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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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No new posts Word "Drive" as noun
1 PeaceMaker 3699 Thu Sep 10, 2009 12:54 pm
Kitosdad Word "Drive" as noun
No new posts My dog does not like her dog and they were chasing each other. We have headaches
9 Nancykkh 1341 Thu Sep 10, 2009 12:05 pm
Richard My dog does not like her dog and they were chasing each other. We have headaches
No new posts Difference between mail and post
1 JazzVess 3029 Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:12 am
Kitosdad Difference between mail and post
No new posts Usage of 'due to': William came late due to an accident.
1 Mofli 944 Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:10 am
Kitosdad Usage of 'due to': William came late due to an accident.
No new posts When have you got the rash? vs When did you get the rash?
1 Mofli 887 Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:07 am
Kitosdad When have you got the rash? vs When did you get the rash?
No new posts Keep it in a good condition. vs Keep it in good condition.
5 Juzwannabebetter 1378 Thu Sep 10, 2009 10:45 am
Richard Keep it in a good condition. vs Keep it in good condition.
No new posts "in love" or "in love with"
1 Hieupt 834 Thu Sep 10, 2009 5:05 am
Kitosdad "in love" or "in love with"
No new posts Use simple past tense when make a report about incident that happen in the past?
2 Rosario 4934 Thu Sep 10, 2009 0:44 am
Rosario Use simple past tense when make a report about incident that happen in the past?
No new posts Is it possible to separate the phrase 'require smb/sth to' in a sentence?
7 Klpno 1345 Wed Sep 09, 2009 21:48 pm
Klpno Is it possible to separate the phrase 'require smb/sth to' in a sentence?
No new posts Wimp out
3 Joao Fonseca 999 Wed Sep 09, 2009 18:45 pm
Alan Wimp out
No new posts What's the difference between 'shout' and 'yell'?
1 Akiko 6559 Wed Sep 09, 2009 13:58 pm
Alan What's the difference between 'shout' and 'yell'?
No new posts "outside" vs. "outside of"
2 Milanya 4082 Wed Sep 09, 2009 13:54 pm
Milanya "outside" vs. "outside of"
No new posts Need your assistance...
5 aina@hana 1388 Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:49 pm
Jordan Need your assistance...
No new posts Proverb: All things come to he who waits.
1 Flower*** 4033 Wed Sep 09, 2009 10:57 am
Alan Proverb: All things come to he who waits.
No new posts Not only did she go to ... but...
3 Fooz 21954 Wed Sep 09, 2009 10:56 am
ZaID Not only did she go to ... but...
No new posts He has been sleeping for five hours. vs They have been playing since four o'clock
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18 Sonia* 1659 Wed Sep 09, 2009 8:05 am
Sonia* He has been sleeping for five hours. vs They have been playing since four o'clock
No new posts 'it' confusing me in some sentences
1 Harsh Chowdhary 1027 Wed Sep 09, 2009 7:51 am
Alan 'it' confusing me in some sentences
No new posts Quick Answer Please: I want them aspiring to be...
1 Sweetpumpkin 849 Wed Sep 09, 2009 7:45 am
Alan Quick Answer Please: I want them aspiring to be...
No new posts Subjective and Objective Case
0 Derek 2251 Wed Sep 09, 2009 3:20 am
Derek Subjective and Objective Case
No new posts Long time vs long
7 Ganesh 1249 Wed Sep 09, 2009 0:22 am
Mister Micawber Long time vs long
No new posts Impose on or Impose upon?
2 Iloveenglish 14356 Tue Sep 08, 2009 20:54 pm
Jordan Impose on or Impose upon?
No new posts What is the meaning of "thats sounds economic?"
4 Nasimsuperb 1169 Tue Sep 08, 2009 20:26 pm
Milanya What is the meaning of "thats sounds economic?"
No new posts Sexiest vs the most sexy
1 Serzige 8075 Tue Sep 08, 2009 19:29 pm
Alan Sexiest vs the most sexy
No new posts Usage of until (until 2008 vs up to 2008)
3 Pavanhotscan 7772 Tue Sep 08, 2009 8:35 am
Alan Usage of until (until 2008 vs up to 2008)
No new posts little birdie vs little bird
1 Ganesh 1017 Tue Sep 08, 2009 7:27 am
Morteza little birdie vs little bird
No new posts Why the news uses present tense?
1 Sweetpumpkin 2029 Tue Sep 08, 2009 4:00 am
Rfaleet Why the news uses present tense?
No new posts The way native americans used to speak english
1 Adeodatusax 1124 Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:25 am
Mister Micawber The way native americans used to speak english
No new posts Usage of "not only... but also..."
5 Nessie 37015 Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:23 am
Richard Usage of "not only... but also..."
No new posts (the) least - (the) most
2 Avril 1306 Mon Sep 07, 2009 21:11 pm
Avril (the) least - (the) most
No new posts Grammatical mistakes: Performing server side development using Java, JDBC, Java
1 Deepakk 1140 Mon Sep 07, 2009 20:17 pm
Torsten Grammatical mistakes: Performing server side development using Java, JDBC, Java
No new posts Is have you done with your picture correct?
6 Luby 1366 Mon Sep 07, 2009 18:24 pm
Richard Is have you done with your picture correct?
No new posts meaning of the poem IF YOU FORGET ME.
0 Zilanow 2447 Mon Sep 07, 2009 16:19 pm
Zilanow meaning of the poem IF YOU FORGET ME.
No new posts Grammar: Gerund as a noun vs a noun
4 K1ngk0ng 2798 Mon Sep 07, 2009 16:18 pm
K1ngk0ng Grammar: Gerund as a noun vs a noun
No new posts Meaning: America as seen by Britons
1 K1ngk0ng 1226 Mon Sep 07, 2009 16:00 pm
Alan Meaning: America as seen by Britons
No new posts The Altor VF leverages VMsafe in kernel-mode, where all security inspections...
2 Reza699 1274 Mon Sep 07, 2009 13:13 pm
Reza699 The Altor VF leverages VMsafe in kernel-mode, where all security inspections...
No new posts "to go around" or "to go round"
1 Flower*** 1451 Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:43 am
Alan "to go around" or "to go round"
No new posts Is it correct: She's the second smartest woman in the world?
2 Marc56 1234 Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:41 am
Marc56 Is it correct: She's the second smartest woman in the world?
No new posts Sentences which are written in the present simple tense but actually that...
5 Sonia* 3074 Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:40 am
Sonia* Sentences which are written in the present simple tense but actually that...
No new posts My school teacher says 'Maintain one tense only while writing your answers'
4 Sonia* 1900 Mon Sep 07, 2009 7:51 am
Sonia* My school teacher says 'Maintain one tense only while writing your answers'
No new posts Putting S.A.T words in sentences
1 Gummy Worms 2158 Mon Sep 07, 2009 6:27 am
Skrej Putting S.A.T words in sentences
No new posts Paragraph for CV Profile
5 Alperbase 4718 Mon Sep 07, 2009 4:30 am
Alperbase Paragraph for CV Profile
No new posts How to use "its" in the sentence?
3 Rosario 1029 Mon Sep 07, 2009 0:47 am
Rosario How to use "its" in the sentence?
No new posts what's the difference between learn by and learn from?
1 Juzwannabebetter 893 Sun Sep 06, 2009 19:01 pm
Milanya what's the difference between learn by and learn from?
No new posts What is the meaning of "I'm Lovin' It"
1 Nasimsuperb 7979 Sun Sep 06, 2009 18:55 pm
Milanya What is the meaning of "I'm Lovin' It"
No new posts when can we omit the subject in a sentence?
2 Bogdanno2 3175 Sun Sep 06, 2009 18:13 pm
Bogdanno2 when can we omit the subject in a sentence?
No new posts one novel is enough to learn English?
1 Vaok 3667 Sun Sep 06, 2009 17:51 pm
Bogdanno2 one novel is enough to learn English?
No new posts Yes, it's come to that.
5 Toygirl2 1313 Sun Sep 06, 2009 17:38 pm
Alan Yes, it's come to that.
No new posts We will go shopping after the breakfast. I know there shouldn't have 'The'
1 Juzwannabebetter 2769 Sun Sep 06, 2009 16:57 pm
Alan We will go shopping after the breakfast. I know there shouldn't have 'The'
No new posts What's does "what're you up to now?" mean?
1 Fajr 26431 Sun Sep 06, 2009 13:01 pm
Alan What's does "what're you up to now?" mean?
No new posts be involved vs get involved
2 Mantser 2210 Sun Sep 06, 2009 8:27 am
Alan be involved vs get involved
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