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Why Be Anonymous?

What Is The Meaning ?

Meaning of sneaked?

Proverb?

What do you take the proverb, "Spare the rod, and spoil the child" to mean?

Correct The Sentence?

I put some money aside for household allowances.Is this sentence correct?

With A Flower On The Head.

Is the sentence itself correct? Q: Which one is your sister? A: She is the one with a flower on the head. Is it correct to write, a flower "on the head"? Does it make sense...

Subject And Verb?

Do you remember the title of the new book about morals? The subject is YOU and the Verb is remember but what about do?

Use Of A, An, The (Articles)?

Which is correct--"a historical building" or "an historical building"?

Ask A Question Of You?

I have learn that 'I ask you a qestion' has same meaning with 'I ask a question of you'. But I wonder why they use 'of' in the upper sentence inspead of 'to'. Like this->"I...

Articles A, An, The?

Which is correct--"a historical building" or "an historical building"? I asked the same question anonymously but have since signed in. Please send me an e-mail with the correct...

Semicolon?

Semicolons, to me are very confusing. Thus, I rarely ever use them. I've searched the internet for examples to avoid asking a probably, very repetitive question on this board...

Pls, Help Me. I Don't Understand Idiom...

i am study the idioms and expression, but i don't understand how can we use? and when? pls explain or teach me. thank you very much. 1. black and blue 2. sugar and spice 3...

Urgent Help?

Please tell me the definition of pattern. More especificaly "step pattern" and "floor pattern". This is dance terminology and I have been looking for these terms with no luck...

One Question About The Use Of 'In Turn...

I have written a paper and want to know if I have used "in turn" correctly here it is "...and in turn, increase my ability..." is the comma needed or not? Thanks a bunch...

Idiom Search?

I am looking for an idiom for convincing someone through implicit threat without actually meaning to carry it out. There are words that describe a similar concept with different...

Which Tense Should Come Here?

Would you like to have something to eat. No thank you I------------------(just have) dinner.What would be the correct tense in the above balnk?

Hyphens?

When used in a sentence, does the phrase "a 70 year old man" require any hyphens? - e.g., "a 70 year-old man," or "a 70-year-old-man." Thanks, as usual.

Saying ' Ed'?

I know there is a rule for the ed sound at the end of words such like helped is said helpt (ed =t sound), yet wanted is said like 'ed'. I know it is to do with the letter before...

Until?

Hello, Could you please specify that if I use "until" in the context "he is on holiday from Monday until Thursday" it will mean Thursday inclusive or exclusive? Rgds

Grammar : 'There+Be'?

Which of the following sentences is right. - There is a zoo, a park and a clinic near my apartment. - There are a zoo, a park and a clinic near my apartment. - There...

Past-Tense Verbs To Past Forms Using Helping...

Hello, I have a question and thought that perhaps someone might help me. I am assisting (or attempting to assist!) my son with his homework. Here are the directions he has...

Correct The Sentence?

It's been a longtime since I correspond to you.

Grammatical Corrections?

Dear Teachers, Could you do grammatical corrections to the following sentences? Thank You Very Much!!! 1. Zen tells that through the mindful mind one feels easy and harmonious...

What's The Difference Between 'Clothing...

I'm mixing them up! ( Can I say such a sentence?? or should I say "I've been mixing them up" ???)

I Need Advise On Simplifying A Sentence...

I hope my future life will turn out as it is envisaged. Hence, I will work hard for a bright future ahead. Does the sentence above make itself clear? Please help correct it...

Inspiration Meaning?

hello, I read the following inspiration sentance in internet: "If a writer has a masterpiece within,he had better save it on paper. Otherwie none of us will ever miss it...

Does The Indefinite Pronoun "None"?

Does the indefinite pronoun "none" require a singular verb in some instances and a plural verb in others - depending upon the noun to which it refers? Are the following sentences...
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