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There are so many anonymous posts lately! It's much more interesting for the volunteers to answer posts from people with names. Please register and pick a screen name, especially if you are going to ask several questions. Thank you! Click here to register
 
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passive form of must
 
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The bulk of local taxes come from school costs, and while they may sharpen their pencil to hold down expenses, a four or five percent increase in six or [link] What's the meaning of sharpen their pencil? I heard pentagon official use it figuratively. Thanks. ...
 
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What is the tense form for the following sentence: "The equipment is being use by the people". Thank you
 
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If you board the plane with your friend, look around and say: I have worked here for 5 years, good days...( while you regret), and the context is that you and your friend are going on a trip to somewhere, and you used to work for the same airline you are traveling with, and now u remember that, is that possible to use present perfect? in this case the action is not continuing, but the connection to present is that you can remember it
 
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I "wonder why"they did that and I "wonder how"they did that,,, which of them is correct?
 
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Is it possible to say the following sentences when describing rules of hotels. 1)Please read the following information for your comfortable stay. 2)Please read the following information to ensure your comfortable stay.
By moguwai007  
 
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Hello everyone, could you give an explanation please, between " their " and " them "? For example: 1) Their house is very beautiful. (Can I say that?) 2) I saw a juicy apples. Than I ate them . (Can I say that?) Can I say that or I made mistakes? Kind regards.
By DanilVorpar  
 
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When the Clock struck six I ___ here for an hour. a) had waited b) had been waiting c) shall have waited Answer is (b) Can't we use 'had waited' here?I know ' had been waiting' means he is still waiting here but ' had waited' also means the same. Please enlighten me.
By NakoolNakool  
 
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This is about when I'm not willing to join an online community that a friend recommends. Please check my paragraph. That sounds fun. They don't seem to have something that I want more or should learn now, though. My native English speaking friends rarely point out my mistakes in English in a conversation, which doesn't mean that I blame them, but I already have them who I enjoy talking to. I hope you understand this. Thank you.
 
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Is it correct to say " I recently graduated from the University of X with a degree in commerce majoring in accounting and finance, and am aiming to achieve CA qualification in the near future"
 
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People hardly use ''Bear'' in these sentences although its right but does using it sound weird,like, ''I cant bear this hot weather, ''people stood their bearing the heat''? Are these ok?
 
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Is it possible to say 1F, 2F, 3F for 1st floor, 2nd floor,3rd floor?
 
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Which version is correct? And why? THANKS IN ADVANCE(
 
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When we say: "She's worked for this airline for a month." If I am not mistaken, she might or might not still be working for the airline in different contexts, but when we say since last month, she is still working there, am I right?
 
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How would an AT&T representative say the following sentence? 1) We have 3 different plans based on/depending on your use needs. Mobile plans Offer 1 : 300 minutes Offer 2 : 600 minutes Offer 3 : Unlimited talk and text Thanks
By Anonymous  
 
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Make your subscribers to recognize you
 
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What is the difference between "We live in the same world" and "We are living in the same world" ?
By OlgaaaM Ziad  
 
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Can I say "I climb up the bus"? Thanks.
 
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Which is correct if any? Does the sentence make sense? He punched a police officer. The punch had better have been worth the sentence. He punched a police officer. The sentence had better have been worth the punch. The food is worth the drive. The drive is worth the food. Thanks
 
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"Thank you for having me be a part of Easter this year." Is that correct? I am currently living with my hostfamily and I just want to say thank you on an Easter card.
 
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After the discovery of the small pox vaccine, there ___ no cases of the disease in India. a) are b) have been Answer is (b) Can't we use 'are' here? Please assist.
 
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How to use would've without conditional in a sentence. I really have no idea to show any sentences. Please help.
 
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(I am in school ) AND( i am at school) CAN you help me by give me the difference
 
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According to the Planning Commission estimates, by the year 2000, India ____ become self- sufficient in petroleum products. a) will have b) shall have c) would have d) should have Answer is (a). As per my understanding, the answer should be 'would have' because we are talking about the past. please advise.
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1. If there's a building with boys and girls living on alternate floors, then can we say?: -The third floor is a boy's floor/a boys' floor. -Boy's floors/Boys' floors are odd numbers. 2. If yes, can we say this?: -I like watching these/those Decaprio's movie. drawing an analogy from the adjective BOY'S/BOYS'. Thank you. OJ.
 
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