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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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I have posted 2 photos and needs to find the answer for that. Please check and let me know the answer. Thanks
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He is less big than me.
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What do you mean by he is a pussy?
 
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Hi, I have a doubt with a question posted by English Daily Tips on Facebook i.e. By tomorrow, my car _____ . A. is repaired. B. repaired C. will be repaired. D. repairs. I chose C, but somehow, some argued the option should have been 'will have been repaired '. If that's true, it implies the car is ready to go. Could someone help me with this, please? Thanks
 
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Darita had been a monk before he'd married Dason's daughter.
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A: If you had told me you would start releasing song like this, I wouldn't have believed you. B:If you had told me you would've started releasing song like this, I wouldn't have believed you. Which one is correct and what's the difference between two sentences in meaning? Thank you.
 
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Hi. Could someone possibly take a look at the following summary? Short Summary Blade, a henchmen falls in love with a factory owner's daughter, Vidya. The family finds out about their love but there is a dispute that may call off the wedding. Will they still get married after all? Long Summary Blade is a loyal henchman of a local rowdy Naga, goes to the extent of even murdering for him. Blade falls in love with Vidya who is the daughter of Naga's partner. When Vidya is kidnapped, Blade jumps into action to rescue her and declares his love for her. Soon the family finds out about their love affair but Naga cheats Vidya's dad of 20 lakhs which creates a feud between the two. Frustrated Blade goes against Naga to save his relationship.
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1. Why are meat and vegetables prepacked? To be hygienic. 2. How are meat and vegetables prepacked? To be hygienic. Which question and answer is acceptable?
 
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"Which age group lives up most to its stereotype?" "Which age group live up to its stereotype the most?"
 
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1. Their foe tried to overthrow their system by infiltrate into their company. 2. The police detained him for 4 hours then they had to release him because they found evidence showing that he was innocent. 3. There is no good reason for forcing a 18-year-old to hastily chose his whole life career, these teenagers are simply just too young for making such important decisions. 4. You won't believe that a small mistake your father made can wreck your chance of attending a military school. 5. They tried to reshuffle the administration system but all their courage seem to be futile. 6. Bart pins the blame on Lisa for breaking the vase. 7. It's clearly that the plaintiff have to return what they have received from the defendant, but we have to take acount of the money the plaintiff gave the defendant before.
 
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1) A: I'm open for criticism from you regarding the new company policy. B: __________ , I would have to back you up all the way. (A) After you just pulled (B) Look at behind you (C) In terms of efficiency (D) The chip are up so I think it's D. Please confirm
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Hi, are the answers to the questions "You don't want to play" and "Don't you want to play" the same? For example: Question: You don't want to play? Answer: No, I don't want to play. And Question: Don't you want to play? Answer: No, I don't want to play. Is this correct that I answer the questions with the same sentence? Or do I need different answers for the two questions?
 
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He will take the plane to Malaysia. OR He will fly the plane to Malaysia. P.s: I am talking about a pilot here
 
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today is an adverb or a noun Is today an adverb in any of these sentences.If so, why? What's the date today? He's going to ring you at some point today. Today is even hotter than yesterday! Is that today's paper? He left today, which is a Tuesday, so he should be back today.
 
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When will the weatherman say something reliable? Maybe, not in this millennium. Partly cloudy with occasional rain? Then what'd you call that pouring rain out the window ? [From my English grammar book in Korean] I don't think "out" can take an object without help of other prepositionsㅡin, of. So I was wondering why it is "out the window," not "outside the window." Thank you in advance for your help....
 
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Can I use 'intrinsic' instead of 'natural'? Ex: Arrogance is his intrinsic behavior.
 
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Hello, I would like to ask about one sentence: Prosecuting the criminals lies outside the domain of the police. 1) Can you think of an example when you would use the before criminals in such a sentence? Perhaps in the meaning this while pointing at some group of criminals? 2) Am I right that normally, as a general statement, one would say criminals with a zero article?
 
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Hi, what is the meaning of this sentence: "You drive the car in either case." Is the meaning of "either case" that the person will drive the car in all of the cases or in only one of the cases? Thank you so much in advance.
 
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Choose the correct answer: 1- I ...…your luggage to check it is not overweight. a) weigh b) am weighing 2- Gas…..through a pipe to be moved to another place. a) moves b) is moved My answers are as follows: 1- b …but my friend says, "It is "a" because the verb "weigh" is not used in the present continuous tense" 2- b … but my friend says, "It is "a" I want you to tell me the right answer, please.
 
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Hello all I am incredibly angry as I have just left the office of my boss and I say: This has been the last time I ..... ...was there. --have been there. I know that "the last time" shouldn´t be followed by present perfect but would it really sound ok to use past simple (was there) as I say this immediately after leaving boss´ office?
 
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Hello. Please, is this sentence correct? What do you hope you will be doing in twenty years time from now? Thanks.
 
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When my wallet got lost, I saw fields, John around that table that I had left my wallet on. One of my friends Jacky wasnot there. Can I say? John would have stolen my wallet. Jacky would have stolen my wallet. Correct?
 
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Is this sentence correct please? Don't raise your kid like the materialistic type. Your kid shouldn't need Nike shoes to feel good about himself. Thanks
 
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"How much did you loan from the back?."
 
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