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Learn French In France Next Summer?

Hello to all, I would like to learn French in France next summer and I would like to know if you have any recommendations for me. I am looking for a school with young students...

To Act In One's Interest?

Is this message correct (or does it make sense): "I acted on my own interest," Note: By this I mean, these actions were carried out in my interest (and not because of other...

Practical Actions You Can Take That Will...

Could you explain the grammar used in the bold part? Obviously if there are practical actions you can take that will help , that's great.

Preposition?

It's so thoughtful for having a...... Do I have to use for, to, of,...etc. Which preposition is correct? ...

To Or For?

He gave a key card to/for the parking garage. Which one of 'to' or 'for' would you use here? ...

In The Title?

1. Does " them " in the text below refer to "less conscious things" or "readers" or "the author" 2. Do you think " in the title " here means "briefly" or something like "in...

On Or All Over?

Hello, He ended up spilling his drink on the floor/all over the floor. On or all over - are both fine? Thanks. ...

Educate?

Context: The salesman/Marketing executive is explaining about their products/services and shows product demonstration to their prospect/potential customer. The salesman educates...

Hobby?

I'm not a big fan of fast food. It is really fat. It damaged my stomach . I hate it when I have nothing to eat and forcely to eat it . I enjoy vegetables . It's good for...

Not A Big Task?

A: Could you tell me how the software works? B: It is not a big task. You can follow the instruction by watching the demo video. Is "It is not a big task" suitable? or Do you...

Spring In One's Step?

Hello, 1) When a dog is old but still runs around happily, you can say that 'he or she's got a spring in her step'. Is there perhaps a similar expression that could be used instead...

Gatekeepers?

1. Does " distinction " in the following text mean "excellence" or "copyright"? 2. Does " gatekeepers " here mean "those who impose copyright rules" or "those who control the...

Sentence Completion?

For years he performed his evil deeds with _______, but eventually _______ overtook him. (A) bitterness ― atonement (B) impunity ― retribution I think the answer is (B). But...

False "Arabs"?

What does this newspaper headline mean? False "Arabs" Expose Member of Congress

Are The Following Grammatically Correct...

Are the following grammatically correct? He is sort of like saying he is always right. He is kind of like saying he is always right. He is like he is always right. He is like...

Die Of/From?

Are the following correct? He died of leukaemia. He died from leukaemia. ...

Isn’T That?

Does anyone ever say such question tag?“That is no good, isn’t that?”It doesn’t sound right to me. I haven’t really heard people say “isn’t that?” So I say “isn’t it?” instead...

Past Or Present?

If something is current all the time, should it still be stated in past tense where the main clause refers to event in the past? Which one below is correct? It was found out when...

What Is The Difference Between "In" And...

Hurry up, we have go out in/by five minutes. Which one is grammatically correct and why? Thanks

Hello?

Why do we say .' India has a much bigger university than any other university . Can we say alot bigger university not much Second question , Did you you remember to phone...

Money Vs Monies?

After meeting a man through a dating app, a woman accepted monies from him and even opened several bank accounts on his behalf, despite multiple warnings from authorities not...

I Cracked Up.

" Riding in a cab in London, our cab driver ask my conservative co-worker why Americans need so many guns. My colleague said it goes back to the founding of America Not missing...

Message?

What do you care?

Arrive To?

I wrote about to being used with arrive a few weeks ago, but EF's search engine cannot find it, so I'll write a new post. I found another example of arrive to in a British...

This Is Not What I Was Promised!?

This is not what I was promised! - Is this natural? And the most natural way to phrase it? This is not what I was f***ing promised! - Would it sound awkward to native speakers...
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