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is this sentence correct: i want pass my math assignment on to you to do it for me?
 
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How would a you form this sentence correctly? She always sneezes in 2s. She will never do just on sneeze. She always does 2 sneezes. Thanks
 
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Does "I have written at length" mean "I have written at careful details"? Context: In The Understanding of the Brain (1973), Eccles summarizes his philosophy: "Now before discussing brain function in detail I will at the beginning give an account of my philosophical position on the so-called 'brain-mind problem' so that you will be able to relate the experimental evidence to this philosophical position. I have written at length on this philosophy in my book Facing Reality . In Fig. 6-1 you will be able to see that I fully accept the recent philosophical achievements of Sir Karl Popper with his concept of three worlds. I was a dualist, now I am a trialist! Cartesian dualism has become unfashionable with many people. They embrace monism in order to escape the enigma of brain-mind interaction with its perplexing problems. But Sir Karl Popper and I are interactionists, and what is more, trialist interactionists ! The three worlds are very easily defined. I believe that in the classification of Fig. 6-1 there is nothing left out. It takes care of everything that is in existence and in our experience. All can be classified in one or other of the categories enumerated under Worlds 1, 2 and 3.
 
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Regarding your document, I think, the above date on certificate was not correct which you indicated the year 2013 on it but the fishing period is 2014. What is the above date mean? (Is it issued date?) By the way, the date of item 10 on Packing list should not different the date on Invoice. Please note that the MCC Line informed me yesterday, the vessel's schedule has been changed from this 18th to 24th.
 
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Does "that preceded it" mean "that preceded (existed earlier in time than) the United Kingdom"? Context: Religion in the United Kingdom and in the countries that preceded it has been dominated, for over 1,400 years, by various forms of Christianity. According to the national census, a majority of citizens identify as Christians, although regular church attendance has fallen dramatically since the middle of the twentieth century, and immigration and demographic change have contributed to the growth of other faiths....
 
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Is there a difference between these two phrases? "This got to be the worst movie ever" "This has got to be the worst movie ever"
 
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meaning or definition of plurals not ending in s
 
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Could you tell me differences between "He played a trick on her" and "He played a joke on her"? Or they're the same in meaning?
 
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Who of you guys don't enunciate the t sound? On an accent reduction course, they said that americans don't enunciate the t sound when it precede with an n. Because of this, I closely paid attention to english native speaker, and it has come to my attention that most, if not all, english native speaker, including american native speakers, do pronounce the t sounds.
 
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Are these sentences correct: 1-He rented out the apartment, which it was in his interest to do. 2-He rented out the apartment, which it was his right to do. Gratefully, Navi.
 
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I'm Korean, and I have never been to nations spoken English; Please, keep in mind this. Below, several sentences are the ones I found in a college student's report and other documents, and in these sentences, 'at all' was used as 'Negative Polarity Item'. 1. Khun questioned whether the concept of objective truth actually makes sense at all. (in Indirect question ??) 2. The only reason I get out of bed at all on weekend is because .... 3. Use one statement at all. / You have one at all. 4. He was surprised she came at all. 5. You can come whenever you like - any time at all. 6. Most Catholics who went to mass at all voted for Kennedy. 7. If a thing is worth doing at all, it is worth doing well. This is the account of 'at all' in affirmative sentences of a supervisor in a online dictionary site. 8. This cell phone can be used anywhere at all . (=absolutely anywhere) http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/how-to-use-at-all --- a source of this sentence It is certain that In above sentences, 'at all' have quite different meaning in each sentence. How do I have to understand each sentence. In advance, Thank you for help.
 
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It's difficult me to arrange an appointment for you this suddenly before you go abroad. Almost already booked the week! Always girls judge people correctly than boys judgements!
 
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Write a dialogue involving an argument. Use exclamation marks when necessary. You knew I wanted that!’ Tom cried, rising from the chair. Mike was surprised with his behavior. ‘I think you forget one thing!’ It was my choice to buy Samsung mobile instead of Nokia, he speaks politely. ‘But I don’t care!’ Tom shouted, I am your elder brother so it’s my right to do whatever I want. ‘you can exchange your Nokia mobile with Samsung within two days!’ As our dealer tell us. Mike suggested him. ‘I forget that!’ Tom was calm now. ‘Samsung has latest features!’ Tom was agreed with Mike. ‘it’s better to return it now!’ Mike suggested.
 
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Something awful that can't be seen in daylight.... Does anyone have a clue?
 
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In what situation can we use "its sucks" ? Is this correct : "I eat better food than this animal, its sucks" ?
 
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What exacly does it mean? 1) starts moving or 2) stop moving Thank you!
 
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Please re-write the story and publish it.
 
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I think I need some cash to pay off my debt. I think we must help everyone. What is the bolded called?
 
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Hi everyone. My name is Alex and i'm new on this forum. I have a question for you. What's the difference between: We don't have to go and we don't need to go. Also the difference between we needn't have gone and didn't need to go. Thank you.
 
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i saw him -----------from the bridge a)fell b)fall c)fallen d)to fall