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English Vocabulary, Grammar and Idioms

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1 Python69 3846 Wed Aug 19, 2009 19:26 pm
Torsten English Grammar Exercises with Answers
No new posts What does "I stand corrected" mean?
2 Bulone 40786 Wed Aug 19, 2009 18:19 pm
Bulone What does "I stand corrected" mean?
No new posts "effect on" or "effect to"
1 Flower*** 934 Wed Aug 19, 2009 17:05 pm
Morteza "effect on" or "effect to"
No new posts 'laugh at' vs 'laugh about' vs 'laugh with'
3 Harsh Chowdhary 8506 Wed Aug 19, 2009 16:51 pm
Harsh Chowdhary 'laugh at' vs 'laugh about' vs 'laugh with'
No new posts Do I must? vs Must I?
4 Serzige 1175 Wed Aug 19, 2009 15:08 pm
Milanya Do I must? vs Must I?
No new posts "The best" or "the better"
2 Yuri Yurinov 989 Wed Aug 19, 2009 14:45 pm
Yuri Yurinov "The best" or "the better"
No new posts Negative with comparative (need help)
4 IllahNazaruddin 3387 Wed Aug 19, 2009 14:28 pm
IllahNazaruddin Negative with comparative (need help)
No new posts Future tax payment or Next tax payment?
3 David1999 1154 Wed Aug 19, 2009 7:49 am
Stefan_V Future tax payment or Next tax payment?
No new posts What is the meaning of "random order"?
1 Nasimsuperb 3647 Wed Aug 19, 2009 7:21 am
Stefan_V What is the meaning of "random order"?
No new posts Could you speak English?
2 Rosario 1650 Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:31 am
Rosario Could you speak English?
No new posts What is the difference between siesa and take a nap?
3 Kiki 1839 Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:17 am
Skrej What is the difference between siesa and take a nap?
No new posts Passive or active? (Bidding for the projects is expected to start in September)
3 SiamS 1305 Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:01 am
Honey2 Passive or active? (Bidding for the projects is expected to start in September)
No new posts Difference between 'laxed' and 'relaxed'
2 SkiIucK 18418 Tue Aug 18, 2009 18:10 pm
SkiIucK Difference between 'laxed' and 'relaxed'
No new posts Pronunciation about 'a': pronounced as EI but sometimes as A
1 Pilar Marti Colomé 1201 Tue Aug 18, 2009 17:38 pm
Alan Pronunciation about 'a': pronounced as EI but sometimes as A
No new posts Sentence: It is the great multiplication of the productions of all the different
8 Iloveenglish 2644 Tue Aug 18, 2009 17:01 pm
Milanya Sentence: It is the great multiplication of the productions of all the different
No new posts Difference between parking place and parking lot?
6 Sspike 4293 Tue Aug 18, 2009 14:56 pm
Alan Difference between parking place and parking lot?
No new posts "On my mind" or "in my mind"?
1 David1999 2270 Tue Aug 18, 2009 13:34 pm
Alan "On my mind" or "in my mind"?
No new posts When we use the linking words for example: and, but, luckily, actually etc...?
1 Mahmed 3352 Tue Aug 18, 2009 10:52 am
Mister Micawber When we use the linking words for example: and, but, luckily, actually etc...?
No new posts would vs. used to
8 Maxno 19295 Tue Aug 18, 2009 9:45 am
Torsten would vs. used to
No new posts Examples of Hardly, scarcely and barely
7 Francisco 28339 Tue Aug 18, 2009 8:16 am
Htsea Examples of Hardly, scarcely and barely
No new posts Can we say "I'm replete", when I have had food and I am full.
4 Anupumh 4669 Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:38 am
Rosario Can we say "I'm replete", when I have had food and I am full.
No new posts Sentence: Who you want to speak to?
12 Rosario 5760 Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:21 am
Rosario Sentence: Who you want to speak to?
No new posts This vs. that
3 Haihao 25148 Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:10 am
Torsten This vs. that
No new posts When we use "do" and when "make"?
4 Kingvireaksith 3944 Tue Aug 18, 2009 5:23 am
A.indra When we use "do" and when "make"?
No new posts Difference between "Proposal" and "Engagement"
2 PeaceMaker 7208 Mon Aug 17, 2009 23:31 pm
PeaceMaker Difference between "Proposal" and "Engagement"
No new posts Sentence: Obesity is a serious problem in the industrialized world, both with...
1 Mumigirl 3184 Mon Aug 17, 2009 15:41 pm
SkiIucK Sentence: Obesity is a serious problem in the industrialized world, both with...
No new posts I wrote him a letter explaining the reasons. vs ...the reasons to him.
2 Hanifasmm 2393 Mon Aug 17, 2009 15:22 pm
Hanifasmm I wrote him a letter explaining the reasons. vs ...the reasons to him.
No new posts Can you give me a special course about time and questions about it?
1 Naima 1098 Mon Aug 17, 2009 15:06 pm
Honey2 Can you give me a special course about time and questions about it?
No new posts Leaving in Bangkok?
6 David1999 1236 Mon Aug 17, 2009 14:07 pm
Expatcat Leaving in Bangkok?
No new posts At first / First
1 Adella 1103 Mon Aug 17, 2009 13:55 pm
Alan At first / First
No new posts Ms/Miss/Mrs/Mr Please delete as applicable.
2 Iwanna 17490 Mon Aug 17, 2009 10:33 am
Iwanna Ms/Miss/Mrs/Mr Please delete as applicable.
No new posts Difference between say and tell.
3 Umamaheshwarrao 2556 Mon Aug 17, 2009 7:27 am
Mister Micawber Difference between say and tell.
No new posts Present perfect vs simple past
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22 me 11002 Mon Aug 17, 2009 7:21 am
Mister Micawber Present perfect vs simple past
No new posts Some grammatical errors: Most people have lost their jobs for months...
1 Kwfine 1144 Mon Aug 17, 2009 7:15 am
Mister Micawber Some grammatical errors: Most people have lost their jobs for months...
No new posts Differences between past perfect tense and past continuous perfect tense?
2 Ginny 3625 Mon Aug 17, 2009 1:50 am
Ginny Differences between past perfect tense and past continuous perfect tense?
No new posts Can I say 'I can't imagine him behaving as that'?
2 Ginny 1575 Mon Aug 17, 2009 1:39 am
Ginny Can I say 'I can't imagine him behaving as that'?
No new posts 'disapppointment for sb' or ' disappointment to sb'
4 Ginny 3445 Mon Aug 17, 2009 1:27 am
Ginny 'disapppointment for sb' or ' disappointment to sb'
No new posts be good for a free lunch
2 PeaceMaker 870 Sun Aug 16, 2009 22:39 pm
PeaceMaker be good for a free lunch
No new posts Difference between at the end, finally and at last
1 Mahmed 4059 Sun Aug 16, 2009 22:12 pm
LearnEnglish2009 Difference between at the end, finally and at last
No new posts Why cant I understand exactly while listening something in English?
2 Furkyturan 1462 Sun Aug 16, 2009 20:16 pm
Furkyturan Why cant I understand exactly while listening something in English?
No new posts Usage of Go the whole hog
1 Anupumh 1252 Sun Aug 16, 2009 20:16 pm
Kitosdad Usage of Go the whole hog
No new posts Whereas and where: Can they be used interchangeably?
1 Iloveenglish 2876 Sun Aug 16, 2009 19:57 pm
Morteza Whereas and where: Can they be used interchangeably?
No new posts meaning of blessed and humbled
2 Klpno 3509 Sun Aug 16, 2009 11:39 am
Klpno meaning of blessed and humbled
No new posts What's the meaning of one hundredth of a second?
1 Maggie 3898 Sun Aug 16, 2009 8:11 am
SkiIucK What's the meaning of one hundredth of a second?
No new posts Usage of Engrossed
1 Anupumh 3432 Sat Aug 15, 2009 17:53 pm
Skrej Usage of Engrossed
No new posts Sentence: I have been slogging my ass for a long time and I am getting peanuts.
2 Anupumh 4142 Sat Aug 15, 2009 17:32 pm
Anupumh Sentence: I have been slogging my ass for a long time and I am getting peanuts.
No new posts What is the difference between 'tank top' and 'strap top'?
2 Iloveenglish 1007 Sat Aug 15, 2009 17:15 pm
Iloveenglish What is the difference between 'tank top' and 'strap top'?
No new posts Grammatical questions: The flavor of chocolate depends on the quality of the...
4 Schwartz 1475 Sat Aug 15, 2009 15:47 pm
Schwartz Grammatical questions: The flavor of chocolate depends on the quality of the...
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7 Linwings16 3338 Sat Aug 15, 2009 14:35 pm
Mister Micawber Nominalization: World War I catalyze Europe’s crisis of civilizational morale...
No new posts Why "the Ukraine" is with the article?
5 Yuri Yurinov 1193 Sat Aug 15, 2009 14:34 pm
Publisher Why "the Ukraine" is with the article?
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