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Why Be Anonymous?

Time Is Both The Most Familiar And The...

My question is : Time is both the most familiar and the most elusive of concepts= Time is one of the most familiar and the most elusive concepts? Or can I say : Time is both...

Phenomenon Or Phenomena?

" To measure time, we must select some other phenomenon which we can manipulate and which recurs in identical fashion." My question is that 'some' and ' phenomenon' are incompatible...

Puncuation?

How would you puncutate? The first episode was two weeks ago and presented as a left sided numbness that felt like Novocain and developed into a left arm numbness.

Correct Sentence?

which one of the following is correc?please explain. "this issue was of such importance that we could not ignore to neglect it" "this issue was of such an importance that we...

Mewing?

mewing = ? Context: Mrs Norris came trotting at his heels, gazing up at the owls overhead and mewing hungrily. CHARMIAN Hath he seen majesty? For some reason, I seem to do...

1St Msg?

Helloo..every body..are Uyou really helpful people?...Well I'm new to this site..i like to know more,so we can cooperate as teams . tonight I was visiting an elementary school...

To Win Or To Get Candies?

What is the difference in these 2 sentences: 1- Paul won some candies from his school. 2- Paul got some candies from his school.

Take On Or Employ?

1] The company has decided to employ five extra employees to handle their increased workload. 2] The company has decided to take on five extra employees to handle their increased...

Take Up Or Take In?

1] The trousers I bought were too long so I was forced to take it up. 2] The trousers I bought were too long so I was forced to take in. I know it would be correct to say either...

A Lot Of Drunks?

I met a lot of drunks last night. They were celebrating Walpurigis night. Would you say ' a lot of drunks' in this context? Of course a lot of drunkard people is fine. Your...

Please Help?

Hi, i cant seem to understand the usage between 'being' and 'be'. For example: As a child i was always 'being' the naughtiest one at school, or, As a child i was always 'be' the...

Responsible Criticism In Private?

responsible criticism in private Does the above mean: 1) The one who made the criticism in private doesn't want to bear responsibilities for what he has said in...

A Seemingly Unwanted Word?

"As my own studies have advanced, I have been increasingly impressed with the functional similarities between insect and vertebrate societies and less so with the structural...

Why Present Perfect?

The task is to complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. The thief ran right past you so I'm sure you saw his...

The Use Of 'For' And 'Of'?

Hi, I read this advertisement it says, "Accumulating for year's experience. our large database customer network is able to meet with our clients' requirement and fulfuillment...

Could Someone Tell Me The?

could someone tell me the differences that and which in relative clause this is a dog that......... this is a dog which................ there are simple examples,i dont remember...

Hallo Mr Abbie - As Such?

Hallo , mr Abbei , sorry for my slow response , I write below the full sentences as you need , could you please comment … 1. In case , if my appeal might be approved by the...

Weigh / Weighs?

Are both of these correct? 1. The lock and package weighs 4lbs. (If this is correct, how come? Is 'lock and package' one thing here?) 2. The lock and package weigh 4lbs...

Due To ( An Adjective ?)?

If we should not start sentences with " due to " , why should this sentence be right - " Due to wet leaves on the line , this train will arrive an hour late " ? It 's a...

Would Rather?

Can "would rather" be followed by a verb in past tense? I would rather you did it. I think if the sentence is like this, it would be correct: I would rather that you did it...

The *** Out Of The Whole Thing?

What does the meaning from below sentence ? " ... To answer that question would take the *** out of the whole thing ..."

Exercise-Problem?

Hello, I have a problem with one of my exercises. I have to write down the question to the following answer: - He had a tooth pulled out yesterday. I have no idea, what the...

Determiners?

Why can you not use the determiner 'little' before countable nouns?

' ... From The Ground Up'?

Hello friends, I just would like to konw the exactly mean of this ' from the ground up' in this sentence: ' He's a sissy FROM THE GROUND UP. Just like his father' Thanks...

Use Of Adverb 'Solely'?

I have always been bothered by what seems to me to be at least an unclear, if not improper, use of the modifer "solely". For example, National Public Radio in the U.S. gives this...
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