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I don't think I can bring you to see things in my shoes . [From my English grammar book in Korean] I'd like to know why it is "see," not "seeing" Thank you in advance for your help....
 
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When will the weatherman say something reliable? Maybe, not in this millennium. Partly cloudy with occasional rain? Then what'd you call that pouring rain out the window ? [From my English grammar book in Korean] I don't think "out" can take an object without help of other prepositionsã…¡in, of. So I was wondering why it is "out the window," not "outside the window." Thank you in advance for your help....
 
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Could you explain me which one among the following is correct? "He told me that missing a couple of days wont be a problem!" or "He told me that to miss a couple of days wont be a problem!" Thank you for your help!
 
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Hello. Is the following grammatically correct? "I can't believe what I just saw. How could you do something like that?" Thanks.
 
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1) The workers on both production teams should always communicate with ________ . (A) another (B) the other (C) each (D) one another I think it's D 2) He ________ in that company when he had the chance. (A) should invest (B) would have been invested (C) could be investing (D) should have invested I think it's A or D. Please clarify. When he had the chance((as this is past perfect right) 3) A: Should people on sick leave be allowed to accumulate vacation time? B: ______ federal regulations dictate our company leave policy. (A) Lacking options, (B) We are limited because (C) It's a moot point that (D) Due to the fact that I think it's B. Please clarify with D, when we could use D the scenario in this situation? 4) We should have had the car to be repaired at the shop before trying to sell it. (Find the error) (A) should have (B) to be repaired (C) trying (D) to sell I think it's B. Please confirm all answers
 
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Is the following clear? Something about the sentence doesn't sit right with me even though, technically speaking, I think the sentence is correct. "Whether your business consists of just you, your tools, and a van or you operate a large-scale, nationwide plastering empire with many employees, we will be able to help." I think it's because the two options either side of the "or" are both quite long and have their own internal punctuation. Would a comma after "van", thus separating the two ideas, make it read better?
 
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"His head is the size of a watermelon."
 
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what is the meaning of post school qualification?
 
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If a man's job is to truck goods, and when he says to his wife that it is a week turnaround, it means that he return home: 1) in a week. 2) in two weeks.
 
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I would like to ask which of the adverbs convey the meaning that the fault is 100% belongs to somebody. 1. I assume it was alone my fault 2. I assume it was completely my fault 3. I assume it was entirely my fault 4. I assume it was singly my fault 5. I assume it was solely my fault In other words, which of the above means that " All the mistake is made by me, the others are not responsible." Thank you.
 
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Please check the sentence below. Andi Cruz, a student, must train hard at the WITS Academy to become a Guardian. I am confused in this sentence. must train hard means to take training or to give training because he is a student. How to rewrite this sentence without confusion?
 
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Please find the attached file of the signed agreement
 
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which of the following should be used in meaning of a packet of chips. a chips packet OR a chip packet Thanks.
 
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22. John lived _____Oslo for two years studying music.
 
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1) The Tailor and the Elephant were very good friends 2) a Tailor and an Elephant were very good friends. according to Article usage which sentence is correct? with reason greatly appreciate.
 
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How to say right?Or whats the difference?Thank you.
 
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Is it correct to say "She's taken a picture of."
 
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Can you please submit the below enabling the consultant to proceed with the report.
 
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For John , the new year brought disaster. [From my English grammar book in Korean] I think "for" should be used when to the object of "for," positive is the detonation or connotation of the sentence of "it" So I was wondering why it is "for John," not "to John." Thank you in advance for your help....
 
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Hi, can anyone help me to check these sentences? 1. The school has been undergoing an experiment for a long time. The experiment is to create the ultimate hope for mankind. 2. Junko Enoshima has another fateful encounter with another student. And he is none other than Ryota Mitarai.