1. English

    1. I couldn't do the shopping by myself. 2. I couldn't enjoy shopping by myself. 3. I couldn't go shopping by myself. (Are they all grammatical?) 4.I can do those things with no problem. 5. I can do those things without any problem. (Are both the same?)
  2. English

    1. I like shopping. 2. I like doing the shopping. 3. I like doing my shopping. 4. I like doing shopping 5. I like to do shopping. 6. I like to go shopping. 7. I like going shopping. ---------- Which ones are ungrammatical? Is the expression 'do shopping'
  3. English

    In Western culture when people do shopping, they make a shopping list beforehand, or they use discount coupons. ------------ Is the expressions above grammatical?
  4. English

    1. Sometimes, I go outside - to go shopping. 2. Sometimes, I go outside to go shopping. (In Sentence 1, "-" is used before 'to go.' Is #1 grammatical? What is the difference between #1 and #2?)
  5. English - Native speakers

    Hello what is the difference between a supermarket and a market a chemist and a pharmacy a shopping centre and a department store a shopping centre and a shopping mall
  6. English

    1. Last year, we had a school festival. I couldn't attend the school festival because of my illness. 2. Last year, we had a field trip. We couldn't enjoy the trip because of heavy rain. 3. Last year, we had a school talent show. We couldn't do well because
  7. Math

    Residents of a small city voted on whether to allow a developer to build a shopping center. The number of voters in favor of the shopping center was 4,400. The number of voters against the shopping center was 17,600. What percent of voters were in favor of
  8. Science

    Which one is different in the catergories? Plus, could you calssify the rest in the group, without the circled one? A. wheelbarrow B. wagon C. car -- --- D. shopping cart -- -------- ---- I think that the answer is D. shopping cart whing is uderlined or C.
  9. Science

    Which one is different in the catergories? Plus, could you calssify the rest in the group, without the circled one? A. wheelbarrow B. wagon C. car -- --- D. shopping cart -- -------- ---- I think that the answer is D. shopping cart whing is uderlined or C.
  10. Keith

    The Information Systems Audit and Control Association surveyed office workers to learn about the anticipated usage of office computers for personal holiday shopping. Assume that the number of hours a worker spends doing holiday shopping on an office
  11. statistics

    The Information Systems Audit and Control Association surveyed office workers to learn about the anticipated usage of office computers for personal holiday shopping. Assume that the number of hours a worker spends doing holiday shopping on an office
  12. statistics

    A study of the time spent shopping in a supermarket for a market basket of 20 specific items showed an approximately uniform distribution between 20 minutes and 40 minutes. What is the probability that the shopping rime will be a. Between 25 and 30
  13. English

    I urgently need you to revise these sentences. 1) Do you intend to start the project before Christmas? 2) I need to know which and how many students you are going to involve. 3) What do you think of our proposal of including 20 students from year 11? 4) I
  14. Statistics

    The Information Systems Audit and Control Association surveyed office workers to learn about the anticipated usage of office computers for personal holiday shopping (USA Today, November 11, 2009). Assume that the number of hours a worker spends doing
  15. stats

    The Information Systems Audit and Control Association surveyed office workers to learn about the anticipated usage of office computers for personal holiday shopping (USA Today, November 11, 2009). Assume that the number of hours a worker spends doing
  16. statistics

    a study of the time spent shopping in a supermarket for a market basket of 20 specific items showed an approximately uniform distribution between 20 minutes and 40 minutes. What is the probability that the shopping time will be a) between 25 and 30
  17. math

    hahn had $25 left in her purse after shopping and spending 20%of her money.how much did she leave to go shopping
  18. English

    1. I prefer to play soccer with them. 2. I prefer playing soccer with them. (Are both grammatical?) 3. I prefer spring to fall. 4. I prefer palying tennis outdoors to reading books indoors. 5. I prefer to swim rather than read a novel. 6. I prefer to swim
  19. French

    Is the correct way to say I like to go shopping, J'aime faire du shopping?
  20. English

    1. I plant potatoes shopping tomorrow. 2. I will plant potatoes shopping tomorrow. 3. I will plant potatoes and shop tomorrow. 4. I will plant potatoes and go shopping tomorrow. =========== #1 is wrong. Am I right? How can we correct #1? What about the
  21. English

    Did I identify the gerund direct object and the main verb correctly? We enjoy shopping as a group. gerund direct object - shopping main verb - enjoy
  22. grammar

    Identify the sentence written in standard English. a)I couldn't find my hat not anywhere. b)I couldn't find my hat nowheres. c)I couldn't find my hat anywhere. d)I couldn't find my hat anywheres
  23. physics

    A 0.32 kg box of macaroni is held in place at the front of a 3.14 kg shopping cart only by the force of static friction as the shopping cart accelerates. Determine the minimum acceleration, in m/s 2, that the shopping cart must have if the box is to be
  24. Physics

    A 0.32 kg box of macaroni is held in place at the front of a 3.31 kg shopping cart only by the force of static friction as the shopping cart accelerates. Determine the minimum acceleration, in m/s 2, that the shopping cart must have if the box is to be
  25. accounting

    Shopping Center A Square foot: 3,500 Distance: 4 miles Shopping Center B Square foot: 1,500 Distance: 5 miles Shopping Center C Square foot: 300 Distance: 3 miles Use the Huff Gravity model to find the probability that customers will shop at shopping
  26. business statistics

    The International Council of Shopping Centers reports that the average teenager spends $39 during a shopping trip to the mall. The promotions director of a local mall has used a variety of strategies to attract area teens to his mall, including live bands
  27. English

    1. Will you recommend me a book? - I recommend you this book, the Autobiography of Benjamin franklin. 2. I recommend you that you go shopping with your wife. 3. I recommend this smart phone to you. 4. I recommend you that you shoud go shopping with your
  28. Foreign languages

    I urgently need you to check these sentences, too. Thank you. 1) Pay in cash (or pay cash?) 2) Have you ever tried shopping on line OR online shopping? 3) They are planning to open a shopping centre on the edge/on the outskirts of town. 3) Imagine to dance
  29. physics

    A 20 kg shopping cart moving at a velocity of 0.5 m/s collides with a store wall and stops. The momentum of the shopping cart decreases?
  30. English

    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
  31. English

    1. What did Mike need at the store? He needed some things. 2. Who went shopping together? Mike and Ann did. 3. What did Mike and Ann do? They went shopping together. 4. What did they look at? They looked at the yellow bananas, the green peas, and the
  32. Grammar and capitalization

    Select the sentence with the correct capitalization. A) On Wednesday I am going to go shopping with my Mother. B) On Wednesday I am going to go shopping with my mother. C) On Wednesday i am going to go shopping with my mother. I answered B
  33. writing

    Could you please proofread this along with punctuation. It's an essay and it will be doubled spaced when I submit it. Thank you In approximately 200–350 words, using compare/contrast strategies, discuss the benefits and/or advantages of shopping online,
  34. English

    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
  35. French/Sra

    You decide to enter a contest for a shopping spree at your favourite clothing store. Write a paragraph describing what new clothes you need for summer and why you need them. Include the color of 5 articles of clothing that you would like and what
  36. English

    Thank you very much. I just have two more doubts. "I like going clothes shopping OR shopping for clothes". How do you express a person's height? Do you express it using meters or feet? Can you please give me examples? 1.60 m.(how do you read it?)
  37. English

    1. There is a boy in the living room. 2. Did you make a shopping list? 3. He bought a pair of pants at the clothing store. In the sentende, what is the part of speech of 'living', 'shopping' and 'clothing'? Are they gerunds or nouns?
  38. Statistics help please

    A survey of 23 customers at a shopping centre asked the distance(km) travelled to reach the shopping centre. The data was entered into Minitab to determine the descriptive statistics.a survey of 23 customers at a shopping centre asked the distance(km)
  39. English expression

    1. It's a kind of shopping by computer. 2. It's a kind of shopping on the computer. 3. It's a kind of shopping on-line. 4. It's a kind of on-line shopping? --------------------------------- Are they all the same? Can we use 'on the computer' instead of 'by
  40. english

    join the sentence using not only------but also 1.Shopping malls are found in Delhi.Shopping malls are found all over the country.
  41. French

    Student A: Est-ce que tu vas faire du shopping? Student B: Oui, je vais faire du shopping.
  42. Math

    At the start of the week, the amount of money in Howard's bank account varies directly with the number of hours he worked and inversely with the number of hours he spent shopping the past week. If has $2,000 in his bank account the week after spending 25
  43. Statistics

    According to the U.S. Federal Highway Administration, the mean distance traveled per shopping trip by Americans was 10.0 miles in 1983. A random sample of 25 shopping trips for this year gave a mean distance traveled of 12.0 miles with a population sample
  44. English

    I did some of the corrections myself (in parentheses). Could you please check them? 1) I like doing (making/baking) cakes and reading, but I don't have time to do this (though I can't find time for reading???). 2) I've got a quite oval face. I'm friendly
  45. Math

    Data were collected, using a sample survey, on the inhabitants of a British town. Among other things, the respondents were asked their age and their satisfaction with the shopping opportunities in the local high street. These data were used to construct a
  46. French

    Student A; Est-ce que tu vas faire du shopping Samedi? Student B: Oui, je vais faire du shopping Samedi. sorry I forgot to add Samedi in my other post
  47. statistics

    Describe whether the following study would most likely be “observational” or “experimental”, and why it would be so. * Mystery shoppers monitor the preferences at a shopping mall It seems the obvious answer would be observational because, "mystery
  48. physical

    a boy pushes a shopping trolley weight due to gravity of 150n with a constant force of 75n.a constant force of 20n is present.draw labeled force diagram to identify all the force acting on the shopping trolley.
  49. English

    1. He decided that she should go shopping. 2. His decision was that she should go shopping. 3. He made a decision that she should go shopping. 4. He suggested that the party be put off. 5. His suggestion was that the party should be put off.
  50. Physics 12

    Midterm review time! I just can't manage to get this question. "A 12kg shopping cart rolls due south at 1.5m/s, 30 degrees E of S. What is the magnitude of the change in momentum sustained by the shopping cart?" I know momentum equals the mass times the
  51. statistics

    36 people surveyed at random and learned that 20 people are in favor of a new shopping mall. What is a good estimate that person chosen at random in her town would favor a new shopping mall.
  52. Statistics

    Shopping Outlet A shopping outlet estimates the probability distribution of the number of stores shoppers actually enter as shown in the table below. x 0 1 2 3 4 p(x) 0.05 0.35 0.25 0.20 0.15 What is the probability that shoppers are just window shopping
  53. English

    Can you please check these few sentences? Thank you. 1)I insert a 50-cent coin into the trolley and I do my shopping. 2)I need to buy 200 grammes cooked ham and 150 grammes of raw ham. 3)Then I need to go to the counter of sliced meats and salami and then
  54. Math

    What is 1 7/12 - 3/20 equal to? I tried to do this question but I couldn't quite get the answer. For the directions of the work, its says use the least common multiple as the denominator and when I came across this one, I couldn't quite get the answer. If
  55. English

    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?)
  56. Maths

    Mr Lee start from her home,and goes 250m due south,then 200m due east,and finally 100 due south to a shopping mall.Find the distance between her home and shopping mall.
  57. Maths

    Mr Lee start from her home,and goes 250m due south,then 200m due east,and finally 100 due south to a shopping mall.Find the distance between her home and shopping mall.
  58. math

    Directions: Your shopping list for this week consists of six items that are available at two different grocery stores and are featured in their weekly ads. You want to do some comparison shopping and find the best price for each item. You will analyze the
  59. probability

    Paul is vacationing in Monte Carlo. On any given night, he takes X dollars to the casino and returns with Y dollars. The random variable X has the PDF shown in the figure. Conditional on X=x, the continuous random variable Y is uniformly distributed
  60. English

    I still have a few doubts on the use of to/at/in after have been. Thank you for helping me. 1) I haven't gone out for a walk. I have already been to school (or at school) today. I haven't been to the cinema yet today. 2) I've already gone shopping online.
  61. Physics

    You know you should not have bought the "MRI in a Box" kit from the Home Shopping Channel. Its main solenoid is supposed to have a radius of r=0.28 m, a length of L=0.1 m, and 12000 windings. The wire they give you has a resistance of 13 mΩ per
  62. statistics

    A researcher has observed independent samples of females and males, recording how long each person took to complete his or her shopping at a local mall. The respective times, in minutes, are listed in file. Using the 0.025 level of significance in a
  63. statistics

    A researcher has observed independent samples of females and males, recording how long each person took to complete his or her shopping at a local mall. The respective times, in minutes, are listed in file. Using the 0.025 level of significance in a
  64. Lang. Arts

    am: wasn't ::can:___________ aminite:constitution::________:letter bazzar:market place::enigma:________ In your first analogy, you have two verbs; the second one is a negative contraction of the past tense of the verb. Think of it this way. I am here. I
  65. business statistics

    A researcher has observed independent samples of females and males, recording how long each person took to complete his or her shopping at a local mall. The respective times, in minutes, are listed in the following table,Using the 0.025 level of
  66. English

    1. He was sick so he couldn't go to work. 2. He was sick, so he couldn't go to work. 3. He was sick so that he couldn't go to work. (What is the difference among them? Does #1 mean #2 or #3? What is the meaning of #1?)
  67. writing

    PLEASE PROOF READ IT WILL BE DOUBLE SPACED WHEN I SUBMIT IT. In approximately 200–350 words, using compare/contrast strategies, discuss the benefits and/or advantages of shopping online, rather than shopping in a store. The Benefits of Online Shopping
  68. English

    1. I searched for my glasses, but I couldn't find them. 2. I searched for my glasses, but I couldn't find it. (Which one is grammatical?) 3. The electric fan was moving from left to right. 4. The electric fan was moving from the left to the right. (Which
  69. English

    1. Can you spare me a few minutes? 2. Can you spare a few minutes for me? 3. Can you spare a few minutes to me? (Which one is the same as #1, #2 or #3? Which one is grammatical between #2 and #3?) 4. You will may go back home. 5. You will be allowed to go
  70. Maths Question

    the slope of a curve y=f(x) is given by dy/dx= (x-1)(x-2)^2(x-3)^3(x-4)^4(x-5)^5 for what value or values of x does y have a local maximum/miniumum? justify your answer. i tried solving this question but couldn't figure out how to do it. i even asked my
  71. Personal Finance

    Jody Asbell and three of her friends purchased a small shopping center in their town. They paid $985,090 and made a down payment of $125,000. They rented five of the stores for $3,400 each per month. Their annual expenses were mortgage interest of $65,000,
  72. English

    1. Search the following topics on the Internet, and then fulfill/do the project. Write the addresses of foreign shopping sites after you find them. Chosse the items you want to buy and write down the names and prices. On which item did you spend the most?
  73. maths

    Dolly and Emily went shopping with a total of $114.80. After Dolly spent 0.4 of her money and Emily spent $30.80, they had an equal amount of money left. How much money didi Emily bring along for shopping?
  74. English

    1. I couldn't swim at all when I was young. 2. I couldn't swim at all because I was young. (Are both grammatical? Which one is better?) --------------------------- 3. My pencil is longer than you. 4. My pencil is longer than your pencil. 5. My pencil is
  75. English

    I just wanted to know which alternatives are better. Thank you very much for your help. 1)I hate doing shopping OR the shopping”?). 2) I do some football OR I play football). 3) I like reading war and car books OR war books and car magazines (?) and
  76. english

    Q1. Identify whether the word groups are fused sentence, comma splice or correct sentence.(4) i There is nothing better for a cold than a hot coffee and a big box of chocolate ____________ ii She ran out of the room the shadows in the corner had scared
  77. English

    I left out these sentences. Can you please help me express them? Thank you very much! 1) I also use Internet to download music from different websites and then I save it on my computer or MP3 player. (where else can I save it? Flashdrive, USB memory
  78. English

    1. I couldn't see him in the darkness. 2. I couldn't see him in the dark. (Are both OK? In the dictionary, I was able to find "in the dark". What about 'in the darkness'? Can we use it as the same meaning?)
  79. English

    1. Though the baby was left alone, she didn't cry. 2. Being left alone, the baby didn't cry. 3. Left alone, the baby didn't cry. (Are the three sentences all grammatical?) 4. Although he had been very tired, he couldn't quit the job. 5. Having been very
  80. Stat help

    An article claimed that the typical supermarket trip takes a mean of 22 minutes. suppose that in an effort to test this claim, you select a sample of 50 shoppers at a local supermarket. the mean shopping time for the sample of 50 shoppers is 25.36 min.
  81. math

    if 15 percent of 220 students chose going shopping out of the 220 percent students chose s how many chose go shopping. my answer is 33 am i correct
  82. pre-algebra

    Mrs. Boyd went shopping at city center Mall. she parked her car in the parking garage. The cost for parking was $1.00 for the first hour and $0.75 for each additional 1/2 hour. Mrs. Boyd paid $4.75 for parking. Write an equation to find how long Mrs. Boyd
  83. ancient history

    I had an exam last week and I couldn't answer this question: What was economic and social status of poets in Ancient Greece in different time periods (under aristocratic, tyrannic and democratic government). I was searching the internet and mostly studied
  84. English

    Could you please check if all the sentences are correct? Thank you. 1) To start with, I’ll have a tomato salad. I couldn’t help crying. I’m worried about Brian’s getting low marks at school. 2) He admitted eating all the biscuits. I couldn’t do
  85. French

    You decide to enter a contest for a shopping spree at your favourite clothing store. Write a paragraph describing what new clothes you need for summer and why you need them. Include the color of 5 articles of clothing that you would like and what
  86. Credit Cards - Situations

    Here, Im given some lists of situations, and for each situation, Ive got to figure out if using credit would be a wise or unwise decision. A. Aron sees a latest computer system which he really wants. Even though the price seems to be high, he’s too
  87. French: TO MS SUE OR ANY FRENCH HELPER

    Please check & correct my mistakes: In English: One day sarah went shopping. Then she walked to her house Unfortunately it started to rain Fortunately sarah had a jacket All of a sudden sarah fell down Finally sarah arrived at her house In French: Un jour
  88. French

    The class that you exchange e-mail messages with in France is interested in learning about teen's shopping habits in north America. Write a short paragraph describing where you and your friends like to shop and what you like to wear at school. Tell how
  89. English

    I forgot to include the following few sentences. Thank you very much. 1) If it hadn't been for (the action of) one brave woman, the boycot wouldn't have occurred. 2) I'm doubtful whether or not to stay with the same family as two of my classmates. (to
  90. Stats

    An article (N. Hellmich. "'Supermarket Guru' Has a Simple Mantra,” USA Today, June 19, 2002, p. 70) claimed that the typical super market trip takes a mean of 22 minutes. Suppose that in an effort to test this claim, you select a sample of 50 shoppers at
  91. Math

    An article (N. Hellmich. "'Supermarket Guru' Has a Simple Mantra,” USA Today, June 19, 2002, p. 70) claimed that the typical super market trip takes a mean of 22 minutes. Suppose that in an effort to test this claim, you select a sample of 50 shoppers at
  92. English

    1. If you want to buy books, to which floor do you have to go? - I have to go to the 4th floor. 2. On which floor can you buy a shirt? - I can buy a shirt on the 3rd floor. 3. Where can you buy shoes? - On the first floor. 4. At which store can you buy
  93. English

    1. He tried to climb the tree. 2. He tried climbing the tree. 3. He wanted to climb the tree,so he did his best, but he couldn't climb the tree. 4. He climbed the tree to check whether he could stand on the thick branches to pick fruit.
  94. English

    1. He went out for a run. 2. He went out for a ride. (for riding a horse or riding a bike?) 3. He went out for a skate/a ski. 4. He went out for a smoke. 5. He went out for a drink. 6. He went out for a tour. 7. He went out for _________. 8. She went out
  95. English

    1. The cooker is used to cook rice. 2. The machine is used to make books. 3. The knife is used to cut vegetables. 4. The table is used for the kids to study. 5. The room is used for him to study. 6. The car is used for his wife to go shopping.
  96. English

    Can you please check the word choice and let me know which expressions sound better? (The parts in parentheses) Thank you! 3)I couldn’t believe people could eat the meat of animals such as crocodiles or zebras. (I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw
  97. English

    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?
  98. Thank Jiskha tutors

    I really appreciate all that you tutors do for us, I know we may be a bit demanding sometimes XD but we really love how you guys are always there to help us out. Coming from experience, I've had some past teachers that aren't as willing to help us when we
  99. English

    Writeacher, I really hope you can have a look at my last examples. I need to know which are wrong. I still have a few doubts on the use of to/at/in after have been. Thank you for helping me. 1) I haven't gone out for a walk. I have already been to school
  100. Statistics...help

    An article claimed that the typical supermarket trip takes a mean of 22 minutes. suppose that in an effort to test this claim, you select a sample of 50 shoppers at a local supermarket. the mean shopping time for the sample of 50 shoppers is 25.36 min.

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