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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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I had a recent discussion with my friend who listens to Death Metal. He was on about a T-shirt with "Slaver" written on it; meaning, Slaver as a slave master. I thought that it sounds weird and I had never heard "slaver" before. I thought it'd be "slave-master," or perhaps to have something to do with "enslave/ -r." But after looking online, it obviously exists, but it mainly refers to saliva. What's the deal with that?
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Is it clear that the 'their' refers to the companions? The companions learned that the ancient elves had raised their secret citadel high in the Novularond Mountains in the midst of the Great Glacier, and they immediately set out on the journey to the arctic lands.
 
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How can I say that no inconvenience has been caused when some one writes to you: sorry for the inconvience. I want to say aomething like it is not a problem or no inconvenience has been caused. Please give me suggestions.
 
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Hi, Quite a bit of confusion here: I don't feel comfortable about taking this pill. I don't feel comfortable with taking this pill. I don't feel comfortable taking this pill. I'm not comfortable with taking this pill I'm not comfortable about taking this pill. I'm not comfortable taking this pill. Are all of these correct? Do they mean the same? I have a feeling they don't. Thanks!
 
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is this correct 'why the staring at me' ?
 
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The WebEx training is a short 15 minute or short 15 minutes?
 
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What is the correct form is/are? In An example of this is/are the two types of...
 
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You can set your goal as you want, but it is a different issue whether you can achieve it. 1. Would you check whether the above sentence is correct? 2. Could I replace the underlined 'issue' with 'problem?' Thank you.
 
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"What's going on here?Who are".The man fell on the gorund,his words were interrupted by the heavy blow to his head. Hey guys I'have to write an ending of a story and I want to say that the man couldn't finish his sentence because he was hit and fell but I don't know how to put it.
 
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An example of temporal isolation is/are the two tree species that grow on the Monterey peninsula in California. Whats the correct form is or are?
 
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Should I add a comma after 'magic'? Zethrindor understood that his spell of annihilation had destroyed the citadel’s magic and decided to complete the conquest of Sossal in order to establish himself as the first of the new dragon kings
 
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I read this in a book and I was wondering if there should be a comma around already? It just sounds better to me for some reason. Or should it be "already possessing"? "Instead we show up possessing already a highly refined and individuated soul"
 
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do you say: you spoilt me or you spoiled me?
 
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bit confuse here, please help : "If you are drinking cola or pepsi, you will find (its / their) toxicity in (it / them)."
 
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How would you phrase this sentence? If you want to make your dream (become) a reality, you have to do everything on your power to make that happen. Thanks
 
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please tell me these sentences are correct or not. it was a dangerous situation but I wasn't afraid
 
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Hi everyone, I am interested in finding out if the sentence is correct and if I am correct in my analysis. If not, I would like to know where I went wrong. Here is the sentence: Once I have completed implementing the changes, I will contact you, and we will schedule a remote session for you to see the finished product. I have broken it down below: Dependent clause: Once I have completed implementing the changes Independent clause: I will contact you. Coordinating conjunction: , and Independent clause: We will schedule a remote session for you to see the finished product. Complex sentence: Once I have completed implementing the changes, I will contact you. Compound sentence: I will contact you, and we will schedule a remote session for you to see the finished product. Compound Complex sentence: Once I have completed implementing the changes, I will contact you, and we will schedule a remote session for you to see the finished product. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Broken down more granular: Once I have completed implementing the changes, I will contact you, and we will schedule a remote session for you to see the finished product. Subordinating conjunction: Once Subject: I Verb: have completed Direct Object: changes Participle phrase: implementing the changes Participle: implementing Article: the Object: changes Subject: I Verb: will contact Direct Object: you Coordinating conjunction: , and Subject: we Verb: will schedule Article: a Adjective: remote Direct Object: session Prepositional phrase: for you Preposition: for Object: you Infinitive phrase: to see the finished product. Infinitive verb: to see Article: the Adjective: finished Object: product
 
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You Alone Can Enjoy an Eggplant Sandwich Although she is used to irregular work schedule, but in recent few months, she has been stuck inside home. Like a bear in winter, she stayed home and only left when she needed food. Meanwhile she had to finish her work she had put aside, so she had a lot of work to do this weekend. She was sleeping on the side of her blanket with books and snacks on, crouching and frowning her face. She slowly opened her eyes. She was like that for some time, then she rose and went to the kitchen, drank some warm water and opened the curtain. She then frowned and closed it because the sunshine was too bright. A moment light was covered by dark again, and dust was drifting through the air. She couldn’t help it so she opened the curtain and window wide. Then she went to the sink, brushed her eyes with some water, tied her hair, and then swing opened the small refrigerator. There weren’t many ingredients. Only frozen bread, dry eggplant, cherry tomatoes, and cheese with fungus. She unfrozen the bread and started to cut off the fungus from cheese carefully. Eggplant Sandwich Recipe Ingredients: 1 ciabatta bread, 1/2 eggplant (2 big spoon olive oil, small amount of salt, pepper), 1 big spoon mayonnaise, 2 small spoon of whole grain mustard, 1 cube of gruyere cheese, 4 cherry tomatoes. 1. Slice the ciabatta bread into half and bake them in a dry pan. (Tip: Oven is also fine and if you want some flavor you may add butter and bake) 2. Put 1 big spoon of olive oil in the pan, and bake the eggplant with salt and pepper. Put left olive oil then turn eggplant over until finish baking. (Tip: Eggplant will absorb oil as much as there are and it will get soft and delicious as it absorb.) 3. Spread mayonnaise and whole grain mustard on the baked ciabatta bread. (Tip: You may add ketchup to your appetite.) 4. Put baked eggplant, gruyere cheese, bake eggplant, tomatoes in order. (Tip: If you do not have gruyere cheese, change it different one) (Tip: You can replace eggplant to pine mushroom. In this case, bake with butter and it will add more flavor.) (Tip: If you put some sliced apple, it will do good.) It was yummy considering it was an improvised sandwich, although the bread was tough because it was old. She made strong apple tea and enjoyed the graceful atmosphere. It has been for a while. She bite sandwich for a long time. For someone who likes meat, it would be rather unappealing, but for her, she liked it. From outside, she could hear the dairy selling truck sound. She closed the window and played classical music, then enjoyed all her meal on the table. It has been long since she enjoyed eating alone. -------------------------- To practice, I translated an article into English, and I am sure it needs many corrections. Thank you everyone.
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Hi I hope someone can explain the use of hasn't and haven't more detailed? Perhaps give me some examples on when to use or not use them. Thanks
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I came across an example and was wondering if I can change the place of the adverb, which sounds better to me. This is the sentence: he likes to knead the dough slowly. And here is the change I am thing of: he likes to slowly knead the dough. Another example: we need to immediately contact him to schedule an appointment vs we need to contact him immediately to schedule an appointment. Please advise.
 
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freedom in pakistan
 
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First part is in the present, and the second clause in the past perfect. Is that correct though? If I have to wait more than 10 minutes for the bus, I would have been better off taking the subway. If I have to wait more than 10 minutes for the bus, I would rather have taken the subway. Thank you
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a) This was a new start, a second chance. Although I had died, in reality it felt like I had just been born, again. b) This was a new start, a second chance. Although I had died, in reality, it felt like I had just been born, again. c) This was a new start, a second chance. Although I had died, in reality it felt like I had just been born again. Which is the best structured sentence?
 
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'She's not what you make her out to be' Does this mean 'she's not what you make her sound like'?
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hi can anyone help me write a letter to a priest of saint joseph by the sea High school would like to send my daughter to this school in sept she did not pass tachs test she had tonsil and adenoid remove 5 days before test i feel she shouldnt be judged by this test please help thank you dee
 
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