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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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No new posts Sentence: Almost no commentator that has ever written about (ice cream),...
3 Unomyname 1150 Thu Apr 09, 2009 3:24 am
Kitosdad Sentence: Almost no commentator that has ever written about (ice cream),...
No new posts quite vs very
2 Lephuoc 3358 Thu Apr 09, 2009 1:40 am
Lephuoc quite vs very
No new posts Close vs shut
1 Ganesh 828 Wed Apr 08, 2009 19:34 pm
Kitosdad Close vs shut
No new posts How to find the noun from verb or adjective ... and adjectives from verbs?
9 Karim 17386 Wed Apr 08, 2009 18:37 pm
Kitosdad How to find the noun from verb or adjective ... and adjectives from verbs?
No new posts Is the word food singular or plural?
6 Anubha 39015 Wed Apr 08, 2009 16:27 pm
Milanya Is the word food singular or plural?
No new posts Mr Smith won't probably be available. vs Mr Smith probably won't be available.
1 Julie Murez 1290 Wed Apr 08, 2009 15:20 pm
Kitosdad Mr Smith won't probably be available. vs Mr Smith probably won't be available.
No new posts Could I use "good steel with best processing" to describe a sword?
3 Infin1ty 1003 Wed Apr 08, 2009 15:10 pm
Kitosdad Could I use "good steel with best processing" to describe a sword?
No new posts Verb agreement: On the desk, there are/is a pen and a book.
4 Josef Ho 4769 Wed Apr 08, 2009 14:04 pm
Milanya Verb agreement: On the desk, there are/is a pen and a book.
No new posts Alternatives for 'slide down'
3 Daemon99 731 Wed Apr 08, 2009 12:32 pm
Kitosdad Alternatives for 'slide down'
No new posts After he knows the news, I hope he will feel better.
1 Sitifan 953 Wed Apr 08, 2009 12:00 pm
Kitosdad After he knows the news, I hope he will feel better.
No new posts Phrase: "I can't hear you. Your voices are too small."
6 Aizz98 1529 Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:43 am
Aizz98 Phrase: "I can't hear you. Your voices are too small."
No new posts Sentence: All the substances in the world exist in one of the three states...
2 Infin1ty 744 Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:32 am
Infin1ty Sentence: All the substances in the world exist in one of the three states...
No new posts Usage of 'prefer'
1 Daemon99 772 Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:04 am
Kitosdad Usage of 'prefer'
No new posts What's the meaning of 'subject to'?
2 Infin1ty 24836 Wed Apr 08, 2009 5:56 am
Infin1ty What's the meaning of 'subject to'?
No new posts Meaning of 'one'
2 Klpno 632 Wed Apr 08, 2009 0:58 am
Klpno Meaning of 'one'
No new posts Immigration in Taiwan, is it good or bad?
3 Maggie 1261 Wed Apr 08, 2009 0:56 am
Mister Micawber Immigration in Taiwan, is it good or bad?
No new posts Sentence: Be enrolled at Temple as a matriculated student on at least half-time
2 Mrxkms 1183 Wed Apr 08, 2009 0:27 am
Mister Micawber Sentence: Be enrolled at Temple as a matriculated student on at least half-time
No new posts University's tuition: Graduate (Per cridet hour) $837
1 Mrxkms 787 Wed Apr 08, 2009 0:24 am
Mister Micawber University's tuition: Graduate (Per cridet hour) $837
No new posts Proverb: Eat big chew, but don't speak big
1 Volcano1985 764 Tue Apr 07, 2009 19:57 pm
Milanya Proverb: Eat big chew, but don't speak big
No new posts the benefit of the doubt
1 Sonichka 963 Tue Apr 07, 2009 18:21 pm
Milanya the benefit of the doubt
No new posts "get off the car" vs "get out of the car"
2 Pdarlyn1 16143 Tue Apr 07, 2009 18:19 pm
Milanya "get off the car" vs "get out of the car"
No new posts About the abreviations used in the spoken language, for example gonna, etc.
3 Toņis 1447 Tue Apr 07, 2009 17:15 pm
Toņis About the abreviations used in the spoken language, for example gonna, etc.
No new posts Two tenses in one sentence
8 Rikatang 1653 Tue Apr 07, 2009 16:03 pm
Rikatang Two tenses in one sentence
No new posts Usage of 'shoot' for 'email'
3 Daemon99 6327 Tue Apr 07, 2009 15:42 pm
Skrej Usage of 'shoot' for 'email'
No new posts Usage of present perfect tense
1 Daemon99 867 Tue Apr 07, 2009 15:30 pm
Kitosdad Usage of present perfect tense
No new posts Usage of 'see' and 'bottom of the thread'
1 Daemon99 627 Tue Apr 07, 2009 14:45 pm
Milanya Usage of 'see' and 'bottom of the thread'
No new posts hard vs. hardly, most vs. mostly
1 Luong 4254 Tue Apr 07, 2009 13:12 pm
Jimwth hard vs. hardly, most vs. mostly
No new posts Frayed edges of the Iron Curtain
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16 Ahmadov 2070 Tue Apr 07, 2009 12:03 pm
Ahmadov Frayed edges of the Iron Curtain
No new posts What is the definition of teacher?
1 Suba1 2347 Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:40 am
Torsten What is the definition of teacher?
No new posts What does 'Capital Avoidance' mean?
4 Infin1ty 4022 Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:06 am
Infin1ty What does 'Capital Avoidance' mean?
No new posts Usage of hope
1 Daemon99 707 Tue Apr 07, 2009 6:10 am
Skrej Usage of hope
No new posts Adjectives that can't be used as comparatives a/o superlatives
4 Jesus 766 Tue Apr 07, 2009 6:07 am
Skrej Adjectives that can't be used as comparatives a/o superlatives
No new posts wear vs put on
3 Daemon99 3851 Tue Apr 07, 2009 5:58 am
Skrej wear vs put on
No new posts Does a subjunctive sub-clause always require a subjunctive main clause?
4 Siamtos 884 Tue Apr 07, 2009 3:00 am
Siamtos Does a subjunctive sub-clause always require a subjunctive main clause?
No new posts Help with a few simple descriptions: Special ability #2: Heal the target for 241
13 Avance70 1624 Mon Apr 06, 2009 21:35 pm
Jimwth Help with a few simple descriptions: Special ability #2: Heal the target for 241
No new posts "I guess" vs "I am guessing"
1 Penuel 946 Mon Apr 06, 2009 20:18 pm
Alan "I guess" vs "I am guessing"
No new posts Usage of "hot stuff"
6 Petchnamnung 1175 Mon Apr 06, 2009 19:51 pm
Koka Usage of "hot stuff"
No new posts Pronouns for animate and inanimate objects
3 Lenakul 5800 Mon Apr 06, 2009 17:06 pm
Lenakul Pronouns for animate and inanimate objects
No new posts 'belongs to' vs 'is belonged to'
9 Charlottef4 10768 Mon Apr 06, 2009 16:39 pm
Charlottef4 'belongs to' vs 'is belonged to'
No new posts Usage of 'flee away'
2 Daemon99 4476 Mon Apr 06, 2009 15:58 pm
Kitosdad Usage of 'flee away'
No new posts Is my interpretation correct: you see someone(man) plucking flowers from the tree
1 Purley 819 Mon Apr 06, 2009 15:21 pm
Skrej Is my interpretation correct: you see someone(man) plucking flowers from the tree
No new posts 'picking up the phone' vs 'taking my call'
1 Daemon99 8185 Mon Apr 06, 2009 15:04 pm
Skrej 'picking up the phone' vs 'taking my call'
No new posts flies by vs flies
1 Daemon99 620 Mon Apr 06, 2009 14:54 pm
Skrej flies by vs flies
No new posts Forms of address in a royal family
2 Ngjacie 2333 Mon Apr 06, 2009 11:58 am
Ngjacie Forms of address in a royal family
No new posts Grammar structure "fail to do something"
7 Huyen Nghiem 6801 Mon Apr 06, 2009 9:01 am
Jimwth Grammar structure "fail to do something"
No new posts Sentence: I've been smoking.
3 Anna.ha 908 Mon Apr 06, 2009 8:36 am
Jamilion Sentence: I've been smoking.
No new posts Usage of abreviation R.H.
3 Abonoor7 1313 Mon Apr 06, 2009 6:28 am
Torsten Usage of abreviation R.H.
No new posts Cash Financing
4 Davy07 1002 Sun Apr 05, 2009 20:21 pm
Davy07 Cash Financing
No new posts You are like my hopes that fly drop by drop
3 Volcano1985 755 Sun Apr 05, 2009 14:25 pm
Kitosdad You are like my hopes that fly drop by drop
No new posts does all verbs in a sentance must in the same time?
1 Huda2 973 Sun Apr 05, 2009 14:24 pm
Mister Micawber does all verbs in a sentance must in the same time?
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