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  1. English

    1. They are the professors in our university. 2. They are all the profesors in our university. [#1 mean #2, does't it?] 3. They are professors in our university. 4. They are some of the professors in our university. [#3 mean #4, does't it?] 5. They study
  2. English

    I got some *bananas* from them. 1. What a wonderful gift *it* is! 2. What a wonderful gift *they* are! [Which one is right, #1 or #2?]
  3. English

    What did yo do on your last birthday? 1. My family celebrated my birthday with a birthday cake at home. 2. At the birthday party at home, my family celebrated me. 3. My family celebrated my birthday by singing a birthday song for me. 4. Mother prepared a
  4. English

    How did you go school? 1. I went to school by my father's car. 2. My father drove me to school. 3. I went to school by car with my father. [Which sentence is right?]
  5. English

    1. canal: a passage of water *that* boats can travel canal: a passage of water *that* boats can travel [What is the part of speech of *that* in the phrase?] 2. Boats can travel a passage of water. 3. Boats can travel on a passage of water. 4. Boats can

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  1. English

    1. canal: a passage of water *that* boats can travel [What is the part of speech of *that* in the phrase?] 2. Boats can travel a passage of water. 3. Boats can travel on a passage of water. 4. Boats can travel through a passage of water. [Which one is
  2. English

    Thank you for your help. Then do you mean that in both sentences "in Antarctica" can be an adjective phrase or an adverbial phrase according to the context? What about the use of 'the'? Regardless of 'the', can "in Antarctica" mean either an adverbial
  3. English

    Ok. Thank you. Then, what adverbs can we use to emphasize in the sentences instead of 'hard'?
  4. English

    3. She (is) (studying) hard for an exam. [Right Answer: two points:They are asked to use the present continuous tense.] 4. She (gets) (ready) hard for an exam. [Do you give partial points for this sentence?] 5. She (is) (ready) hard for an exam. [Do you
  5. English

    Thank you. 1. She is ready for an exam. [Is this right?] 2. She is ready hard for an exam. [What about this sentence?]