Posts by Nalmi

Total # Posts: 40

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Hello. Thank you for your help. Will you please help me with one more grammar question? "The reform has not covered every section of the population and HAS hardly led to a positive result." Do I have to use the second HAS or is it possible to omit it? Thank you very ...

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Hello. I would be very grateful for your help. Which is correct, NOR or OR, in the following sentence: "The refugees have neither food nor clothes NOR / OR medicines". Thank you very much.

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Hello. I would be very grateful for some help. 1) Do you think the preposition "in" is OK in the following sentence or is it "after": "He knew he would return in a year"? 2) If a person left a building or a room, is it possible to say: "he ...

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Dear Ms.Sue, thank you for your great advice. Please help me with a few more phrases which I'm not sure about. 1)"I received your letter which I highly appreciate as much as my father apprecited your warm attitude." 2)" May God enlighten the minds of ...

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Hello. I will be very grateful for your help. Please check the sentences: 1) "He was a great man whom I cannot remember without grief nor write about without tears." 2) "Even the animal world demonstrates more understanding than does human society." Thank ...

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Dear Ms.Sue, thank you for the answer. You said those were incomplete sentences. So is it possible to say in an informal situation: "Those your shoes annoy me" or "That your remark was really mean"? Thank you so much.

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Hello again. I hope you will answer one more question. Do you think it's possible to say "these your shoes" or "that your remark"? Or is it "these shoes of yours", "that remark of yours"? Thank you a lot.

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Hello. Thank you, Ms.Sue, again for the answer. Please help me with one more question. Is the sentence OK: "While I'm making coffee, you'll be cutting the cake"? (it's a kind of arrangement) By the way, do I have to use "some coffee" in this ...

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Hello. I'm very grateful to Ms.Sue for the answers. Thanks a lot. Hope you will help me again. 1) Do you think it's OK to say "I packed my baggage"? 2) Help me, please, to choose the correct tense (maybe, both are fine?): "We had been walking for an hour...

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Hello. Please help me with a few language problems. 1) Do you think it's possible to say: "What book is your favourite? What music is your favourite?" (The dictionary says "favourite" is used after nouns only (What is your favourite book?), but I guess ...

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Hello again. Dear Ms.Sue, thank you for your answers. I would be very grateful if you helped me again. 1) Do you think it's possible to say "You are a perfect match" (about a married couple,i.e. about two people)? 2) Do you think it's possible to say "I ...

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Hello. I will highly appreciate some help. Please check the sentences (whether they are natural and grammatically correct): 1) "His life can justifiably be considered exemplary." 2) "I have always acknowledged his intellect and erudition." 3) "He is no...

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Hello. I will be extremely grateful for help. 1)Do you think it's possible to say "If I got it right, you received a letter from Mona" (meaning "if I understood correctly")? 2)Is it correct to say "All this happened in summer" or is it "...

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Hello. I will be very grateful for your help. 1)Does the following sentence sound natural English: "someone fired a mortar at a building just 100 meters away from my house"? 2)Which preposition is correct in the phrase: "the bank account is opened at/ with OTP ...

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Hello. I will be very grateful for your advice. Do you think it's possible to use the word "seal" in the following context: "our partnership is sealed by the history and traditions the two countries share"? Thank you very much for help.

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Hello. I'll really appreciate it if you help me with a few questions. 1)Is the article used in the context "I am late for the (?) class"? 2) What is a natural way to ask a question the answer to which will be "twenty minutes, I am 20 minutes late for work.&...

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Hello. Please help me with my question. Is there any difference between the verbs 'learn' and 'study' in the sentences: 1) I'm going (want) to learn English. 2) I'm going (want) to study English. Thank you for your help a lot.

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Thank you, dear Reed, for the answer. Will you please help me with one more question. Which word is the best in the context (maybe, all of them are OK): "the aim is to define/determine/identify and assess the actions of the Bush administration..."? Thank you very much.

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Hello. I will be very grateful for your help. Do you think the words "actual" and "de facto" have the same meaning in the context: "the actual/ the de facto rejection of the 2012 agreements"? (The country decided not to abide by the agreements but...

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Dear Ms. Sue, thank you for your answer. I'm not a native speaker, but I also feel that "Higher Educational Institution" sounds a bit strange, however, it's the official name of the institution (in all documents), so do you think Public Stock Company "...

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Hello. I would really appreciate some help. I need to translate the official name of a company into English. Please have a look and say whether the result sounds natural English: Public Joint Stock Company "Higher Educational Institution Delika Business University"...

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Hello. I'll be very grateful if you help me to understand a line from a poem. And yet I am my one sole self, America seeking the stars. (Langston Hughes "America") I mean the second line. I translated it word for word but it is still very ambiguous to me. Will ...

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Hello. I'll be grateful for your help with the sentence structure. Which is correct (or better): 1) Everybody can see this country perpetrating lawlessness. 2) Everybody can see that this country is perpetrating lawlessness. Thank you for your time and help.

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Hello. I will appreciate it if you help to check the sentence. Does it sound normal English: "His ideas have found their application in practice"? Thank you very much for help.

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Dear Ms.Sue, thank you for your answer. Will you please help me with several more sentences which I made up but I'm not sure they are natural. 1)He's got a lot of experience and knowledge, which is undoubtedly to be applied in practice. 2)His classes that I was present...

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Hello. I will be grateful for some help with English tenses. 1) Are both variants possible: "she has been helping me for years" or "she has helped me for years"? 2)The same question: "they have tried to do it since March" or "they have been ...

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Dear Writeacher, thank you for the answer. Will you help me with two more questions? 1) Do you think it's possible to say "according to the opinion of many analysts" (I mean 'according' + 'opinion', or just "according to many experts")? ...

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Hello. I will be very grateful if you check the sentences: 1)"Do you think students are not allowed to use dictionaries while writing tests?" 2)"Do you think using dictionaries is not allowed while writing tests?" Do they sound natural and standard English...

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Hello. Please help me to formulate the assignment correctly: "Speak on the question from the theoretical course in Indo-European Lexicology: The native word-stock of Indo-European languages", The course is Indo-European Lexicology, the native word-stock... is one of ...

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Hello. I'll be very grateful if you help me with a few questions. 1)I know that the sentence "Why are you always late" correct, but is it possible to say "Why are you always being late" to show that it happens very often? 2)Do you think it's ...

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Hello. I will appreciate it if you help me with a few questions. 1) Is it possible to say "protesters gathered ON the square" or is it IN or AT? 2) Is it necessary to use the article in the context: a) 'Pope Francis blessed (the?) pilgrims in St Peter's ...

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Hello. Please help me choose the right word in the context "the police have found / found out / ascertained that it was a lie". Maybe all the variants are possible. Thank you very, very much for help.

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Hello. I will be very grateful if you help me: 1)do you think it's possible to say "a free contraceptives distribution" or "a free contracetptive distribution"? 2) is it OK to say "his priest career" or "his career of a priest"? 3) ...

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Hello. Will you please help me with the use of articles in English? 1)The situation is as follows: I heard something bad about a person I know, for example my friend Anna, and I want to say it's not true, which is correct then "it's an unfair accusation of the ...

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Hello. I will be very grateful if you help me with a few questions. 1) Do you think it's possible to use "during" and "over" in the following phrase: "During the years since his death / Over the years since his death, he has been considered ...&...

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Hello. Dear Writeacher, thank you a lot! Please answer two more questions: 1) in case of loyalty, they were granted additional benefits (is it natural, I mean "in case", maybe "in the case"?) 2)it proved enough for the increase of influence of the nobility ...

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Hello. Thank you for answering my previous question. I would be very grateful for some more help. 1)In one of the sources I came across the phrase "the nobility was coopted from the military". Does "co-opted" here mean "drawn, incorporated from"...

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Hello. I can't express how grateful I am to Writeacher for the help. Thank you! I have one more technical question. Is it necessary to translate the names of authors and their works in footnotes/references if I refer to them in an article to be published in an English ...

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Hello. I would highly appreciate some language help from a native speaker of English. Do you think the following sounds natural English: 1)the topicality of the present study is prompted by the fact that... (maybe the word "relevance" is better here?) 2)these ...

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Hello. I'll be grateful for your help. Is it possible to use -ing forms after the verbs "ban", "prohibit" and "forbid", for example: 1)The government bans funding such organizations. 2)The state prohibits using such technologies. 3)French law ...