• I would be grateful if anyone could shed light on the usage of "between" and "among". First, I'll report two views on the matter. 1) In school I was taught that you use "between" for two elements and"among" for more than two elements. That's it. ...
  • I have heard that learning 'Latin' will help improve ones English grammar and widen ones vocabulary. Is this true? I can't see Latin being that useful in this day in age, but I'm not an expert. How exactly will learning Latin help to improve ...
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    Hello everybody, I will be most thankful and will appreciate very much, if one of you could help me in correcting the below exchanges and advice to the Tasks below; Please note, I will be grateful to receive corrected versions in simple termes ...
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    Hello everyone!! I'd like to ask you what is the difference between would be and would have been? Eg: It would be better if..... It would have been better if..... What is the rule how to use each of those expressions? Thank you very much for ...
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    Hello. Can you help me with this? Are they all correct? 1) On Saturdays I always go to her house and we spend all the day there.(PLACE+TIME) Is grammatically correct to say "all the day"? 2) All the weekends I go shopping. I would correct it "I go ...
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    Questions about and 1)The robber has taken all valuable things away from his house and (has) run way from/against being arrested by police. Should I put has after the word and ?My teacher says after the word and,it means that is another beginning ...
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    HI,everyone I‘m confusing a bit about the use of "i always doing" and “always do” . The questions as shown below, If i say 'I'm always doing something',that means different meaning. For example: I've lost my key again. I'm always losing things. 'I'm ...
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    Scientists are puzzled as to why the pyramids were built. I'm baffled as to why he hasn't answered. I am not so familiar with the expression 'as to why' , but does the sentence keep its meaning if I write only 'why' instead 'as to why'? Thank you!
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    Hi I'm reading a book and the phrase, "someone loves it here" comes up often in the book. Would you explain a bit how I should read it? (btw the book is about a guy working at a hotel) 1) The girls have been coming for years now. They love it here. (my gue ...
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    I know the meaning of 'lightening struck' But sometimes its used as an expression in a sentences.. Iwould like to know what type of expression does it conveys. 'The lightening struck 2years back. [to say if one was married 2yrs back] pls suggest
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