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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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There is no proof that "any single medicine or food"can improve brain function. Do you think the part "any single medicine or food" can be changed into a somewhat easier version? I have to prepare several sample answers, and I am very stuck here.
 
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Hi, is the following sentence grammatically correct? When one matures up and another stays childish, a pair of lovebirds who insists on their feelings births a relationship none of them is able to forget.
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What is a adjective for never giving up
 
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The dictionary definition of opulent, "extremely wealthy or rich", may sound acceptable. Do I have to capitalize "extremely...?
 
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When you use "The ~er SV, the ~er SV" construction, how do you usually decide the tense? For example, How can you make your brain work better? Just use it. (1) The more it will be used, the better it will work. (2) The more it is used, the better it works. Which would you use?
 
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In the sentence "I take it, you haven't read the book", is the comma needed or not? I think it isn't but others are saying I'm wrong without really explaining why...
 
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1) Reading makes your brain work better. 2) Reading makes your brain very active. 3) Reading makes your brain more active.
 
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1) There is no other way but to do it. 3) There are no other ways but to do it.
 
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Hello.... He carried the prop on, not off. ******** Does this mean “He turned the propeller on, not off”?
 
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i don't wanna come closer to you because i am afraid of loosing you in my dreams
 
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This book is important for me as much as that book. Is it correct?
 
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One end of a bandage is stuck to each other that it creates a small bundle there. How to say simply what happened to this bandage?
 
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what do you callthe baby of a cat
 
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I saw something that looked like a UFO. Is it possible to say, "something like a UFO" instead of "something that looked like a UFO?"
 
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Am I use the words "in which" correctly? 1 She wanted to get the suggestion from Mary in which contest she would enter (as she could not write or sing well).
 
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Can I say, 1 She had experienced / overcame / faced the interruption of / in school activities due to the haze. Are there any other words to put in it? Thanks
 
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We removed the following stock codes from the above order because the set of 3 nest tables are one item, not three individual items. The removed code will be assigned for new items
 
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I meant to post it in essay section, but I accidentally posted it in grammar section. Could you tell me how I can do that?
 
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I posted a message about deleating a post a while ago, but I couldn't attach the link successfully. Could you help me delete the following post? I accidentally posted it in grammar section. I'd like to rewrite it once again and post it in essay section. I read the Forum rule and figured that I should do it before anyone is kind enough to give me a reply. So I am sorry for double posting this. [link]
 
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Which is correct, are both possible? I had the chance to win but I did not capitalize. I had the chance of winning but I did not capitalize. For some reason the 'to' form sounds better to me! Thanks.
 
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Does the following sentence make sense if I use "if" in the gap? Even_______we don't like her, I really think we should help her in this situation. Personally, I'd use only "though" here, but do you think the other option is correct?
 
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Don't attempt to teach over the chatter of the students who are not paying attention.
 
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No doubt we, the teachers, don't need chair for teacher in classrooms. In fact, we don't have time to sit on chair in classrooms. But we do need a desk for teacher in classrooms to put/keep our books, copies and other writing implements on.
 
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I'm confused with it. Call / call for help? 1 Please call an ambulance. 2 Please call for an ambulance. 3 He made an emergency call for / to the fire station. 4 He used a mobile phone to call for help / to get help / ask for help.
 
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You guys look identically the same youthful faces, like triplets
 
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