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|Cool Breeze There are two sentences. The first sentence is fine. You need to remove the "I" from the second sentence.|
Hi Please tell me if the tenses have been used correctly in the context. Eric and Ilsa are brother and sister. They (grow) grew (1) up together in the city that used to be known as West Berlin, in the former West Germany. Eric (move) had moved/moved (2) to ... Mr. Tom
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|Clive a stupor usually implies some moral or undesirable lapse, eg a drunken stupor.|
I'd usually just say eg I was still half-asleep.
|Mr. Tom Thanks, Clive.|
Would the phrase "wake up half-asleep" work in English?
I woke up half-asleep and couldn't recall whether it was a working day or a holiday.
What is the bar called where you have the play button fast forward,rewind on a program that reads video files on your computer such as Media player, VLC, Quicktime player? Is it a tool bar, loading bar or something else? How would you have phrased ...
|meteorquake Perhaps you could call it the Control Bar.|
Others might I imagine call it the Playback Controls, Playback Bar. Possibly other possibilities
|Avangi I haven't personally heard it in conversation in years.|
Mr. Tomtoo old-fashioned?Yes. Too old-fashioned.
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