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Why Be Anonymous?

Grammar Structure?

Are these sentences correct in terms of grammar? If yes, please explain to me these structures. These sentences are all extracted from my exercise. 1.In the days of the last...

Be Needed Or Not?

Hello. If you have a time, could you help me? After the (second) word should in bold, should I add the be ? 1. It's Mary (his wife) that he should be proud of. In fact,...

Elongated Upholstery?

Does " writhing lamp shades and elongated upholstery " mean "twisted lamp shades and long couches"? Sentence: While the work in this exhibition, mainly by designers, was definitely...

Get Locked In?

What does "to get locked in" mean? And what is the difference between "to get locked in" and "to be locked in"? Thank you. ...

To Hear Him Speak English, You Would Think...

Dear native English speakers, (a) To hear him speak English, you would think he were an American. Would the sentence above be used ? How about these? (b) If you heard him speak...

Abuse?

Hello, According to my dictionary, one abuses alcohol if they drink too much and too often than they should, but is it correct to say "abuse cigrettes"? Everybody drinks from...

Phrasal Verbs?

How to master phrasal verbs?

A Moment Of Providence/Illumination?

I don't know how to say, for example when you're talking and all over sudden become aware that you were wrong, I want to say "I had a moment of and I can't find the right word...

Past Simple Or Past Perfect?

A: How was your flight? B: It was fine. However, the food they gave us was awful. Is the bold-faced part correct? Would the past perfect be correct too? Is there a difference...

Caller ID Or Caller's ID?

Is it "caller ID" or "caller's ID"? If both are possible, do they mean the same thing? If not, when should I use each of them? Would you please give me some examples? Thank you...

What's The Subject Of Came?

The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate on Wednesday and signalled that it expects additional rate increases next year in a display of measured confidence in...

Which Website I Can Find Lots And Lots...

Specially for C1/C2/B1 and B2. I tried many other websites, yet there are few exercises available... I love doing exercises. Thanks. ...

Right Grammar?

I'd never have believed it Is it right grammatically? ...

Respects?

Does this sentence sound good: "I finish this note by paying my respects to you ."

Are These Sentences Grammatically Correct...

1) He’s outside playing with his friends. 2) He’s playing with his friends outside. ...

A Fear Of?

A fear of spiders is known as arachnophobia. I thought "fear" is an uncountable noun. How do we know when to use indefinite article before an uncountable noun? ...

Is This Sentence Correct ?

For me, design is the most explicit way of defining what products become in people’s mind. Because of which I love product design.

My Leg Was Injured In A Scooter Accident...

Dear all, Kindly see the sentence "My leg was injured in a scooter accident." I would like to know whether this is a passive voice sentence. If yes, please tell me its active...

What Is The Form Of?

What is the form of I was having a bath when the phone rang.

Two Thousand Years Ago/Before?

"The whole time we were crossing swords, I had this feeling that this wasn't the first time I'd met you." "Then, we might've met two thousand years [ago/before]." Would you tell...

Tips On How To Prepare An English Proficiency...

Hello, I'm just starting to teach, yet, I have no idea how to prepare my own english level exam. Any tips will be greatly appreciated.

His Face Was Bruised?

Dear all, I was told that in the sentence "His face was bruised" the word "bruised" is used as an adjective and the sentence was "not passive" but "active voice". I was also...

I Am So Happy To Talk To You This Morning...

Hi, I had a talk with somone this morning. After I left that place, I sent him email stating that " I am so happy to talk to you this morning." Can I still you that sentence...

I Injured My Leg/I Bruised My Leg?

Dear all, Please tell me whether the following sentences are correct. Here in the second sentence, I would like whether "bruised" is used as an "adjective" or the sentence is...

I Am Yet To Vs I Have Yet To?

Which one is correct? Is there any difference in meaning between them? 1) I am yet to be convinced. 2) I have yet to be convinced. ...
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