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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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No new posts I would like to know whether the term is countable or uncountable.
1 Fimbriae 911 Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:15 am
Hieupt I would like to know whether the term is countable or uncountable.
No new posts Would or Will (...they could have/would have get a desease)
1 Carlos Lancita 896 Fri Sep 18, 2009 8:19 am
Alan Would or Will (...they could have/would have get a desease)
No new posts Using words: in spite of, despite, although, even though
4 Argiva 11542 Fri Sep 18, 2009 7:31 am
Torsten Using words: in spite of, despite, although, even though
No new posts Use of "otherwise conjunction"
2 Carlos Lancita 13979 Fri Sep 18, 2009 7:25 am
Carlos Lancita Use of "otherwise conjunction"
No new posts Anything vs Nothing, I only have vs I've only, There is vs There are
1 Ayan 1684 Fri Sep 18, 2009 3:47 am
Hieupt Anything vs Nothing, I only have vs I've only, There is vs There are
No new posts Speak English natively?
3 Torsten 3340 Fri Sep 18, 2009 3:11 am
Hieupt Speak English natively?
No new posts Which one can be the right application between raspy and rasping?
2 Fimbriae 896 Fri Sep 18, 2009 0:14 am
Fimbriae Which one can be the right application between raspy and rasping?
No new posts Is the adjectival term 'off-color' common in the U.S.A?
2 Fimbriae 1148 Fri Sep 18, 2009 0:11 am
Fimbriae Is the adjectival term 'off-color' common in the U.S.A?
No new posts Usage of date in the letter
1 Elliott 824 Fri Sep 18, 2009 0:04 am
Mister Micawber Usage of date in the letter
No new posts Put as an adverb or adjective in 'stay put'?
2 Torsten 1670 Thu Sep 17, 2009 23:07 pm
Torsten Put as an adverb or adjective in 'stay put'?
No new posts Expression "Full infinitive to"
2 Serzige 2485 Thu Sep 17, 2009 22:16 pm
Serzige Expression "Full infinitive to"
No new posts What can be the differences between the word 'snog' and 'smooch'?
3 Fimbriae 2434 Thu Sep 17, 2009 20:50 pm
SkiIucK What can be the differences between the word 'snog' and 'smooch'?
No new posts Minutes of meeting
3 Basharuae 1090 Thu Sep 17, 2009 19:42 pm
Cerberus™ Minutes of meeting
No new posts keep a gill open
2 Hongdung 938 Thu Sep 17, 2009 16:27 pm
Hongdung keep a gill open
No new posts Usage of at school/in school, learned/learnt
6 Penny Lane 24008 Thu Sep 17, 2009 16:00 pm
Lucci Usage of at school/in school, learned/learnt
No new posts Is the word 'bear bait' common?
8 Fimbriae 1363 Thu Sep 17, 2009 15:51 pm
Skrej Is the word 'bear bait' common?
No new posts Words, words, words
1 Alan 823 Thu Sep 17, 2009 14:47 pm
Mister Micawber Words, words, words
No new posts I have not yet been able to find out the phonetic signs of 'vellus'.
2 Fimbriae 1214 Thu Sep 17, 2009 14:45 pm
Fimbriae I have not yet been able to find out the phonetic signs of 'vellus'.
No new posts Any semantic differences among those words?
1 Fimbriae 759 Thu Sep 17, 2009 14:10 pm
Cerberus™ Any semantic differences among those words?
No new posts The chance to be an overnight success hardly ever comes up.
2 Jasna 1914 Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:35 pm
Jasna The chance to be an overnight success hardly ever comes up.
No new posts is ing form possible with modal verbs?
4 Sonia* 3881 Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:04 pm
Torsten is ing form possible with modal verbs?
No new posts Wrirting practise: Last night I read a story book written by a fantastic writer
0 Logatharshini 762 Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:51 am
Logatharshini Wrirting practise: Last night I read a story book written by a fantastic writer
No new posts About the past tense of the lexicon 'thaw.'
4 Fimbriae 2576 Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:44 am
Fimbriae About the past tense of the lexicon 'thaw.'
No new posts Idiom "at the drop of a hat"
9 Raquel Miyazaki 2169 Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:34 am
Jamie (K) Idiom "at the drop of a hat"
No new posts suck in one's cheeks
3 Hongdung 1161 Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:31 am
Jamie (K) suck in one's cheeks
No new posts If require or if required
1 David1999 18712 Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:11 am
Anglo Sax If require or if required
No new posts Is the poetic term 'wont' common?
1 Fimbriae 866 Thu Sep 17, 2009 10:59 am
Anglo Sax Is the poetic term 'wont' common?
No new posts Apostrophe Rule
4 Aikuzo 1005 Thu Sep 17, 2009 6:34 am
Fimbriae Apostrophe Rule
No new posts Read it once a day for 5 day straight
2 Aikuzo 737 Thu Sep 17, 2009 6:31 am
Fimbriae Read it once a day for 5 day straight
No new posts How to use "probably"...
10 Hieupt 8757 Thu Sep 17, 2009 6:17 am
Fimbriae How to use "probably"...
No new posts A handsome woman is it possible in modern English?
6 Yuri Yurinov 986 Thu Sep 17, 2009 6:11 am
Fimbriae A handsome woman is it possible in modern English?
No new posts Is water closet another saying of rest room?
5 Infin1ty 861 Thu Sep 17, 2009 5:19 am
Cerberus™ Is water closet another saying of rest room?
No new posts I'm not surprised he became an author. Even as a child he had a...
4 Volcano1985 859 Thu Sep 17, 2009 5:06 am
Cerberus™ I'm not surprised he became an author. Even as a child he had a...
No new posts Sentense: "I'll be at work from January"
5 Ahussain911 1051 Thu Sep 17, 2009 4:24 am
Torsten Sentense: "I'll be at work from January"
No new posts Is this subject a Gerund? Verb/Subject Agreement
1 Evalc 2080 Thu Sep 17, 2009 4:23 am
Cerberus™ Is this subject a Gerund? Verb/Subject Agreement
No new posts The lexicon 'depot.'
1 Fimbriae 852 Thu Sep 17, 2009 4:03 am
Cerberus™ The lexicon 'depot.'
No new posts Differences between ancestor and forefather
2 Rosario 2023 Thu Sep 17, 2009 1:34 am
Rosario Differences between ancestor and forefather
No new posts Confused why a question has this answer instead of another one
5 Shouvik 1389 Thu Sep 17, 2009 1:24 am
Shouvik Confused why a question has this answer instead of another one
No new posts Way too ambiguous on me.
5 Fimbriae 711 Wed Sep 16, 2009 21:49 pm
Milanya Way too ambiguous on me.
No new posts Difference between will be and would be, can be and could be
2 Sachin Tendulkar 1720 Wed Sep 16, 2009 17:40 pm
Sachin Tendulkar Difference between will be and would be, can be and could be
No new posts Primeval Soup?
1 Papatyae 2781 Wed Sep 16, 2009 14:47 pm
Cerberus™ Primeval Soup?
No new posts as your agreed or you agreed
2 Reemo 6698 Wed Sep 16, 2009 12:44 pm
Kitosdad as your agreed or you agreed
No new posts Letter to obtain a reference letter
2 Deepakk 1426 Wed Sep 16, 2009 12:42 pm
Anglo Sax Letter to obtain a reference letter
No new posts Meaning of "flippers"
2 Hongdung 1013 Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:54 am
Hongdung Meaning of "flippers"
No new posts Within today..?
3 Bestnsync 10397 Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:36 am
Bestnsync Within today..?
No new posts What does the word 'pouch' look like to you?
1 Torsten 1011 Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:35 am
Anglo Sax What does the word 'pouch' look like to you?
No new posts "tubectomy" vs "lumpectomy"
2 Fimbriae 765 Wed Sep 16, 2009 7:42 am
Kitosdad "tubectomy" vs "lumpectomy"
No new posts For many years, tourists ... to Yellowstone National Park.
2 Vuser 1143 Wed Sep 16, 2009 7:32 am
Alan For many years, tourists ... to Yellowstone National Park.
No new posts The phonetic signs of the lexicon.
3 Fimbriae 1128 Wed Sep 16, 2009 5:21 am
Cerberus™ The phonetic signs of the lexicon.
No new posts Ubqari is for your corporeal/body diseases, brain/mind tensions, and spirit
2 Twilit1988 3472 Wed Sep 16, 2009 5:17 am
Twilit1988 Ubqari is for your corporeal/body diseases, brain/mind tensions, and spirit
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