) A B**** C 48. Yes, I have ...

English
Are these correct or not? I can't hardly see you. The children were real excited when they made the team, they jumped up and down noisily.

Physics
Hello, I am wondering if someone can answer me this question: In an Atwood machine why do the tensions that handle both bodies are the same? (English is not my native language)

English
........ of the books of ali have blue colour. We can use some and none in the blank. But what do you think about 'any'in this blank. Is it correct.

English
1. He played me the violin. 2. He played the violin to me. 3. He played the violin for me. [Can we use both #2 and #3? Otherwise, is #2 alone correct? Not #3?] 4. He played me a record. 5. He played a record for me. 6. He played a record to me. [Can we use #5 and #6? Otherwise...

English
1. He played her a trick. 2. He played a trick on her. 3. He made fun of her. 4. He deceived her. 5. He lied to her. ---------------------------- Are both #1 and #2 the same? Does #1 mean #3 or #4(5)?

English
1. He spared me a rooom. 2. He spared a room for me. (Are both the same?) 3. She prepared us a lecture. 4. She prepared a lecture for us. (Are both the same? Can we use Sentence 3?)

English
1. I have difficulty/trouble in remembering names. 2. 1. I have difficulty/trouble when I remember names. (Are both the same and interchangable?)

math
1. List the elements of the following sets: A. V is the vowel of english alphabet B. C is the set of number between 5 and 10 C. T is the set of days of the year D. P is the set of prime number from 2 to 10 E. F is the set of factors of 12

english
In at least one hundred words, explain how Lessing’s childhood experiences may have influenced her storytelling in "Through the Tunnel."

English
What does the children in the poem thinks about his drawing?

English
1. He was surprised she came at all. 2. He was surprised she came after all. 3. He was surprised she came anyway. 4. He was surprised she came any how. 5. He was surprised she came at any rate. 6. He was surprised she came at all events. -------------------------- Does #1 mean...

English
I'm quitting social media for good does this make sense it's the starter of my speech

English
The dog has almost gone blind. He said, 'It's strange. These days you look blurry.' (You refers to the dog's master.) ------------------------------ What does 'it' refer to in 'It's strange'? Does it refer to 'situation'?

english
Why did the nightly knocking at the temple finally stop in “Old Man of the Temple” by R. K. Narayan? A. The narrator helped the old man find his way to his wife. B. They drove the old man out of town, so he wouldn’t bother the temple anymore. C. The taxi driver had run ...

ENGLISH
In “The Necklace” by Guy de Maupassant, what is the result of Mathilde visiting her rich friend? A. She returned home energized from the visit. B. She wept, feeling regret for her situation. C. She harassed her husband to go make more money. D. She felt she should get a ...

English
African animal rituals should be allowed in the suburbs

English
1. He passed the bakery and met one of his friends. 2. He passed a stream and became wet. 3. He passed a stream and found a bakery. --------------------------- In #2, he passed through a stream. What about in #3? Did he pass through a stream or not? Did he walk by a stream and...

English
1. They moved in yesterday. 2. They moved out the day before yesterday. 3. They moved into yesterday. 4. They moved in the apartment yesterday evening. 5. They moved into the apartment yesterday evening. -------------------------- Are they all grammatical except Sentence 3? 6...

English
1. She is fond of scuba diving. 2. She likes scuba diving. 3. She is afraid of snakes. 4. She fears snakes. 5. She is aware of the fact. 6. She knows the fact. (Is each pair the same in meaning? Do you have some more expressions which have the same structure, 'be adjective of.')

english
Please could you check my grammar. thanks 1.Other Color Print Price, depending on the image’s size

English
1. My dog spends most of the time at home. 2. My dog spends most time at home. (Are both the same?) 3. He got married to Susan in 2007. 4. He was married to Susan in 2007. (Are both the same? Does #4 mean 'action' or 'state'?)

world history
1. Imagine you work in a steel mill in a large industrial city in England in the late 1800s. You live in a neighborhood with other factory workers, and share the same living and working conditions they do. Write a letter to your representative in Parliament expressing your ...

English
To what extent does writing connect with people and society? Provide one source thats supports and one source that refutes. The two sources must examine the topic from different perspectives. The sources I already have is: writing and reading relationships: constructive tasks ...

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