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Popular questions and responses by rfvv
  1. English

    1. I hope he gets well soon. 2. I hope he gets better soon. 3. I hope he will get well sone. 4. I hope he will get better soon. 5. I hope for him to get well soon. ======== Are they all grammatical and have the same meaning? Which ones are commonly used?

    asked on November 24, 2015
  2. English

    1. My father goes to work by car. 2. My father goes to work by his car. 3. My father goes to work in his car. (Which one is grammatical?) English - Jen, Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at 11:11pm I would say "my father drives his car to work". 1 is probably the most

    asked on May 19, 2010
  3. English

    1. My father drives me to school. 2. I go to school in my father's car. 3. I go to school by my father's car. [Can we use 'by' in the sentence?] 4. I go to school by car. 5. I drive a car to school. 6. I drive my car to school. [Does #4 mean #5 or #6? When

    asked on April 20, 2019
  4. Literature

    What is a drama? Is a soap opera a television drama? Is a talk show a television drama? Is a documentary a television drama? Is a comedy show a television drama? Is a news program a television drama?

    asked on September 4, 2018
  5. English

    1. He looks happy. 2. He looks happily. 3. He is looking out happily. 4. He is looking at the picture happily. ------------------- All are correct except #2? Right?

    asked on May 17, 2014
  6. English

    1. A dog is a faithful animal. 2. The dog is a faithful animal. 3. Dogs are faithful animals. 4. A dog is the faithful animal 5. The dog is the faithful animal. --------------------------------- I have changes some sentences a little. Can we us all the

    asked on October 23, 2017
  7. English

    1. He was late because he missed the bus. [In this sentence, what does 'the bus' mean? Does the bus mean the specific bus? The school bus which his schoool has, or the Number 12 bus which he usualy takes when he comes to school? Or is 'the bus in generic

    asked on October 19, 2017
  8. English

    1. My father reads the newspaper every day. [Does this sentence mean that he reads the same newspaper every day{gain and again}? Or was 'the newspaper' in generic use?] 2. My father reads a newspaper every day. [What about this one?] 3. My father reads

    asked on September 11, 2018
  9. English

    1. He wrote me a letter. 2. I was written a letter by him. 3. A letter was written me by him. 4. A letter was written for me by him. (#1 is an active voice sentence. The others are passive voice sentences. Is #1 wrong or right as a passive voice sentence

    asked on December 10, 2009
  10. English

    1. I am already late. 2. I have already been late. 3. It was already late. 4. It had already been late. 5. It has already been late. ---------------------------- Can we use all the expressions?

    asked on November 21, 2016
  11. English

    1. My favorite food is a cookie. 2. My favorite food is cookies. 3. My favorite fruit is a pear. 4. My favorite fruit is pears. 4-1 My favorite fruits are pears. 4-2. My favorite fruits is a pear. (?) 4-3. My favorite fruits is pears. (?) (Are they all

    asked on April 4, 2016
  12. English

    1. Go straight two blocks and turn left. 2. Go straight for two blocks and turn left. [Are both okay? Which one is the better of the two?]

    asked on April 30, 2018
  13. English

    1. The committee were divided in their opinions. 2. The committee was divided in its opinions. 3. The committee was divided in their opinions. [Which senteces are grammatical?]

    asked on November 4, 2018
  14. English

    1. Will you summarize the passage? 2. Will you tell us summary of the passage? 3. Will you make a summary of the passage and say it to us? 4. Will you tell us about the summary of the reading text? 5. Will you summarize the passage and say it out loud in

    asked on September 18, 2016
  15. English

    1. I ride my bike to school. 2. I go to school by bike. 3. I go to school by my bike. [Does #3 mean #1? Is #3 grammatical?]

    asked on April 23, 2018
  16. English

    1. She is a medium height woman. 2. She is medium height. 3. She is of medium height. 4. She is a woman of medium height. =================== Are they all grammatical? Which ones are right?

    asked on April 21, 2015
  17. English

    1. My favorite food is noodle. 2. My favorite food is a noodle. 3. My favorite food is noodles. (Which one is right?) 4. My favorite food is ramen. 5. I ate two ramens yesterday. 6. I bought three ramens at a supermarket. (Are they all grammatical? Can we

    asked on March 26, 2016
  18. English

    1. He wrote a letter with a pen. 2. He wrote a letter in a pen. 3. He wrote a letter in pen. 4. He was writing a letter in pencil/in fountain pen/ in a ball-point pen. (Is #2 incorrect? Why is that? Is #4 all correct? Do we have to delete 'a' or'an' after

    asked on September 13, 2017
  19. English

    1. He is less tall than Tom. 2. Tom is taller than he. 3. He is less smart than Tom. 4. Tom is smarter than he. 5. He is less big than Tom. 6. Tom is bigger than he. 7. He is less careful than Tom. 8. Tom is more careful than he. 9. He is no thoughtful

    asked on July 13, 2016
  20. English

    1. He admitted breaking the window. 2. He admitted having broken the window. 3. He broke the window before, and he admitted it later. (Does #1 mean #2? Are they the same in meaning? Do #1 and #2 mean #3?)

    asked on September 11, 2017
  21. English

    1. May I take your order? 2. Would you like to order now? 3. Will you order? 4. Order, please. 5. Please order your food. 6. Are you ready to order? 7. Do you want to order? 8. Why don't you order? 9. How about ordering? 10. What do you think of ordering?

    asked on June 11, 2014
  22. English

    1. I totally disagree with you. 2. I completely disagree with you. 3. I entirely disagree with you. ( Do they mean that I don't agree with you at all?) 4. I totally don't agree with you. 5. I completely don't agree with you. 6. I entirely don't agree with

    asked on February 1, 2017
  23. English

    I helped my mother wash the dishes. I helped my mother clean the house. I helped my mother ironing some clothes. I vacuumed the floor. I cleaned the floor with a mop. I cleaned the study which was messy. I cleaned the veranda where there were a lot of

    asked on July 16, 2012
  24. English

    1. This is the house which he lives in. 2. This is the house in which he lives. 3. This is the house where he lives. 4. This is the house he lives in. 5. This is the house he lives. ================================ Which ones are ungrammatical among the

    asked on October 10, 2016
  25. English

    There are 8 word cards on the blackboard. On one side there are English words, and on the other side, there are Korean words. You see English words on the cards now.... I will turn the cards over then you can see Korean words. I have turned over the cards.

    asked on October 7, 2010
  26. English

    1. Complete the sentences by using the words in the parenthesis. 2. Complete the sentences by using the words in the parentheses. --------------------------- Which one is right? Do we have to use the singular form or the plural form at the end of each

    asked on August 30, 2016
  27. English

    1. The concert is over. 2. The concert is finished. 3. The concert ended. 4. The concert finished. [Are they the same in meaning? Can we use all the sentences? Which ones are unacceptable? Do you have some more similar expressions?]

    asked on April 5, 2018
  28. English

    There are 7 classes for first year students. Each class is composed of about 30 students. Emily is a student of Class 1-2. One of his classmates who went to the same elementary school asks: Which class are you in? What is the answer to the question? 1. I'm

    asked on March 23, 2016
  29. English

    1. He beat me at chess. 2. He won me at chess. 3. He beat the tennis game. 4. He won the tennis game. (Which ones are grammatical? Would you let me know the differenbe between 'beat' and win'?)

    asked on April 4, 2016
  30. English

    1. He is taller than any other boy in his class. 2. He is taller than all the other boys in his class. 3. He is taller than anyone else in his class. 4. He is as tall as any boy in his class. 5. He is as tall as anybody in his class. 6. He is as tall any

    asked on February 5, 2010
  31. English

    Why do you study English? 1. I study English to chat with foreigners. 2. I study English to get 100 points on the English test in the final exam. 3. I study English to read technical English books. 4.I study English to enter Cambridge University in the

    asked on November 18, 2014
  32. English

    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

    asked on May 27, 2012
  33. English

    1. the math and arts which we make with discussion club 2. the math and arts which we make by discussion club 3. the math and arts with discussion club 4. the math and arts discussion club [Which names are suitable (and grammatical) for a club name? In

    asked on May 31, 2018
  34. English

    1. A dot is one-dimensional. 2. A surface is two-dimensional. 3. A cube is three-dimensional. 4. At is one-dimension. 5. At is the first dimension. 6. On is two-dimensions. 7. On is the second dimension. 8. On is two dimensions. 9. In is three-dimension.

    asked on April 11, 2018
  35. English

    1. He has cereal and milk for breakfast. 2. He has cereal with milk for breakfast. [Which one do we have to use? Are both okay? When we pour milk into a bowl of cereal, which expression do we use?] 3. I have rice, kimchi, some vegetable side dishes for

    asked on April 14, 2018
  36. English

    1. Even if the sun were to rise in the west, I would never change my mind. 2. Even though the sun were to rise in the west, I would never change my mind. 3. Even if the sun were to rise in the west, I will never change my mind. 4. Even if the sun were to

    asked on November 14, 2014
  37. English

    1. Being tired, he went to bed early. 2. Tired, he went to bed early. 3. Being strong, he could lift the box. 4. Strong, he could lift the box. 5. Being left along, the baby began to cry. 6. Left alone, the baby began to cry. 7. It being fine, he went out

    asked on September 6, 2016
  38. English

    1. I had a haircut yesterday. 2. I got a haircut yesterday. 3. I had my hair cut yesterday. 4. I got my hair cut yesterday. 5. I cut my hair yesterday myself. --------------------------------------- Does #1 or #2 mean #3 or #4? Or Does #1 mean #5?

    asked on May 11, 2018
  39. English

    1. She spoke in a very loud voice. 2. She spoke in a very high voice. 3. She spoke in a very low voice. 4. She spoke in a very soft voice. 5. She spoke with a very loud voice. ----------------------------------- Does #1 mean #2? Can we use both #3 and #4?

    asked on July 14, 2016
  40. English

    1. My father goes to work by car. 2. My father goes to work by his car. 3. My father goes to work in his car. (Which one is grammatical?)

    asked on May 18, 2010
  41. English

    1. She is on the car. [She is on top of the car. She is on the top of the car. ] 2. She is in the car. [She is inside the car to drive.] 3. She is at the car. [She is by the car... Is my explanation right?] 4. She is on the bus. [Is she on top of the bus

    asked on April 7, 2018
  42. English

    1. It's no use worrying about it. 2. It's no use to worry about it. 3. There is no use worrying about it. 4. There is no use to worry about it. Which ones are grammatical? In #1 and #2, does 'it' on the left refer to 'worrying about it'?

    asked on May 5, 2015
  43. English

    1. When I entered the room, she was playing the piano. 1-1. When I entered the room, she played the piano. 1-2. As soon as I entered the room, she was playing the piano. 2. While I entered the room, she was playing the piano. 3. I entered the room while

    asked on August 25, 2017
  44. English

    1. "He is very nice," said Bill. 2. " How nice he is!" Bill said. 3. "How are you?" he said. 4. "Go away," said he. 5. "Shall we go there?" said Bill. 11. Bill said, "He is very nice." 22. Bill said, " How nice he is!" 33. He said, "How are you?" 44. He

    asked on April 19, 2010
  45. Engish

    The weather is the condition of the atmosphere in one area at a particular time, for example if it is raining, hot of windy. (In this sentence can we use ' whether' instead of 'if' after 'for example' to have the same meaning?) English - Writeacher,

    asked on November 19, 2013
  46. English

    1. He is my old friend. (Can we use this one when one of my friends is very old though I met him one week ago?) 2. My favorite class is math class. 3. My favorite class is a math class. (Which one is right? Are both right? ) 4. I do my homework with her

    asked on April 21, 2010
  47. English

    1. I have a friend who goes biking many times. 2. I have a friend who goes hunting every weekend. 3. I have a friend who got the first prize in the speech contest. 4. I have a friend who is the first in grades his class. 5. I have a friend who is very good

    asked on October 28, 2009
  48. English

    1. He hurries to school. 2. He goes to school in a hurry. [Are both the same? What is the difference between #1 and #3, and between #2 and #4?0 3. He hurries to the school. 4. He goes to the school in a hurry.

    asked on April 27, 2018
  49. English

    1. He has broken the window. 2. The window has been broken by him. 3. The window is broken by him. (Which one is the active voice sentence of #1?)

    asked on December 18, 2009
  50. English

    What does he wear? 1. He wears an umbrella. 2. He carries an umbrella. 3. He has an umbrella. [Which expressions can we use?] What is he wearing? 4. He is wearing an umbrella. 5. He is carrying an umbrella. 6. He is having an umbrella. [Which expressions

    asked on March 31, 2019
  51. English

    1. His family is large. 2. His family are all healthy. 3. His family members are all healthy. 4. The members of his family are all healthy. 5. There are 50 families in this apartment building. 6. There are 50 families in these apartment buildings. 7. There

    asked on June 1, 2018
  52. English

    1. He is on the train. He is sitting in the seat. He takes a nap. 2. He is on the train. He is sitting in the seat. He goes to sleep. 3. He is on the train. He is sitting in the seat. He goes to bed. 4. He is on the train. He is sitting in the seat. He

    asked on April 29, 2018
  53. English

    1. We have to protect the environment from pollution. 2. We have to protect environment from pollution. [Do we have to put 'the ' before environment or not? Are both okay?]

    asked on December 27, 2017
  54. English

    1. I set the alarm for 5:30 every morning. 2. I set the alarm clock for 5:30 every morning. 3. I set the alarm to 5:30 every morning. (Which one is right? Can we use all of them?) 4. The sun is setting in the west. 5. He set the table for dinner. 6. He set

    asked on December 6, 2015
  55. English

    1. I prefer working to doing nothing. 2. I prefer to work rather than to do nothing. 3. I prefer to work rather than do nothing. 4. I prefer to work to to do nothing. 5. I prefer to work to do nothing. [Are the sentences from #1 to #3 correct? Which ones

    asked on September 9, 2018
  56. English

    1. Where is the restroom? 2. Where is a restroom? [Can we use both expression? Do you use only #1? Does the restroom mean the specific restroom? Or is 'the restroom' in generic use? Or does the restroom mean the specific restroom near here, which people

    asked on March 19, 2018
  57. English

    1. This year may I wish you finally learn how to use your smartphone properly. 2. This year may I wish you finally learn how to use your smartphone properly? [Do we have to use a period or a question mark?]

    asked on December 18, 2017
  58. English

    What do you have to do afer school? 1. I have to go to my academy and study hard until 11 p.m.. 2. I have to go to an academy to study math, English and science. 3. I have to go to the academy to study 5 subjects. 4. I have to wash clothes in the washing

    asked on October 28, 2014
  59. English

    1. Change the numbers into the Arabic numerals. 2. Change the numerals into the Arabic numerals. 3. Write the Arabic numbers in English. (Are they all grammatical?)

    asked on June 23, 2010
  60. English

    1. The problem is so difficult that I cannot solve it. 2. The problem is too difficult for me to solve. 3. It is too difficult for me to solve the problem. (Are the three sentences the same? Do they come from the same structure? Can we omit 'that' in

    asked on May 3, 2010
  61. English

    1. If it rains tomorrow, I will not start. 2. If it should rain tomorrow, I will not start. 3. If it rained tomorrow, I would not start. 4. If it rained yesterday, he didn't go to work. ------------ Are they all grammatical? Which ones are not grammatical?

    asked on November 30, 2014
  62. English

    1. My father reads the newspaper every day. (What does it mean? 2. My father reads the same newspaper everyday. 3. My father reads a newspaper every day. Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Is 'the newspaper' the generic term? )

    asked on May 28, 2010
  63. Social Studies

    Question: How do yo pronounce the "Tankadere", the name of a ship in the novel "Around the World in Englty Days?

    asked on October 7, 2014
  64. English

    Do you mind if I open the window? 1. No way! 2. Not in a million years. 3. Not at all. 4. Abosolutely not. (Ae all the answers correct? Why do you use the #2 answer? Would you explain it in detail?)

    asked on May 6, 2010
  65. English

    1. He let me go there. 2. I was let to go there by him. 3. I was allowerd to go there by him. 4. I was permitted to go there by him. (Is #2 the passive of #1? #2 is wrong, right? Are #3 and #4 the passive forms of #1?) 5. He had me eat brown rice. 6. I was

    asked on April 15, 2016
  66. English

    We have a very beautiful place called Central Park. Many tourists visit this park. We also have a traditional village full of ancient facilities. 1. I recommend them to visit the village. 2. I suggest that they should visit the village. 3. I suggest to

    asked on June 1, 2016
  67. English

    1. She is the principal of our school. 2. She is the principal whom I met before. 3. She is the only principal of our school. 4. She is the only principal whom I met before. [#1 means #3, right? What about #2? #2 doesn't seem to be #4, does it?] 5. He is

    asked on March 17, 2018
  68. English

    1. I will finish it by tomorrow evening. 2. I will have finished it by tomorrow evening. ---------------- Which one is grammatical?

    asked on July 15, 2014
  69. 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

    asked on November 10, 2016
  70. English

    1. Reading this poem, I can picture the speaker, who has so much to say. 2. When I read this poem, I can picture the speaker,and he has so much to say. 3. While I read this poem, I can picture the speaker,and he has so much to say. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?

    asked on November 6, 2013
  71. English

    1. My hobby is chatting in a chat room. 2. My hobby is chatting in chat rooms. ------------------------------ Which one is the better of the two? Do we have to use a singuglar form or a plural form? 3. My favorite food is noodle. 4. My favorite food is

    asked on April 12, 2017
  72. English

    1. She lives there by herself. 2. She lives there by her. [Wich one is correct, #1 or #2?] 3. She has no money with herself. 4. She has no money with her. [Wich one is correct, #3 or #4?]

    asked on June 27, 2018
  73. English

    1. I like pears. - Me, too. - Me too. - I like pears, too. 2. I don't like pears. - Me, neither. - Me neither. - I don't like pears, either. ================= Are the answers all grammatical? Do you have some more common answers? Do we have to put commas

    asked on November 26, 2015
  74. English

    1. He won the first prize in the speech contest. 2. He won first prize in the speech contest. 3. He got the first prize in the speech contest. 4. He got first prize in the speech contest. ================== Are all the expressions grammatical? Do we have

    asked on March 6, 2016
  75. English

    What is the difference between 'scarf' and 'muffler'?

    asked on May 5, 2015
  76. English

    posted by rfvv yesterday at 7:25am. The dietitian says, "This is the school cafeteria." What does the school cafeterian mean? 1. This is the (only) school cafeterian of our school. 2. This is the specific school cafeterian of our school. [What does "This

    asked on March 18, 2018
  77. English

    Formative Test Now, let's check how well you can use the expressions you've learned. I will distribute handouts. You have to solve the problems. You will have 5 minutes. Are you finished? Then, I'll write down the answers. Look at the answers on the

    asked on October 19, 2014
  78. English

    1. I am a freshman in high school. 2. I am a freshman of high school. (Which preposition should we use? Are both OK?) 3. There'll be a parade on the anniversary day. (How do you pronounce "There'll"?) 4. We'll choose between upper secondary school and

    asked on March 8, 2011
  79. English

    Some people claim that television is the root of all evil, while others think of television as a best friend. Some blame the television for society's violence, consumerism, and misinformation, while others see it as a rich resource for education and global

    asked on January 30, 2017
  80. English

    1. I like swimming in the river. 2. I like to swim in the river. ------------------------------ Are both the same in meaning? 3. I like swimming in the river. 4. I like to swim in the river now. (#3 means 'generally I like swimming in the river.' #4 means

    asked on May 24, 2017
  81. English

    1. Don't play computer games too much. 2. Don't play too many computer games. 3. Don't play too much computer games. 4. Don't play a lot of computer games. 5. Don't play smart phone games too often. 6. Don't play too many smart phone games. 7. Don't play

    asked on June 6, 2016
  82. English

    1. When I arrived at the station, the train had alrready left. 2. When I arrived at the station, he had been waiting for me for half an hour. 3. When I arrived at the station, he had waited for me for half an hour. (Are they all grammatical? Which

    asked on June 13, 2011
  83. English

    1. Where is the bathroom? 2. Where is the restroom? -------------------------------------------------- We use 'bathroom' at home. We use 'restroom' in public places such as departments, schools or hospitals, etc. Do you use 'bathroom' frequently in public

    asked on July 12, 2018
  84. English

    1. Lunch is on me. 2. What do you mean by "lunch is on me"? 3. I mean I will pay for the lunch. 4. Thanks a lot. I really enjoyed the lunch. Then ice cream is on me. ------------------------ In #3, why is 'the lunch' used? In #4, 'the lunch' is used. Why

    asked on March 22, 2017
  85. English

    1. He wants to be a famous cartoonist because he likes drawing cartoons. 2. He wants to be a famous professor because he likes teaching others and he likes learning from books. 3. He wants to be an architect because he likes drawing buildings. 4. He wants

    asked on November 30, 2012
  86. English

    1. What do you do? - I am a student. 2. What does your father do? - He is an architect. 3. What does your mother do? - She is an accountant. 4. What do you want to be in the future? - I want to be a pharmacist. 5. Why do you want to be a pharmacist? - I

    asked on October 23, 2012
  87. English

    1. This is the house where he lives. 2. This is the house in which he lives. 3. This is the house that/which he lives in. 4. This is the house that he lives. 5. This is the house he lives. 6. This is the house he lives in. ============== Among the 6

    asked on December 29, 2015
  88. English

    1. He is a social science teacher. 2. He is !@#$%^& teacher. 3. She is a home economics teacher. 4. She is a HE teacher. 5. She is a technical arts and homemaking teacher. 6. She is a TAH teacher. 7. She is a healthe education teacher. 8. She is a HE

    asked on February 23, 2016
  89. English

    What did you have for breakfast this morning? 1. I had a bowl of cereal. 2. I had cereal with milk. 3. I had rice and some side dishes. 4. I had boiled rice and kimch brown seaweed broth. 5. I had bread and butter. 6. I had cereals, bread and milk. 7. I

    asked on December 1, 2018
  90. English

    1. What are you going to do for your winter vacation? 2. I'm planning to go on a trip to Thailand with my family. 3. What are you going to do on your winter vacation? 4. What are you going to do during your winter vacation?

    asked on September 17, 2017
  91. English

    Homework Help: English Posted by rfvv on Monday, March 7, 2016 at 2:25am. 1. The first class was with my homeroom teacher, Mr. Jang. 2.The first class was my homeroom teacher, Mr. Jang's class. 3. The first class was my homeroom teacher, Mr. Jang's one. 4.

    asked on March 7, 2016
  92. English

    1. I prefer to go there by bus. 2. I prefer going there by bus. 3. I prefer going there to staying at home. 4. I prefer to go there to stay at home. 5. I prefer to go there rather than to stay at home. 6. I prefer to go there rather than stay at home. 7. I

    asked on May 17, 2014
  93. English

    1. He is sitting in an armchair [which has armrests]. 2. He is sitting on an armchair [which has armrests]. [Can we use both 'in' and 'on' in the sentences?] 3. She is sitting on a stool. 4. She is sitting in a stool. [Can we use 'in' in this sentence? We

    asked on April 15, 2018
  94. English

    1. He is an uncle on my mother's side. 2. He is my maternal uncle. [Can we use both expressions? Are both okay and the same? Which one is commonly used?] 3. He is an uncle on my father's side. 4. He is my paternal uncle. [Can we use both expressions? Are

    asked on March 2, 2018
  95. 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.

    asked on September 12, 2017
  96. 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

    asked on June 12, 2017
  97. English

    1. To get the place, go out of the school gate. Turn left. Then go straight for 300 meters. It is on your right between City Bank and the bakery. 2. To get the place, go out of the school gate. Turn left. Then go straight for 5 minmutes. It is on your

    asked on June 13, 2013
  98. English

    Homework Help Forum: English Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at 11:13pm. e.g. Can you repeat what he said? 1. Can you repeat the thing which he said? (what =relative pronoun) 2. Can you repeat___? + What did he say? (what=interrogative pronoun)

    asked on March 30, 2011
  99. English

    1. I am busy studying for the mid-term exam. 2. I am busy studying for the midterm exam. 3. I am busy studying for the mid-term exams. 4. I am busy studying for the mid-term exams. (Here in our country, During the period of the mid-term exam(s), students

    asked on June 16, 2014
  100. English

    1. You can link the website address on your website. 2. I will paste the link on the messanger, and will send you the address. (Are the sentences above grammatical? Would you check them? Thank you.)

    asked on November 29, 2011