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Dear Teachers,

1. He went to war against his neighbors. As a result of this, millions of people died.

- What does "as a result of this" mean?

2. He would always give charity to poor people whenever he can.

- Is this natural?

3. She doesn't know how to answer these questions, so she hopes someone else will weigh on them.

- "weigh on them" here means "solve them" or "answer them", right?

4. The antonym of "aggressive" is "meek" or "virtuous", right? Can they be applied to both women and men?

5. What's the difference of "bin", "waste-basket" and "garbage-can"?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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1. "as a result of this": as a consequence of this, as a follow up from this

2. He would always give charity to poor people whenever he can.

"give charity" seems to be equivalent to "give alms" in some contexts, thus it seems OK

3. She doesn't know how to answer these questions, so she hopes someone else will weigh on them.

"weigh" here seems to take an "evaluate, ponder" meaning

4. on "aggressive":

Contrasted Words passive, unassertive; meek, submissive, yielding

I don't think "virtuous" is a good antonym for it, check any good dictionary which has examples of usage.
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Stevenukd
Dear Teachers,

1. I agree with the comments above regarding meaning, but I would omit the "of this."

2. He would always give charity to poor people whenever he could.

3. She doesn't know how to answer these questions, so she hopes someone else will weigh in on them.

"weigh in on" means express an opinion on the matter

4. As commented on above

5. What's the difference of "bin", "waste basket" and "garbage can"? Probably regional variation. As someone who grew up in the northeast US, I don't use bin. Garbage can (no hyphen) is generally larger than a waste basket, which I also use less frequently. But I have a small trash can (another choice) or waste basket under my desk, and a garbage can in my garage.

Stevenukd.