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There are so many anonymous posts lately! It's much more interesting for the volunteers to answer posts from people with names. Please register and pick a screen name, especially if you are going to ask several questions. Thank you! Click here to register
 
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What is the difference between I worked yesterday I did work yesterday or He went to the shop He did go to the shop ? Regards,
 
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I cannot help but to ask the question. VS. I cannot help but ask the question. I think both of them are the same and "to" is omitted sometimes but I am not sure. What do you native English speakers think? Thank you so much as always.
 
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I HAVE DIFFICULTIES TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN RATHER, QUIETE, FAIRLY AS THEY HAVE APPPROXIMATELY THE SAME FUNTIONS
 
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what is the meaning of "words don't come easy to me" ?
 
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Should I use make or makes in this sentence? "Nights like last night make/makes me wonder why..." Thanks!
 
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Can you correct this sentence ? The fact that you don't think having to wear black socks as opposed to white when wearing a black suit is standard is outrageous. Thanks
 
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The highways are packed with bug-like crawling vehicles.
 
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What is concord and types and rules of concord
 
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Can you correct please? The GPS tells us when we arrive our destination, once were 5 minutes away, the times counts down 5 second increments. 5:00, 4:55, 4:50, 4:45....
 
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i have always a doubt about when to use could and should.i know both these r used in past form of can ans shall but specifically when to use could and should.anyone in this group pls help me.
 
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"Even if you feel hungry do not eat anything between meals " said the dietician
 
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Is this sentence written correctly? Give my regards to john. Is there another way to tell someone about this?
 
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what is the meaning of off to?
 
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Does it mean "one watchdog/superviser is probably enough"? Context: Sasha and Malia -- (cheers, applause) -- before our very eyes, you're growing up to become two strong, smart, beautiful young women, just like your mom. (Cheers, applause.) And I am so proud of you guys. But I will say that for now, one dog's probably enough . (Laughter.)
 
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I was still not understand,could somebody tell me more?
 
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Hello, I have gone through a few books and a number of links; still, I haven’t received a clear answer what the Compound Subject and the Compound Predicate are. Let’s consider a sentence: “My mother and her friends cooked and chatted for hours”. Which one is the Compound Subject: My mother and her friends cooked and chatted for hours. My mother and her friends cooked and chatted for hours. Which one is the Compound Predicate: My mother and her friends cooked and chatted for hours. My mother and her friends cooked and chatted for hours. Thank you....
 
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[link] Do Americans use the indicative too?
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How can I use the prhasal verb,run out,correctly?Thanks
 
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what is your income? how much is your income? how much income do you earn which is common?
 
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Is this sentence is incorrect or if incorrect than correct it please. HE'S GONE LIKE ONE HOUR AGO.
 
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I have seen / heard all of them. So what is right or wrong and when do I use "At the beginning" or "In the beginning"? Is there also such an expression as "At the end"? Thanks!
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1-I fought him with a wooden sword. 2-I fought with him with a wooden sword. 3-I fought John with a wooden sword. 4-I fought with John with a wooden sword. Could these sentences be used if not "I" but "he"/"John" had the wooden sword? Gratefully, Navi.
 
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"have i let you know? " what it meant?
 
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Please teacher can you correct 10 questions? #1Wouldn't you have preferred buying something for yourself? #2This furniture color goes more with your color walls. #3I recognize know the smell of your cooking. #4We've come to accustomed to his antics. #5You'll feel bad for your parent if he is sad no matter what he's done to you. #6I've helped with as many essays as I have fingers in the past 2 days. I'm sick of it. #7That'll get the house looking nicer. That'll make the house look nicer. #8I knew him from when you used to play football for that team. #9Injuries inside the mouth heal faster than any other part of the body. #10Why would there be something that you want in there to begin? Thank you so very much
 
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John: Can you lend me a dollar? Bob: I'm sorry, I don't have any. John You don't have any!? Bob: I just used up all the money. Look, I only grabbed money just the exact same amount as all the stuffs I bought . John: Now how can you get back home since you don't have any penny left? Bob: That's a good question. John: ??? Hi, I want to ask if I can make that underlined texts shorter. Can I say "Look, I only brought the certain amount" , and leave out all the following elaboration as in "...as exact same amount as all the stuffs I bought" which I think is unnecessary. I just want to make it shorter colloquially. Thank you....
 
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