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Could you please help me correctly explain this by telling me which word to use?


The kids emptied the bottle of soap in the bath. We came in to a lather/came in once the soap had lathered and overflown in banks. We decide to clean it tomorrow. When we came in the next morning. The bubbles had _______. (Disappeared)? (What goes in the blank? Vaporized?


If the sink/drain can’t drain as fast as the water is filling it/filling up in the sink, it must be clogged. (How would you turn this?)



When you are drunk, it feels like everything take you forever to do/it feels like it take forever to do things. (Which is correct? Is there a difference?


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It is better if you post unrelated questions each as a separate thread. I for one am reluctant to tackle multi-part questions like this one.

anonymousThe kids emptied the bottle of soap in the bath. We came in to a lather/came in once the soap had lathered and overflown in banks. We decide to clean it tomorrow. When we came in the next morning. The bubbles had _______. (Disappeared)? (What goes in the blank? Vaporized?

The kids emptied the bottle of bubble bath into the tub. We came in only after it had foamed up and overflowed in heaps. We decide to clean it up tomorrow. When we came in the next morning, the bubbles had _______. (Disappeared)? (What goes in the blank? Vaporized?

"Vaporized" is not good. You could say "disappeared", "vanished" or "gone", to give you three.

anonymousIf the sink/drain can’t drain as fast as the water is filling it/filling up in the sink, it must be clogged. (How would you turn this?)

If the sink drain can’t drain as fast as the water is coming in, it must be clogged.

I tried to change as little as possible.

anonymousWhen you are drunk, it feels like everything take you forever to do/it feels like it take forever to do things. (Which is correct? Is there a difference?

You had "take", and you needed "takes". I see no difference between the two sentences.