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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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Hi. I want to tell to someone as below. note : M1, M2 means the name of project. "we have worked M1 since 1 month ago" + we are facing another project M2 " + " we have to work M2 with the same manner which M1" Can I express like this-> "So, As usual this M1 manner we did, we keep working at M2"
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Although she had to take an exam the next day, she went to the movie. Please correct the sentence.
 
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All that you need is ---------- good night’s sleep. The correct is "a" but if "sleep" is uncountable then I thought either you do not use an article or use the definite article. Could someone please explain the use in the given context using both the choice- a , the/nil.
 
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Which is correct? Come out of the room and show me how you are dressed. Come out of the room and show me the way you are dressed. Thank you
 
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How would you ask these following questions? What would be the correct way of answering them be? How long does adolescence last in dogs? How long does dog adolescence last? When do dogs get to adolescence and get out? Dogs get to adolescence around 7 months of age. Thank you
 
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Hello, 1.I live in a city . I study in the city. I have to join these two sentences using a relative pronoun. (1a). I live in a city in which I study. (2a). I live in the city in which I study. I would like to know whether I keep 'a city' (that is part of the original sentence) or replace 'a' with 'the'. Thanks.
 
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"Using articles correctly in English can be very difficult as there are a lot of rules to remember. There are three articles in English ‘a’, ‘an’, ‘the’ and sometimes no article Ø is needed." Is "as" a conjunction and does it mean "because"?
 
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1. The clothes are hung. 2. The clothes are hanging. Which one is grammatical?
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"While she's no longer with us, she would continue to live in our hearts. I join the country in mourning her loss," he said. Could someone please explain the use of "would" in the given context. Thanks
 
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I will come to work today, but will work from 12-6 p.m. I will just be working 6 hours everyday maybe for two weeks, because I have to take care of my father. Thanks!
 
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Hi there, I'd like you to tell me if the sentence in the middle makes sense, and if not, please let me know the problem. The sentences that come before and after it are for the contexts. Thank you. The nativeness principle proves to be problematic in terms of several factors, one of which lies in its viability. Oyama (1976) shows that matured L2 learners nearly always retain an immediately identifiable accent, including some who display perfect grammar, although there are some exceptions: approximately five percent of those do not display any accent and speak like a native speaker. -> Although it still remains unclear what linguistic approaches enable this minority of L2 learners to reach the proficiency level, through various studies it is feasible to construct an assumption as to the question of what group of individuals exhibit this language performance. It has been claimed that perfection in speech patterns appears to be restricted to a very small number of highly motivated individuals (Moyer, 2004) and to those with special aptitude (Ioup, Boustagi, El Tigi, & Moselle, 1994).
 
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Which is correct please? Once the bathtub is full/filled, I'll get in. How would you phrase this please? Once the bathtub isn't as full, I'll go get the towel./Once the bathtub Is emptier, I'll go get the towel. (Kids are in the bath, don't want to leave to room and have them drown) Thank you
 
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HI, please help me correct the below sentences if there any mistakes, thank you 1. It turns out that Yayoi is also able to achieve Divine Union. Matoi hears from her father regarding her mother for the first time. 2. Matoi goes out with her father on a shopping trip. While at the observation tower, they are attacked by the evil spirit.
 
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He is such a jerk.
 
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Hi, please help me correct the below sentences if there any mistakes, thank you 1. Kazuha, along with some of the staff members, head to Kazuha’s hometown with the purpose of meeting her father and apologizing to him in person. 2. The recording of the second season of the anime where Chitose is the main lead has started. This time round, there is a new rookie joining them.
 
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While he was studying, he worked as a tutor. While he was studying, he was working as...
 
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1. In spite of being very clever, she is not proud. 2. In spite of being young, he is intelligent. Are the sentences natural?
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When is she arriving/reaching to labore?
 
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I had a student write the following sentence: There are some doors are jammed. This sentence needs ‘that’ of course after doors (There are some doors that are jammed). How do we explain to the students why this is needed here? What part of speech is it? Thanks kindly.
 
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Hi, a question: I am told: "John has a tattoo". I answer: 1. "Oh! I haven't noticed until now." 2. "Oh! I didn't notice until now." 3. "Oh! I hadn't noticed until now." I am sure that at least one of the above is more preferable than the others, but are they all grammatical? Now is right this second. I am especially concerned about #1. Is it ungrammatical to say "I haven't noticed it until now" if now is truly right now? Thank you.
 
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A: You have had three cups of tea since you've been here. It means you are still here, right?
 
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Hi! Do I need to capitalize "Many" for the below for written form? Thanks, Fulvio A: How many times did you go to McDonalds last year? B: Many times.
 
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can‧cy /ˈveɪkənsi/ ●○○ noun (plural vacancies) 1 [countable] a job that is available for someone to start doing There are still two vacancies on the school board. vacancy for We have no vacancies for photographers at the moment. The council is making every effort to fill the vacancies. Please explain the use of "the" in "The council ..... the vacancies"?
 
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Haven't you finished your task ................? Good work. Well done. a- already b- yet In my view point, the right option is (yet) because it is a question and the one who is asking wants to know whether the addressed person has finished his or her work or not. What is your opinion as some other people said it is ( already) not ( yet ). Thanks in advance.
 
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