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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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Could you please check which of the following sentences sounds natural? 1) Payments are available during the business hours. 2) Payments can be made during the business hours.
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Could you please check if the following sounds natural? There are so many people living in Tokyo who have never been to Tokyo Tower. I wonder how many people there are living in New York who have never been to the Statue of Liberty.
 
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is my grammar correct? "i want to cry out loud, i want to burst my feelings out."
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Hi teachers, Which one of the below is the correct answer? My brother.............................. in dinosaurs since he was three years old. a-has interested b-has been interested Do we need a passive structure here? Then why? Thank you.
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I request we will have a meeting tomorrow at the same time to discuss more about this. Please ensure you deliver us exactly the same model we requested in the previous email. Otherwise, we will return it. Last time, you sent us wrong items which got wasted and could not use it. Please correct the sentences.
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Hello! Could someone explain the difference between "until" and "by the time" to me in the following example? I hadn't realised how important my career was to me ..... I retired. a. until b. by the time Although I opted for a, which is the correct answer according to my grammar book, I cannot see why b is incorrect. Is there a difference in meaning between these two words or in their use?
 
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He was summoned/summonsed to court. Which word should I use? Thanks.
 
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You were not available online as well as on the phone.
 
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Hi, Did I write correct question to the answer? -How long does it sleep a day? Answer: 12-14 hours. Thank you a lot!
 
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You are as slim as him Is it possible to say: You are slim as him Thanks
 
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Hi I hope these articles will prompt you to start learning how to ... --- Is it a correct usage of the word "prompt"?
 
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I will be looking forward to meet you I am looking forward to meeting you?
 
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Would it be in "prevent" or "prevents" in "it is essential that an experiment prevent extraneous variables from becoming confounding variables"
 
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Hi I wonder if the following is correct: 1.Rarely does anybody use that thing these days. 2.Rarely anybody uses that thing these days. I accidentally said the second sentence in a conversation and then I remembered inversion... Thanks!
 
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An estimated 3 million people were very noisy. I found that phrase by accident and was surprised at the plural be verb. Note the article an. Is an estimated plural nouns should have a plural verb as a rule?
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While Bareris and his band were returning to southern Thay, they encountered an enormous abomination created by the Spellplague that was attacking a contingent of soldiers of Tyraturos. Bareris, Tammith, and their comrades immediately assailed the formidable creature and eventually managed to destroy it.
 
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Hi, experts! "The best you can do is make a decision..." Should it be "make" or "to make" here? I once read somewhere it's fine either way. This is what I just found and it's only "choose" here. “Welcome to the human race. Nobody controls his own life, Ender. The best you can do is choose to be controlled by good people, by people who love you.” ―Orson Scott Card
 
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Recent missions in the moon's orbit have revealed evidence of water and other interesting substances on the moon, explained Jason Crusan, director of NASA's advanced exploration systems. "But to understand the extent and accessibility of these resources, we need to reach the surface and explore up close ." Source: "NASA bets on private companies to exploit moon's resources", AFP. Could you explain the meaning and grammar of "explore up close" here? I think it means "to look closely". BTW, how would you parse the phrase? explore: verb up: adverb close: adverb Is this right? Thanks....
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What does "I'll be missing you" mean? Does it mean the same thing as "I'll miss you"?
 
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The teacher was disappointed ___ her students. a. by b. about c. in
 
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Identify the one illogical comparison among the following examples. 1. Our art teacher has won more awards than any of our teachers. 2. We prefer art class over our other elective classes. 3. I prefer painting on wood to any other art medium. 4. Ms. Rios, my art teacher, is more strict than any of my other teachers.
 
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This book I must have for my report. What is the simple subject? 1. book 2. my 3. I 4. report
 
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Is this correct English, "I have taken a debt of twenty five thousand dollars from him"
 
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Dear All, Here are two sentences that seem to be very very similar. Would you please be so kind and tell me: a) If the meaning is 100% the same? b) Is the emphasis placed on different parts of these sentences? c) Which one would you use? Do you have a preference for one or the other? d) Do both of them imply the same thing? 1) To think that developing countries can work hard to protect the environment is too simplistic. 2) It is too simplistic to think that developing countries can work hard to protect the environment. Thanks PS. On a different note, in my humble opinion, it'd be much better to use to assume rather than to think and can handle the problem of protecting the environment rather than can work together. ...
 
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Can i say: Once it is ready, Kindly share me the travel itinerary and the hotel reservations ??
 
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