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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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No new posts Too much load shedding in Pakistan
2 Twilit1988 1333 Wed Aug 12, 2009 14:13 pm
Foah Too much load shedding in Pakistan
No new posts The present participle can be used to describe the following verbs: come, go, sit
2 Gerald 1945 Wed Aug 12, 2009 13:26 pm
Alan The present participle can be used to describe the following verbs: come, go, sit
No new posts Phrase "My favorite colors include green and blue"
1 Paddykevin 1227 Wed Aug 12, 2009 13:15 pm
Mister Micawber Phrase "My favorite colors include green and blue"
No new posts Usage of "psychological"
2 Bulone 876 Wed Aug 12, 2009 13:05 pm
Bulone Usage of "psychological"
No new posts 'source' vs 'driving force'
1 Ilovepsycho 976 Wed Aug 12, 2009 13:03 pm
Mister Micawber 'source' vs 'driving force'
No new posts Meaning of hermeneutics and interpretation
1 Abdol 1092 Wed Aug 12, 2009 13:01 pm
Mister Micawber Meaning of hermeneutics and interpretation
No new posts Difference between haggle and chaffer?
1 Volcano1985 957 Wed Aug 12, 2009 12:54 pm
Mister Micawber Difference between haggle and chaffer?
No new posts Is "Did I told you" correct?
5 Identitycrisis 35535 Wed Aug 12, 2009 10:39 am
Flower*** Is "Did I told you" correct?
No new posts knocking ON the door, or knocking AT the door?
3 Fee 3273 Wed Aug 12, 2009 7:50 am
Yuri Yurinov knocking ON the door, or knocking AT the door?
No new posts Phrase "goes looking to install"
2 Ksguo 1042 Wed Aug 12, 2009 2:58 am
Ksguo Phrase "goes looking to install"
No new posts Phrase: I'll be learning French on Monday morning
10 Magic Dragon 1687 Tue Aug 11, 2009 16:07 pm
Nabil Bouraoui Phrase: I'll be learning French on Monday morning
No new posts Difference between listen and hear (see vs watch vs look vs stare)
1 Misskhan 22539 Tue Aug 11, 2009 14:21 pm
Foah Difference between listen and hear (see vs watch vs look vs stare)
No new posts detailed particulars or detail particulars
1 David1999 1689 Tue Aug 11, 2009 10:17 am
Alan detailed particulars or detail particulars
No new posts Phraseith "As If He Was/Were"
3 Volcano1985 3458 Tue Aug 11, 2009 6:10 am
Morteza Phraseith "As If He Was/Were"
No new posts The plane has landed vs. is landed
1 Dev_Rudra2003 4049 Mon Aug 10, 2009 19:11 pm
Morteza The plane has landed vs. is landed
No new posts As if clauses: He said as if nothing happened, as if we could still speak out...
1 Ekrem 4299 Mon Aug 10, 2009 18:48 pm
Alan As if clauses: He said as if nothing happened, as if we could still speak out...
No new posts I like to do everything for myself. vs I like to do everything by myself.
2 Pooh 3432 Mon Aug 10, 2009 18:25 pm
Pooh I like to do everything for myself. vs I like to do everything by myself.
No new posts Can 'many' + singular noun be grammatically correct? (many a teacher)
2 Schwartz 3752 Mon Aug 10, 2009 18:16 pm
Schwartz Can 'many' + singular noun be grammatically correct? (many a teacher)
No new posts Difference between want and wanna
8 Honey2 25539 Mon Aug 10, 2009 14:58 pm
Honey2 Difference between want and wanna
No new posts Sentence: If like were always to marry like, the world would soon be full of...
1 Volcano1985 1001 Mon Aug 10, 2009 13:33 pm
Alan Sentence: If like were always to marry like, the world would soon be full of...
No new posts He used the gun in self-defence
3 Twilit1988 860 Mon Aug 10, 2009 12:03 pm
Mister Micawber He used the gun in self-defence
No new posts What is the difference between Rendez- vous and appointment
1 Muller 1693 Mon Aug 10, 2009 11:37 am
Mister Micawber What is the difference between Rendez- vous and appointment
No new posts Use of shall, should, has, have, would, could
1 Rizwan06 13872 Mon Aug 10, 2009 10:28 am
Alan Use of shall, should, has, have, would, could
No new posts I'm one of those who sometimes get sad
2 Twilit1988 1270 Sun Aug 09, 2009 20:31 pm
Icykhool I'm one of those who sometimes get sad
No new posts Abomination 'to' OR Abomination 'of'
3 Sonubajwa2003 2083 Sun Aug 09, 2009 11:28 am
Abir Abomination 'to' OR Abomination 'of'
No new posts Usage of Have and Has + P.P.?
1 Altayar 1510 Sun Aug 09, 2009 0:20 am
Thunu Usage of Have and Has + P.P.?
No new posts Sentence: Candace has a bad habit of butting in in front of others...
4 Ganesh 1570 Sat Aug 08, 2009 21:56 pm
Esl_Expert Sentence: Candace has a bad habit of butting in in front of others...
No new posts I want to listen songs. vs I want to listen to songs.
1 Jaswinder 1188 Sat Aug 08, 2009 15:45 pm
Honey2 I want to listen songs. vs I want to listen to songs.
No new posts How to use 'should someone call...'?
4 Maggie 1705 Sat Aug 08, 2009 14:30 pm
Maggie How to use 'should someone call...'?
No new posts What does "regular feature" mean?
2 Hongdung 4471 Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:32 pm
Hongdung What does "regular feature" mean?
No new posts Difference between director and manager and how can I use them correctly?
3 Randasad 11602 Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:22 pm
Jamie (K) Difference between director and manager and how can I use them correctly?
No new posts Handover vs takeover
3 Andreana 7049 Sat Aug 08, 2009 4:29 am
Kitosdad Handover vs takeover
No new posts Light up or Light?
4 Iloveenglish 1156 Sat Aug 08, 2009 1:06 am
Milanya Light up or Light?
No new posts metaphor or figurative..?
5 Hibba 4833 Fri Aug 07, 2009 23:16 pm
Rehaim metaphor or figurative..?
No new posts What does "record department" mean?
4 Hongdung 1531 Fri Aug 07, 2009 17:12 pm
Hongdung What does "record department" mean?
No new posts How British is the word 'invigilate'?
8 Torsten 2557 Fri Aug 07, 2009 16:18 pm
Esl_Expert How British is the word 'invigilate'?
No new posts Sentence: Sheila Hammond was only twenty-three when she had elected
2 Yamen 1508 Fri Aug 07, 2009 16:14 pm
Torsten Sentence: Sheila Hammond was only twenty-three when she had elected
No new posts Several slang words: funky, junky, freaky, lousy, imitating
1 Assh 4005 Fri Aug 07, 2009 15:50 pm
Milanya Several slang words: funky, junky, freaky, lousy, imitating
No new posts Sentence: ...the fruit of the perennial ragweed has blunt tubercles instead...
5 Schwartz 2249 Fri Aug 07, 2009 11:42 am
Schwartz Sentence: ...the fruit of the perennial ragweed has blunt tubercles instead...
No new posts English Noun: States are properties of times, whereas events and processes...
3 Guzhao67 1574 Fri Aug 07, 2009 10:58 am
Kitosdad English Noun: States are properties of times, whereas events and processes...
No new posts It was not to be.
2 Ksguo 1110 Fri Aug 07, 2009 9:34 am
Ksguo It was not to be.
No new posts I am sorry for not responding to your call. or Sorry for not attending your call.
1 Susima 11548 Fri Aug 07, 2009 6:11 am
Mister Micawber I am sorry for not responding to your call. or Sorry for not attending your call.
No new posts Negative sentences with until
4 Majid72 9093 Fri Aug 07, 2009 5:51 am
Majid72 Negative sentences with until
No new posts Sentence: Enroll for English course
2 Rosario 2571 Fri Aug 07, 2009 0:32 am
Rosario Sentence: Enroll for English course
No new posts Sentence: Be careful you don't get trampled in the rush (why the word trample...
1 Gerald 3393 Thu Aug 06, 2009 22:22 pm
Sunglasses Sentence: Be careful you don't get trampled in the rush (why the word trample...
No new posts answer or response?
5 Honey2 1141 Thu Aug 06, 2009 16:06 pm
Honey2 answer or response?
No new posts Problems with 'as' and 'when'
3 Saneta 889 Thu Aug 06, 2009 14:13 pm
Expatcat Problems with 'as' and 'when'
No new posts Difference between "have to" and "have got to"
1 Flower*** 1208 Thu Aug 06, 2009 13:55 pm
Mister Micawber Difference between "have to" and "have got to"
No new posts Simple present sentense: I am Reshma Pawar. I'm 26 year old. I'm married and...
1 Reshmapawar 1768 Thu Aug 06, 2009 13:54 pm
Mister Micawber Simple present sentense: I am Reshma Pawar. I'm 26 year old. I'm married and...
No new posts I have 2 more weeks to do my report. vs I have 2 weeks more to do my report.
1 Tengchhay 961 Thu Aug 06, 2009 12:42 pm
Alan I have 2 more weeks to do my report. vs I have 2 weeks more to do my report.
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