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1. He is not allowed to go out at night by his parents.2. He is not allowed to go out by his parents at night.3. He is not allowed by his parents to go out at night.Please correct the sentences. I'd like to know whether they are the same meaning. ...
 
Anonymous 1. He is not allowed to go out at...
They are all somewhat unnatural sentences, but they have the same meaning, and if I had to choose, I'd choose 3.
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now my topic is garbage reduction how will I start it
 Start with your thesis (main point) about the topic.
eg
We need to throw away a lot more good things so the garbage pickers can earn more money and they can send their kids to school.
 
Anonymoushow will I start it How should I start it?
Tell a short anecdote about the undesirability and/or danger of too much garbage.
CJ
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Hello, When someone replies, with smth like, "I'm a violent person, bah! How did you come up with that?" How do you call that the man did, taunted, jibed, jeered, or what? The case when the matter is found as absurd, and / or ridiculous, but not used ...
 Hi Clive
I think I agree now. If it was just:
- Yeah, I'm a violent man
... in an appropriate tone of voice, it would be sarcastic. But I can see how the 'bah!' undermines it
Best regards, Dave Emotion: smile
 
Zenith667How did you come up with that?"
How What do you call that the man did,...
ridiculed the idea, dismissed it, scoffed at it, laughed at it, pooh-poohed it
CJ ...
 
Zenith667So, when using direct speech (someone..."I'm a violent person!" he taunted, then continued, "How did...
The part in boldface would very likely be said as an MMS (Mad Magazine Sentence), as it is called in linguistic circles — or more formally, an "incredulity response".
What, me a violent person?
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I wonder if one could call a group of impartial people "impartials".
 
AnonymousI wonder if one could call a group of...
That is most unlikely. It would be better not to use it. It sounds like a newly made-up word.
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In the Europe Champions League Cup two teams are in the final game. The turbines are full of football lovers. Two teams starts the game and they are holding a football match. The match ends and one team become champion. The members of the ...
 
hhttThe turbines are full of football lovers.
These men are inspecting a turbine.
 
hhttwould you like to explain how "crowd...
Right.
hhttturbines
What do you mean by that word? To me, it is a big machine that generates electrical power. ...
 In the European Champions League Cup two teams are in (get ready for) the final game. The stadium / arena is turbines are full of football fans lovers. The two teams start the game and they are holding a football match. Each team plays their best. The mat ...
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