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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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No new posts Phrase: Never begin 'Dear Friend' You should address your friends by their names
10 Muin 1743 Tue Oct 06, 2009 19:15 pm
Kitosdad Phrase: Never begin 'Dear Friend' You should address your friends by their names
No new posts Phrasal verb "Draw on"
5 Bulone 1334 Tue Oct 06, 2009 17:47 pm
Cerberus™ Phrasal verb "Draw on"
No new posts Instruction for the convenience of me
1 Emtiaz Joardar 855 Tue Oct 06, 2009 17:02 pm
Cerberus™ Instruction for the convenience of me
No new posts Error detection: Before the automobile, the horse drawn carriage was the primary
1 Ov4nz 2300 Tue Oct 06, 2009 16:56 pm
Cerberus™ Error detection: Before the automobile, the horse drawn carriage was the primary
No new posts Expression "Not necessarily"
3 Bulone 1025 Tue Oct 06, 2009 15:45 pm
Cerberus™ Expression "Not necessarily"
No new posts What is "scaffolding" in teaching a language?
1 Muin 1688 Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:47 am
Sweetpumpkin What is "scaffolding" in teaching a language?
No new posts Difference between 'drop' and 'drip'?
3 Abrarmohamed 4822 Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:11 am
Abrarmohamed Difference between 'drop' and 'drip'?
No new posts in vs at
2 Untaught 817 Tue Oct 06, 2009 7:34 am
Untaught in vs at
No new posts meaning of "least of all".
2 Sonia* 773 Tue Oct 06, 2009 5:17 am
Sonia* meaning of "least of all".
No new posts English Structure and vocabulary
4 Abrarmohamed 2646 Tue Oct 06, 2009 2:21 am
Abrarmohamed English Structure and vocabulary
No new posts What are the difference between safe and secure?
2 Littledanniel 4283 Tue Oct 06, 2009 2:10 am
Littledanniel What are the difference between safe and secure?
No new posts present simple or simple present? which one is the correct one?
3 Sasa66 1276 Mon Oct 05, 2009 22:50 pm
Cerberus™ present simple or simple present? which one is the correct one?
No new posts Cloudy vs Foggy
1 Edgarlandia 3260 Mon Oct 05, 2009 22:37 pm
Cerberus™ Cloudy vs Foggy
No new posts "Fishing in the river" or "Fishing on the river"?
2 Carvalho 898 Mon Oct 05, 2009 22:23 pm
Carvalho "Fishing in the river" or "Fishing on the river"?
No new posts Expression "Walls are closing in"
2 Bulone 5450 Mon Oct 05, 2009 21:23 pm
Bulone Expression "Walls are closing in"
No new posts "While I was on the airplane" or "While I was in the airplane"
1 Carvalho 2191 Mon Oct 05, 2009 20:32 pm
Cerberus™ "While I was on the airplane" or "While I was in the airplane"
No new posts was vs were (My perfect holidays was or were?)
1 Carvalho 7893 Mon Oct 05, 2009 20:20 pm
Cerberus™ was vs were (My perfect holidays was or were?)
No new posts I met a lot of people who /with whom I may stay in contact?
1 Carvalho 1029 Mon Oct 05, 2009 20:15 pm
Cerberus™ I met a lot of people who /with whom I may stay in contact?
No new posts Happen in the past (Last Vacation in Malang)
0 Guruh 2659 Mon Oct 05, 2009 19:10 pm
Guruh Happen in the past (Last Vacation in Malang)
No new posts 'He is a bit of a character'
6 Hedonist 9828 Mon Oct 05, 2009 18:58 pm
Shinohao 'He is a bit of a character'
No new posts A way to make yourself understood?
5 Torsten 935 Mon Oct 05, 2009 18:45 pm
Cerberus™ A way to make yourself understood?
No new posts the sun don't shine v.s. the sun doesn't shine
5 Lost_Soul 5460 Mon Oct 05, 2009 18:11 pm
Shinohao the sun don't shine v.s. the sun doesn't shine
No new posts Past simple in a report
2 Binbin93 1871 Mon Oct 05, 2009 14:26 pm
Binbin93 Past simple in a report
No new posts difference between 'scenery and landscape'
1 Dsupic 2699 Mon Oct 05, 2009 14:14 pm
Mister Micawber difference between 'scenery and landscape'
No new posts The old nurse got up TO PUT (up putting) the child upon the woman's knee.
1 Ra Ny 928 Mon Oct 05, 2009 14:13 pm
Mister Micawber The old nurse got up TO PUT (up putting) the child upon the woman's knee.
No new posts "Hold off" vs "hold up"
4 Pauline2009 2088 Mon Oct 05, 2009 13:01 pm
Cerberus™ "Hold off" vs "hold up"
No new posts Proofreading: Being encouraged again after I read a lot of articles in press...
1 Chaos 948 Mon Oct 05, 2009 12:43 pm
Cerberus™ Proofreading: Being encouraged again after I read a lot of articles in press...
No new posts Meaning of the sentence: Everybody takes me for granted.
3 Sonia* 1431 Mon Oct 05, 2009 12:16 pm
Sonia* Meaning of the sentence: Everybody takes me for granted.
No new posts Sentence: I would like to apply for any job in Essex area as long as accommo...
3 Veto18 2584 Mon Oct 05, 2009 12:09 pm
Kitosdad Sentence: I would like to apply for any job in Essex area as long as accommo...
No new posts It is important for you to vs It is important to
2 Kwfine 1163 Mon Oct 05, 2009 7:47 am
Kwfine It is important for you to vs It is important to
No new posts Use of 'been'
12 Sonubajwa2003 1791 Mon Oct 05, 2009 1:42 am
Infin1ty Use of 'been'
No new posts difference between come and go
2 Sweetpumpkin 11120 Sun Oct 04, 2009 22:52 pm
Cerberus™ difference between come and go
No new posts Antonym of moutained
2 Sonia* 765 Sun Oct 04, 2009 18:23 pm
Sonia* Antonym of moutained
No new posts Pretty (adverb)
4 Levon 1902 Sun Oct 04, 2009 14:55 pm
Levon Pretty (adverb)
No new posts Present Perfect Continuous?
8 Levon 1418 Sun Oct 04, 2009 14:46 pm
Levon Present Perfect Continuous?
No new posts What's the meaning of "The original wire was for $2,000"?
2 Maggie 1031 Sun Oct 04, 2009 13:40 pm
Cerberus™ What's the meaning of "The original wire was for $2,000"?
No new posts 'it' in infinitive construction
4 Pokemon 1331 Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:26 am
Pokemon 'it' in infinitive construction
No new posts Isolation
2 Bulone 914 Sun Oct 04, 2009 3:31 am
Bulone Isolation
No new posts As much as...
3 Bulone 772 Sun Oct 04, 2009 3:01 am
Cerberus™ As much as...
No new posts Letter O
1 Konnova 999 Sun Oct 04, 2009 1:41 am
Cerberus™ Letter O
No new posts Discuss the words
2 Nainajain 1137 Sun Oct 04, 2009 0:26 am
Caroline_1 Discuss the words
No new posts When I use this and that?
10 Uei 1429 Sat Oct 03, 2009 15:31 pm
Yuri Yurinov When I use this and that?
No new posts Using the word supposed.
1 5iveplusone 2655 Sat Oct 03, 2009 14:37 pm
Cerberus™ Using the word supposed.
No new posts How to make a report?
1 Binbin93 2701 Sat Oct 03, 2009 14:06 pm
Kitosdad How to make a report?
No new posts Price reference: The cost of changing out is too high after price referenced.
2 Binbin93 870 Sat Oct 03, 2009 12:49 pm
Binbin93 Price reference: The cost of changing out is too high after price referenced.
No new posts To + not infinitive?
3 Nuggle 1401 Sat Oct 03, 2009 12:13 pm
Esl_Expert To + not infinitive?
No new posts When do we use 'I hope so' and 'I hope not'? Is there a rule?
4 Detlef 36436 Sat Oct 03, 2009 5:17 am
Cerberus™ When do we use 'I hope so' and 'I hope not'? Is there a rule?
No new posts Anyway vs. Anyways
2 Li Chyan 1209 Sat Oct 03, 2009 3:42 am
Cerberus™ Anyway vs. Anyways
No new posts Question: I had to do it -- did I...?
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15 Avance70 2154 Fri Oct 02, 2009 16:58 pm
Esl_Expert Question: I had to do it -- did I...?
No new posts Use simple past instead of present perfect or even past perfect when I'm talking
2 Hindo 1709 Fri Oct 02, 2009 8:53 am
Slava Use simple past instead of present perfect or even past perfect when I'm talking
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