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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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No new posts Went out/goes out/gone out
14 Rosario 1543 Wed Jul 01, 2009 1:19 am
Ganesh Went out/goes out/gone out
No new posts Oftentimes usage
1 Gray 3560 Tue Jun 30, 2009 22:08 pm
Esl_Expert Oftentimes usage
No new posts Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
8 Gray 27942 Tue Jun 30, 2009 18:30 pm
Gray Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
No new posts can + have / has?
2 Schwartz 886 Tue Jun 30, 2009 16:23 pm
Schwartz can + have / has?
No new posts Grammar problem: What time will/does the program start?
5 Hotencool 1836 Tue Jun 30, 2009 12:52 pm
CambridgeGuy Grammar problem: What time will/does the program start?
No new posts Usage of suffer
3 Daemon99 736 Tue Jun 30, 2009 11:29 am
Jamie (K) Usage of suffer
No new posts Do you think there will be a need of stage, and/or intensive a/v requirements?
1 Jbaddoo 786 Tue Jun 30, 2009 11:02 am
Jamie (K) Do you think there will be a need of stage, and/or intensive a/v requirements?
No new posts Expression "boomtown rats"
13 ToŮis 1225 Tue Jun 30, 2009 10:44 am
Iraqi Expression "boomtown rats"
No new posts Phrase: Where is my notebook? I remember I put it on the desk.
4 Vishnya 1275 Tue Jun 30, 2009 9:47 am
Yemen1 Phrase: Where is my notebook? I remember I put it on the desk.
No new posts Why do we study vocabulary?
14 Thegladiator 3935 Tue Jun 30, 2009 8:17 am
Kiprida Why do we study vocabulary?
No new posts Isn't/hasn't (He isnít coming yet. vs He hasnít come yet.)
2 Rosario 4619 Tue Jun 30, 2009 7:42 am
Rosario Isn't/hasn't (He isnít coming yet. vs He hasnít come yet.)
No new posts Meaning: In a nutshell
1 K1ngk0ng 1270 Tue Jun 30, 2009 3:28 am
K1ngk0ng Meaning: In a nutshell
No new posts Difference between the adjective from verbs like selected text, written message
5 Mahmoudhassan 5316 Tue Jun 30, 2009 2:33 am
Yollyrex Difference between the adjective from verbs like selected text, written message
No new posts Slag off
3 EndlessHope 1024 Mon Jun 29, 2009 21:00 pm
EndlessHope Slag off
No new posts Travel, journey or trip?
2 EndlessHope 1069 Mon Jun 29, 2009 19:07 pm
EndlessHope Travel, journey or trip?
No new posts How British is the word 'bogie'?
12 Torsten 1576 Mon Jun 29, 2009 17:29 pm
Skrej How British is the word 'bogie'?
No new posts grammar: "rather - was/were - don't/doesn't - that"
11 Meisje 2805 Mon Jun 29, 2009 16:11 pm
Meisje grammar: "rather - was/were - don't/doesn't - that"
No new posts "for being" versus "to be"
12 Gray 965 Mon Jun 29, 2009 14:55 pm
Iraqi "for being" versus "to be"
No new posts Difference between Come here and Come over here
2 Nbvinay 3788 Mon Jun 29, 2009 13:50 pm
Nbvinay Difference between Come here and Come over here
No new posts Have you ever been to America? or Did you ever visit America?
13 Fedorov 7146 Mon Jun 29, 2009 13:25 pm
Fedorov Have you ever been to America? or Did you ever visit America?
No new posts Difference between learned and learnt
7 Nbvinay 3258 Mon Jun 29, 2009 13:08 pm
SkiIucK Difference between learned and learnt
No new posts Misrelated participle
3 Klpno 8792 Mon Jun 29, 2009 11:06 am
Klpno Misrelated participle
No new posts Expressuion: Already here
4 Rosario 832 Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:51 am
Kitosdad Expressuion: Already here
No new posts She is asking me for the loan of my car. vs She is asking me the loan of my car.
2 Hanifasmm 1023 Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:07 am
Skrej She is asking me for the loan of my car. vs She is asking me the loan of my car.
No new posts To have or to be? (Around my house IS/HAS a very beautiful garden)
8 Yargolytton 1126 Mon Jun 29, 2009 9:22 am
Iraqi To have or to be? (Around my house IS/HAS a very beautiful garden)
No new posts Phrase: I have to transfer to his room because we use parallel telephone.
2 Rosario 898 Mon Jun 29, 2009 8:55 am
Rosario Phrase: I have to transfer to his room because we use parallel telephone.
No new posts Phrasal verbs join in; work out
2 Jon 3074 Mon Jun 29, 2009 5:00 am
Khaintm Phrasal verbs join in; work out
No new posts Embarrassing but funny situation!
3 Iraqi 9105 Mon Jun 29, 2009 2:40 am
Iraqi Embarrassing but funny situation!
No new posts Usage of "potential buyers"
3 Azz 1029 Sun Jun 28, 2009 17:17 pm
Esl_Expert Usage of "potential buyers"
No new posts French words (fait accompli, coup d'etat, connoisseur, etc...)
3 SkiIucK 2142 Sun Jun 28, 2009 16:38 pm
SkiIucK French words (fait accompli, coup d'etat, connoisseur, etc...)
No new posts Meaning: Keep your comments civil and on point.
6 K1ngk0ng 5417 Sun Jun 28, 2009 15:28 pm
Esl_Expert Meaning: Keep your comments civil and on point.
No new posts Verbs require an-ing form in the complement
4 Nakamura 7262 Sun Jun 28, 2009 12:44 pm
Nakamura Verbs require an-ing form in the complement
No new posts Difference between have been and had been
7 Qwikyss 11825 Sun Jun 28, 2009 12:20 pm
Alan Difference between have been and had been
No new posts 'A lot people' or 'a lot of people'
2 Gray 11508 Sun Jun 28, 2009 12:10 pm
Danii 'A lot people' or 'a lot of people'
No new posts Usage of 'knows better' (I think I shouldn't go hiking but Grace tells me I...)
1 Azz 1193 Sun Jun 28, 2009 7:44 am
Kitosdad Usage of 'knows better' (I think I shouldn't go hiking but Grace tells me I...)
No new posts Essay: When I was nine years old on Christmas break, I never would have...
1 Kadams0021 4286 Sun Jun 28, 2009 5:10 am
Mister Micawber Essay: When I was nine years old on Christmas break, I never would have...
No new posts He went running to the park. vs He went to the park running.
2 Ricken 3366 Sun Jun 28, 2009 0:34 am
Ricken He went running to the park. vs He went to the park running.
No new posts What's the difference between 'open ended ticketsí and 'open return tickets'?
1 Akiko 2274 Sun Jun 28, 2009 0:16 am
Mister Micawber What's the difference between 'open ended ticketsí and 'open return tickets'?
No new posts Is it unfair to use 'unfair' as a verb? :)
7 Gray 2081 Sat Jun 27, 2009 18:03 pm
Iraqi Is it unfair to use 'unfair' as a verb? :)
No new posts Distinguish 'not at all' and 'not any longer'
2 Skyjan 1109 Sat Jun 27, 2009 17:51 pm
Iraqi Distinguish 'not at all' and 'not any longer'
No new posts Many a times
2 Gray 8541 Sat Jun 27, 2009 15:46 pm
Iraqi Many a times
No new posts do-make and say-tell
3 A_Quariu_s 1503 Sat Jun 27, 2009 0:45 am
A_Quariu_s do-make and say-tell
No new posts Possessive: Game ball vs Game's ball vs Ball of the game
2 Godie 1284 Fri Jun 26, 2009 21:50 pm
Godie Possessive: Game ball vs Game's ball vs Ball of the game
No new posts "all in a lump sum" vs "all in one lump sum"
1 Hanifasmm 1158 Fri Jun 26, 2009 16:19 pm
Milanya "all in a lump sum" vs "all in one lump sum"
No new posts About expression "incursion into art"
3 Micu1983 1214 Fri Jun 26, 2009 13:40 pm
Micu1983 About expression "incursion into art"
No new posts 'problems understanding his theories' vs 'problems in understanding his theories'
1 Hanifasmm 1094 Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:51 pm
Alan 'problems understanding his theories' vs 'problems in understanding his theories'
No new posts Sentence: I can never stop her ... pop music programmes on the radio.
3 Penuel 1281 Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:44 pm
Natasha81 Sentence: I can never stop her ... pop music programmes on the radio.
No new posts use of usually
2 Hotencool 2221 Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:27 pm
Hotencool use of usually
No new posts The list of winners will be announced tomorrow. vs ...will be published tomorrow
1 Anas 1053 Fri Jun 26, 2009 11:31 am
The French The list of winners will be announced tomorrow. vs ...will be published tomorrow
No new posts A news headline: why "die Thursday" not "die on Thursday"?
2 SiamS 1295 Fri Jun 26, 2009 10:48 am
SiamS A news headline: why "die Thursday" not "die on Thursday"?
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