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1. She's proficient in two languages. 2. She's good at two languages. Is there any difference in meaning between them? Which one is better? Thank you.
 They mean the same.
2 is better if you think your reader/listener won't understand a long word like 'proficient'.
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this message when i send any post come to me ( This post will not be visible until approved by a moderator. ) why ?
 Hello alieid1998 and welcome to the forums.
Have you verified your email address?
That should solve the problem.
  yes i did
 Is everything okay now?
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Does 'give credit for' go with 'being better'? Would a native speaker say this is natural? The team is better than people give them credit for. Thank you
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Is it right, "everyday I drive back and forth between home and work?
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fivejedjon: Have you though of looking it up in...
tostyle un I m a 22 year old girl.
That's interesting.
When I was twenty-two, I lived in a culture in which the concern of young people was to show respect for older people, not demand it of them. How times have changed. ...
 I agree I have astrayed, sir but I am working on it and respect is something you can't demand from others it should come from within us.
You are a pretty nice guy and what do you do for a living,sir?
tostyle unI agree I have astrayed,
'Astray' does not exist as a verb. You can say 'I have gone astray' or 'I have strayed from the path', but these have a rather religious feel about them, as has 'I have erred'. Natural possibilities include 'I was wrong' or 'I made a mistake', ...
Anonymous asked a question.
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