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Why Be Anonymous?

Third Conditional?

"He has been ineluctably dishonest," Mr Parker said. "He went to Direct Line and didn't make a disclosure about his claims history because he knew he wouldn't have been insured...

Usage Of Plural Nouns With And Without...

Hi there, can I use the plural nouns in the given sentences with and without the . What difference in meaning does the create in the sentences? And as an English speaker which...

What Is The Tag Question For "Let Us Do...

Let us do it, should we? shall we? will we?

Summary, Stylistic Devices And Analysis...

Hey everyone, I found this text which interested me a lot: http://www.gerdthiele.de/Kurs2004/potatosalad.htm I wanted to ask if there is anyone who could help me with a summary...

A Beckett Sentence(Can You Simplify It...

Decision no sooner reached or rather long after than what is the wrong word? For the last time at last for to end yet again what the wrong word? Than revoked. No but slowly dispelled...

"Took A Look At"/"Looked At"?

She handed me the picture and I took a look at it. She handed me the picture and I looked at it. Does "took a look at" imply a briefer look than "looked at"? ...

Is This Perfect As It Is?

Tim pulls out his wallet and looks down the bar to see the bartender busy talking to another customer. As he waits, he pulls out his phone and checks his messages. A few minutes...

Grammar Help Please?

Hi, Could you please tell me if this word “skin” is natural used for the native speaker? I skinned my knee when I fell. The bullet skinned my arm. The airplane skinned...

Grammar Advice Please?

Hi, Could you please tell me if these words are natural used for the native speaker? I tumbled / tripped over a bump. I tumbled / tripped the downstairs The tumble...

Low Wooden Hut?

Hello. When someone says a building or hut is low, what does it mean? Does it mean it is exactly at the same level as ground? ...

English Sentences?

Hello everyone! I have a question related to the exact meaning of the sentence... "The police are intirely at fault" Of course,"be at fault" has a number of meanings,but in this...

Suggest Question On This Article?

I need to solve a quiz on this article

Phrasal Verbs?

1. Consider the following sentence: " Avoid self-righteously TURNING ON a friend, but have your friendship mean enough that you would be willing to share with your friend your...

Writing?

Using a special alphabet, Annie was teaching Helen language when all of a sudden Helen throws the doll violently onto the floor. In the sentence, to highlight an event, is it...

Ethical Management?

what can you say about this case ? what is your insight? Mikiea Price, the student’s mother, said her daughter was “crying and her lip was cracked, bleeding and she handed...

Publishing The Book As It Stands?

Publishing the book as it stands would leave us open to derision. [From an English-Japanese dictionary.] Question: Is as it stands an adjective clause modifying the book...

Is The Statement Idiomatic?

Guy 1 "I feared that I would be this big jerk and that it would be obvious to everybody. Maybe I'm not." Guy 2 "You're not. Trust me. You're still the same good guy I knew before...

Looks At Him (For) A Long Moment?

Hi teachers, is it acceptable to leave out for in sentences like this: Kent looks at him (for) a long moment, then takes his jacket and leaves. ...

First Period Subject?

You have to "have/come with" the book on which first class is scheduled or to be taken. (I meant to say one should come with the book on which the first period/class is based...

Grammar Check Please?

Hi, Could you please tell me if these sentences are all natural used for the native speaker? I rubbed / scraped / grazed my knee when I fell. I have got a rub / scrape...

Meaning?

Do both these sentences mean the same: a) "I pulled up TO THE GAS PUMP." b) "I pulled up AT THE GAS STATION."

Use Of Drainage Pathway?

Hello everyone, Is the grammar in the sentence below correct? Is it understandable? Thanks. This is to inform you of an accumulation of grease in the drainage pathway in the...

Incorrect Sentences?

This is a homework. Please help me with it. I need to fix these sentences. 1. Some words the professor used in her lecture were impossible to translate them. 2. He is said to...

Charged With?

Can the phrase 'TO BE CHARGED WITH' have more than one meaning? For instance, in the following sentences: a) "He was charged with abuse of power." b) "Charged with promoting...

In A Relay?

1. Does " in a relay " here mean "in a way"? 2. The text says " their gazes do not directly address the viewer ", but in the photograph (as it is mentioned in the text as...
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