I'm Learning American English - Don't...
Could you please explain to me the above given proverb, especially the bold...
Do/Play Sports (Ame)?
Hi, speaking about American English, is there any difference between: 1. Do you...
A Team Of Experts Is/Are...
Hi, I know in American English collective nouns are treated as singular, so I say...
Understanding Clarification/Providing...
I will give the small passage first then ask the question at the end. .. Upon direct...
Go Quickly?
The summer vacation always seem to go quickly. page 1137, Macmillan English...
Parentheses - Related Terms?
Hi, speaking about North American English, what are the terms that are usually...
Until Recently?
Hi, which verb tenses can be used with "until recently"? I thought only the simple...
Go? Gone? Uh-Oh...
Hi, the verb "to go" is driving me crazy. I basically don't understand how to use...
Could You Correct My Composition?
Hi all! I need you to correct this composition I did. I was asked to write a letter...
B) Identify Five Adverbs And State The...
a) Identify five adverbs and state the syntactic function of each (modifier or...
What Is The Proper Tense For A Current...
(Sorry if this is the wrong forum to post this topic. I did not see a general grammar...
Singular Or Plural Verb?
Hi I know that in sentences like " What/All I want is/are two girls, two Ferrari...
Breakfast, A Nice Breakfast, A Breakfast...
Hello, I´m interested in using the indefinite article with the word "breakfast"...
Relate?
Hello, I don´t know why I can´t use the verb "relate" in the following context:...
How To Pronounce 'Use'?
In American English, 'use' is pronounced 2 ways. If it's used as a noun, the final...
Band Names In Ame, Singolar Or Plural...
Hi, do you also use a plural verb sometimes when referring to bands in American...
Appositives With Auxiliaries.
In American English, should an appositive used in a clause, which has auxiliaries...
Appositives With Auxiliaries.
In American English, should an appositive used in a clause, which has auxiliaries...
Is This The Correct Expression? "Schedule...
I scheduled my wedding on that day We scheduled the event in June. Are the sentences...
American English And Verb Patterns?
Is it correct to say "explain me the meaning of..." in American English?