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Why Be Anonymous?

Successful?

He is running his business successfully. He is running a successful business. Please check them. ...

What Is The Meaning Of Discount And Flings...

If you discount short-lived flings with roommates (and they both do), neither of them has ever officially lived with anybody. ...

Introduce Myself?

I’m going to talk about myself now. My name is Yasuda Shunsuke. I’m from Kagoshima in Japan. My hobby is playing soccer. However, I’m not good at playing soccer, so I prefer...

Sentences?

Hi! Number 3 is correct isn't it. Thanks, Fulvio 1. I have enjoyed fishing with you today. 2. I have enjoyed going shopping with you today. 3. I have enjoyed shopping with you...

At The Edge?

Is this sentence correct: "There is an urban parks at the edge of the lake." ------------------------- THANK YOU.

Radio Silence?

Hello everybody. Perhaps even more importantly, the leader of benefits at this company reported “radio silence” from his membership. Would you please tell me what the bold part...

Select Home Delivery?

Hello everybody. We figured out how to reproduce this program at scale and now call it Select Home Delivery (or SHD). ​ In the bold part, is select an adjective or an imperative...

Gifting Me With A Memeno?

Dear all, I saw the following sentences in our WhatsApp group. This was written by an English postgraduate holder in my part of the town. Here could you please tell me whether...

Writing?

1. After throwing out the fishing net, the fisherman waited patiently. 2. After casting the fishing net, the fisherman waited patiently. Are the sentences grammatically correct...

Full Of Or Filled With?

One of my students wrote: "Portuguese television is full of soap operas". This is a very common expression in Portuguese, but I'm not sure one can translate it literally into English...

Writing?

1. There is a lot to study on the subject. 2. There are a lot to study the subject. 3. There is a lot to study the subject. Which is grammatically correct and meaningful? Thanks...

Too/As Well?

Hi, Can I say ”All the best to you as well”? I know that “All the best to you too” sounds more natural but is the first sentence correct? ...

Here What Is The Meaning Of Flick?

Her eyes flick to the digital clock on the TV ...

Motivation Letter For ESC?

Hello I want you to help me to answer this question. Why would you like to work in free democratic school ? I have always dreamed about becoming an activist for child rights...

Future In The Past Tense?

Hi Teachers, Just a year, and I'll be free. The above is future in the present tense. If I want to narrate this in the past: Just a year, and I would be free. Can 'would' be...

Are These Sentences Grammatically Correct...

The size of the flanges received do not fit the stainless steel duct supplied. The outside diameter of flanges should be 250mm in order to fix onto the SS flanged duct. The flanges...

Property Vs Characteristics Vs Attribute...

"property is an attribute of an object or an aspect of its behavior. " https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/vba/word/concepts/objects-properties-methods/understanding-objects...

Causing To?

there must be something wrong with them that's causing to them to wind up alone. why ing with cause? is alone a noun? All these stereotypes are driven by pressures to conform...

Organise Vs Arrange The Tasks?

"Workflows organise the tasks, approval tasks, stages, and milestones for each project." What does "organise the tasks" mean here? What does organise mean in this context? What...

Anyone As Singular?

I saw that sentence: " What more could anyone want? " why the used word is 'want' and not 'wants', like with the sentence: "Anyone wants that" ...

Question About Usage Of Adverb?

If an adverb stands before 2 or more phrases, verbs, adjectives, in each case, does it support the meaning of all the groups, or just the first one, or there are rules to know...

Does It Sound Natural?

How are the matters?

An Element?

An object represents an element of Word, such as a document, a paragraph, a bookmark, or a single character. [link] What does an element mean here? ...

Writing?

What should the person in the swamp do to escape? Is the sentence grammatically correct? ...

IS MY Paraphrasing Ok?

he doesn’t intend to actually call her = he doesn’t want to actually call her
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