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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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No new posts The best answer: A good exercise program helps teach (A) people to avoid...
5 Giang93 1189 Tue Mar 10, 2009 23:00 pm
Williamgeorge The best answer: A good exercise program helps teach (A) people to avoid...
No new posts The guy that saw my brother. vs The guy who saw my brother.
2 Huda2 757 Tue Mar 10, 2009 22:33 pm
Huda2 The guy that saw my brother. vs The guy who saw my brother.
No new posts There is vs. There are
3 Li Chyan 826 Tue Mar 10, 2009 20:38 pm
Li Chyan There is vs. There are
No new posts Part or percentage of a group - singular or plural?
4 BlackBird77 3332 Tue Mar 10, 2009 18:19 pm
BlackBird77 Part or percentage of a group - singular or plural?
No new posts meaning of "grounded'
1 Ganesh 5103 Tue Mar 10, 2009 18:18 pm
Milanya meaning of "grounded'
No new posts Having Begun
3 Serzige 2127 Tue Mar 10, 2009 17:18 pm
Serzige Having Begun
No new posts Pin a rose on your nose
2 NinaZara 5735 Tue Mar 10, 2009 16:19 pm
NinaZara Pin a rose on your nose
No new posts Meaning of 'Solemn promise'
6 Ganesh 3694 Tue Mar 10, 2009 14:59 pm
Infin1ty Meaning of 'Solemn promise'
No new posts Usage of 'push sth forward'
1 Daemon99 1143 Tue Mar 10, 2009 14:55 pm
Milanya Usage of 'push sth forward'
No new posts What is "blue book"?
2 Gray 843 Tue Mar 10, 2009 14:46 pm
Kitosdad What is "blue book"?
No new posts Would rather X Prefer... difference?
4 InsaneMetal 4611 Tue Mar 10, 2009 14:43 pm
InsaneMetal Would rather X Prefer... difference?
No new posts What does 'learn the hard way' mean?
3 Infin1ty 4749 Tue Mar 10, 2009 14:42 pm
Harry_Ph What does 'learn the hard way' mean?
No new posts a lot vs lot vs lots
5 Daemon99 796 Tue Mar 10, 2009 14:31 pm
Alan a lot vs lot vs lots
No new posts Bank letter: Wrongly debited bank charges of Rs.90/- in my A/c
1 Dhara 11972 Tue Mar 10, 2009 13:35 pm
Kitosdad Bank letter: Wrongly debited bank charges of Rs.90/- in my A/c
No new posts Use of 'wonder' (yes I wonder if you could possibly help me young man)
8 Ganesh 5162 Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:58 pm
Infin1ty Use of 'wonder' (yes I wonder if you could possibly help me young man)
No new posts present perfect continuous vs present continuous
1 Daemon99 805 Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:53 pm
Tamta present perfect continuous vs present continuous
No new posts Usage of 'rush in'
1 Daemon99 613 Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:24 pm
Kitosdad Usage of 'rush in'
No new posts Is it correct to say '"You can't love and hate me simultaneuosly"?
1 Twilit1988 625 Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:16 pm
Kitosdad Is it correct to say '"You can't love and hate me simultaneuosly"?
No new posts Is it correct to say 'you made a typo'?
3 Twilit1988 8963 Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:00 pm
Twilit1988 Is it correct to say 'you made a typo'?
No new posts Gerund or participle
1 Lephuoc 822 Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:59 am
Tamta Gerund or participle
No new posts Idioms in context: It is too hot and you are walking barefoot on the road...
2 Gray 915 Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:28 am
Gray Idioms in context: It is too hot and you are walking barefoot on the road...
No new posts definition of verb
1 Amodash 847 Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:20 am
Kitosdad definition of verb
No new posts Explaining verbs? How to explain verb easily?
1 Amodash 8266 Tue Mar 10, 2009 10:50 am
Kitosdad Explaining verbs? How to explain verb easily?
No new posts Confused with using article, gerund verb and noun
1 Tsy 1128 Tue Mar 10, 2009 10:39 am
Lephuoc Confused with using article, gerund verb and noun
No new posts A dilemma -- quandary or disarray?
1 Gray 1726 Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:31 am
Tamta A dilemma -- quandary or disarray?
No new posts "in general" versus "generally"
4 Harry_Ph 7380 Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:21 am
Harry_Ph "in general" versus "generally"
No new posts Run-on sentence? (If there are students and parents interested in attending...)
1 Siupak 744 Tue Mar 10, 2009 5:13 am
Kitosdad Run-on sentence? (If there are students and parents interested in attending...)
No new posts Grammar form 'You should go the doctor'
2 BeetleBum 4528 Mon Mar 09, 2009 21:08 pm
BeetleBum Grammar form 'You should go the doctor'
No new posts difference between moisture and humidity?
2 Sultano 4784 Mon Mar 09, 2009 21:07 pm
Kitosdad difference between moisture and humidity?
No new posts "to make exercises" vs "to do exercises"
2 Inga 7586 Mon Mar 09, 2009 21:06 pm
Inga "to make exercises" vs "to do exercises"
No new posts go up and go down
1 Ganesh 1545 Mon Mar 09, 2009 19:37 pm
Kitosdad go up and go down
No new posts Should I use 'chats' logs' or chat's log'?
2 Twilit1988 677 Mon Mar 09, 2009 17:10 pm
Twilit1988 Should I use 'chats' logs' or chat's log'?
No new posts Memory of a goldfish?
6 Hongdung 3999 Mon Mar 09, 2009 17:07 pm
Hongdung Memory of a goldfish?
No new posts Should I use swear-word or swear-words?
6 Twilit1988 1176 Mon Mar 09, 2009 16:54 pm
Twilit1988 Should I use swear-word or swear-words?
No new posts Reconcile to, reconcile with ... which is correct?
1 Dmitry_V 6487 Mon Mar 09, 2009 16:35 pm
Milanya Reconcile to, reconcile with ... which is correct?
No new posts When do we use a comma with 'too'?
1 SkiIucK 1468 Mon Mar 09, 2009 15:51 pm
Milanya When do we use a comma with 'too'?
No new posts Being bottled up is much like watching grass grow
8 Tunele 1469 Mon Mar 09, 2009 15:18 pm
Tunele Being bottled up is much like watching grass grow
No new posts Usage of the phrase "just now"?
7 Buki_Ako 3665 Mon Mar 09, 2009 15:15 pm
Gray Usage of the phrase "just now"?
No new posts Usage of 'stay regular'
5 Ganesh 688 Mon Mar 09, 2009 14:43 pm
Milanya Usage of 'stay regular'
No new posts Have to and Will have to (I have work to do. I have to do it tomorrow.)
3 Giovanni 1137 Mon Mar 09, 2009 13:54 pm
AmYankee Have to and Will have to (I have work to do. I have to do it tomorrow.)
No new posts labour vs labor
4 Tilt 49926 Mon Mar 09, 2009 9:57 am
Jamie (K) labour vs labor
No new posts Question: Pumas never attack a human being except ... conered.
2 Infin1ty 930 Mon Mar 09, 2009 6:04 am
Infin1ty Question: Pumas never attack a human being except ... conered.
No new posts is gone / has gone (She has gone. vs She is gone.)
4 Phoo 1713 Mon Mar 09, 2009 1:31 am
Phoo is gone / has gone (She has gone. vs She is gone.)
No new posts Curiosity about "At least"
5 Vsherry 1346 Sun Mar 08, 2009 20:33 pm
Vsherry Curiosity about "At least"
No new posts Sentence: I'm sure you will have your pleasure...
3 Infin1ty 2356 Sun Mar 08, 2009 19:36 pm
Kitosdad Sentence: I'm sure you will have your pleasure...
No new posts Usage of lie, lay, lie
3 Noren 1043 Sun Mar 08, 2009 19:17 pm
Tilt Usage of lie, lay, lie
No new posts Prepositions: across or over? He goes across the bridge. vs over the bridge.
3 Wesam 6871 Sun Mar 08, 2009 18:36 pm
Wesam Prepositions: across or over? He goes across the bridge. vs over the bridge.
No new posts Can I say 'problems with downloading"?
2 Twilit1988 720 Sun Mar 08, 2009 17:29 pm
Volcano1985 Can I say 'problems with downloading"?
No new posts Tucked in or what?
13 Torsten 2054 Sun Mar 08, 2009 15:11 pm
Milanya Tucked in or what?
No new posts The meaning of "Prospect"
1 Hommeaffaire 2822 Sun Mar 08, 2009 14:55 pm
Milanya The meaning of "Prospect"
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