Latin Improves Grammar?
I have heard that learning 'Latin' will help improve ones English grammar and widen...
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Number Of Words To Reach Fluency?
Does anyone know if there has been a study to show how many words need to be in a...
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Ain't?
Next question I have. It's about "ain't". Once I saw ain't is used for "am not,...
Cambridge Write And Improve App?
Has anyone tried this? I just discovered it yesterday. [link]/ ...
Alternative Word For Scold?
This is my first post here at the forum. Looking forward for more and more. Consider...
I Really Need Help! Last Chance On An...
Ok I really do not know what I am doing wrong here, I have tried it twice, I think...
Forum Partition?
Hi, An inquiry about navigating the various fora: I was advised that the Who's Online...
'To Crash'?
I'm doing a presentation and I'm missing a word. It's about 9/11. I actually want...
Ambiguity Of 'Same'?
Hello everyone, I've come across a sentence I'd like to make a bit less ambiguious...
Motivation Letter Master Degree?
Hello I am writing motivation letter for Master's programme admission. The letter...
What Does This Sentence Mean?
what does this sentence mean? -"stop zipping around in big"
Increased?
Miscreants have been increased Nowadays, Miscreants have been increasing and they...
How Should "For Your Own Benefit" And...
Hi. I urgently need some advice here. Please see the following sentence. "Please...
Kilogramme?
Is 'kilogramme' a correct spelling and an alternate spelling of kilogram?
Usage Of "Last"?
Hi, I have a question. It's about the usage of "last". On the site of BBC, I...
Congratulations?
What do I say if I missed to congratulate someone on birthday or holiday? Thank...
Question About 'Whoever' Vs. 'Whomever...
What is the correct form? "I want to meet whoever bought the painting." -or- "I want...
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Insinuate?
I'm not sure if I have the spelling right but what does 'insinuate' mean?
Hobbies Lesson Plan - TEFL, Please Advise...
I've submitted this and received this feedback, please can you give me a bit of guidance...
In Search Of An English Word?
What is the word that will match in the following scenario: I have opened a folder...