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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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No new posts Reconcile to, reconcile with ... which is correct?
1 Dmitry_V 6454 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 1466 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 1465 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 3649 Mon Mar 09, 2009 15:15 pm
Gray Usage of the phrase "just now"?
No new posts Usage of 'stay regular'
5 Ganesh 685 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 1132 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 49902 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 928 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 1707 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 1344 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 2353 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 1041 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 6856 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 717 Sun Mar 08, 2009 17:29 pm
Volcano1985 Can I say 'problems with downloading"?
No new posts Tucked in or what?
13 Torsten 2053 Sun Mar 08, 2009 15:11 pm
Milanya Tucked in or what?
No new posts The meaning of "Prospect"
1 Hommeaffaire 2819 Sun Mar 08, 2009 14:55 pm
Milanya The meaning of "Prospect"
No new posts have or havn't: Haven't you been to New York? - No, I haven't / No, I have
2 Huda2 4539 Sun Mar 08, 2009 14:54 pm
Huda2 have or havn't: Haven't you been to New York? - No, I haven't / No, I have
No new posts Usage of 'so much', 'so much as', 'as much', 'much as'
3 Huda2 4774 Sun Mar 08, 2009 14:36 pm
Huda2 Usage of 'so much', 'so much as', 'as much', 'much as'
No new posts Is it a slip - "wasn't particular interested"?
2 Gray 1479 Sun Mar 08, 2009 14:31 pm
Gray Is it a slip - "wasn't particular interested"?
No new posts Help: I've only been 'informatic active' on professional grounds, for laboral...
5 Ester1 1247 Sun Mar 08, 2009 14:22 pm
Kitosdad Help: I've only been 'informatic active' on professional grounds, for laboral...
No new posts I don't feel like vs I 'm not in a mood
1 Majid72 1673 Sun Mar 08, 2009 14:05 pm
Kitosdad I don't feel like vs I 'm not in a mood
No new posts Grammar rules help
3 CheshireCat 3096 Sun Mar 08, 2009 13:44 pm
Infin1ty Grammar rules help
No new posts Email message: Since last three months my Internet is not working and I have many
1 Dhara 1396 Sun Mar 08, 2009 13:30 pm
Kitosdad Email message: Since last three months my Internet is not working and I have many
No new posts Letter: Dear Sir, I would like to inform you that I purchased Maruti Swift VDI...
0 Dhara 4447 Sun Mar 08, 2009 12:58 pm
Dhara Letter: Dear Sir, I would like to inform you that I purchased Maruti Swift VDI...
No new posts Expression "Think Small"
5 Volcano1985 1326 Sun Mar 08, 2009 11:39 am
Volcano1985 Expression "Think Small"
No new posts Of who are you speaking? vs Of whom are you speaking?
3 Huda2 1030 Sun Mar 08, 2009 10:38 am
Kitosdad Of who are you speaking? vs Of whom are you speaking?
No new posts Evidences? (Is evidence countable?)
7 Torsten 14864 Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:15 am
AmYankee Evidences? (Is evidence countable?)
No new posts Sentence: The market has revealed many situations in which the lender in the...
1 LearnEnglish 859 Sat Mar 07, 2009 21:36 pm
Kitosdad Sentence: The market has revealed many situations in which the lender in the...
No new posts What is the meaning of "stay regular'?
4 Ganesh 1686 Sat Mar 07, 2009 18:03 pm
Kitosdad What is the meaning of "stay regular'?
No new posts 50 yeasrs and 5 minutes
2 Ganesh 629 Sat Mar 07, 2009 17:37 pm
Ganesh 50 yeasrs and 5 minutes
No new posts The difference between couldn't do, couldn't have done and can't have done
0 Osakaki 3178 Sat Mar 07, 2009 17:09 pm
Osakaki The difference between couldn't do, couldn't have done and can't have done
No new posts in spite of and despit of
2 Huda2 1709 Sat Mar 07, 2009 16:16 pm
Huda2 in spite of and despit of
No new posts the difference between to and for
4 Huda2 1020 Sat Mar 07, 2009 15:59 pm
Kitosdad the difference between to and for
No new posts either vs neither
2 Huda2 3153 Sat Mar 07, 2009 15:53 pm
Huda2 either vs neither
No new posts How do chess pieces move? What do ladders cast? How does something sound?
1 SkiIucK 871 Sat Mar 07, 2009 15:18 pm
Kitosdad How do chess pieces move? What do ladders cast? How does something sound?
No new posts What does 'long a standard treatment' mean?
2 Infin1ty 726 Sat Mar 07, 2009 15:13 pm
Infin1ty What does 'long a standard treatment' mean?
No new posts What does "Parent's evening" means?
2 Hongdung 1520 Sat Mar 07, 2009 13:57 pm
Hongdung What does "Parent's evening" means?
No new posts What a fuss...
2 Chesman 924 Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:56 pm
Chesman What a fuss...
No new posts Sentence: It was such a strong memory, but I don't even know what it was.
2 Hongdung 671 Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:23 pm
Torsten Sentence: It was such a strong memory, but I don't even know what it was.
No new posts Phrase: How language can affects our writing
1 3ayesh 744 Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:20 pm
Jamie (K) Phrase: How language can affects our writing
No new posts Ready to download vs. ready to be downloaded?
5 Torsten 945 Sat Mar 07, 2009 10:33 am
Torsten Ready to download vs. ready to be downloaded?
No new posts Sentence: Sometimes, I feel that I'm not even near the same person...
2 Infin1ty 968 Sat Mar 07, 2009 9:36 am
Infin1ty Sentence: Sometimes, I feel that I'm not even near the same person...
No new posts Can you rephrase my statements? - I execrate those people who abandon their...
3 Twilit1988 3388 Sat Mar 07, 2009 7:48 am
Twilit1988 Can you rephrase my statements? - I execrate those people who abandon their...
No new posts Usage of might, would, could
1 Huda2 1104 Sat Mar 07, 2009 2:39 am
Tareq10 Usage of might, would, could
No new posts Where is a mistake? - The patient's mind was lucid during the evaluation.
6 Tilt 1812 Fri Mar 06, 2009 22:58 pm
Tilt Where is a mistake? - The patient's mind was lucid during the evaluation.
No new posts Synonyms to the word 'cool'
7 Inga 4008 Fri Mar 06, 2009 21:44 pm
Inga Synonyms to the word 'cool'
No new posts Can I say 'Your dad is calling you on the roof'?
2 Twilit1988 931 Fri Mar 06, 2009 16:10 pm
Twilit1988 Can I say 'Your dad is calling you on the roof'?
No new posts Couldn't have vs Couldn't have been (I couldn't have done it without you.)
2 Nene4english 1046 Fri Mar 06, 2009 15:28 pm
Nene4english Couldn't have vs Couldn't have been (I couldn't have done it without you.)
No new posts asking about phrasal verbs
2 Tas 1195 Fri Mar 06, 2009 15:24 pm
Tas asking about phrasal verbs
No new posts Direct object or indirect object
3 Lephuoc 1276 Fri Mar 06, 2009 13:00 pm
Uzma Fazlani Direct object or indirect object
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