The plot won’t let you till the end
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by mia.mur
4h ago
The following sentence comes from an essay written by one of my students (the essay topic - Your favourite book.) The plot won’t let you till the end. Does it sound natural ..read more
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Needing help in making a questionnaire for my research paper
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by Eric.slowhand
8h ago
Hi. I'm working on my research paper which is about "teachers' well-being". I have validated questions but I don't know how to conduct a questionnaire in order to give me minimum and maximum (teachers with high well-being and teachers with low well-being) because I want my data to be like that. If there's anyone who experienced this issue, please help me. Thanks ..read more
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Adjectives after which either infinitive of verb-ing is possible
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by Vladv1
14h ago
I know that after some adjectives if a verbs comes immidiately one can use either an infinitive or a verb-ing, for example, "It was great to talk to you/It was great talking too you". Could you please list some of the most common adjectives used this way? I know only "great", "wonderful ..read more
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Usage of "by the way"
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by Kumarc
14h ago
Context: I am informing my wife the below sentence at home. I'm going to the store to buy some groceries. By the way, did you need anything special? Is this correct using "By the way ..read more
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I have many close friends, and some of whom live in the States.
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by neb090
22h ago
I have many close friends, and some of whom live in the States. In this sentence, could I omit "and ..read more
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Self-employment means most of the time you have to do the job
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by Silverobama
1d ago
The following conversation was between my friend and I. He was interesting in the job (tutor) I'm doing right. David: You've been working as a tutor for so many years, right? Silver: Yes. Since you left for the UK. David: Wow, good for you. What are the differences of working as a tutor and a school teacher? Silver: I don't know what it's like teaching at school. But working as a tutoring is totally different. Tutors like me and some of my friends are mostly self-employed... Read more ..read more
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Long gone by
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by ghoul
1d ago
Can "long gone by" be used instead of "long gone"? I don't see dictionary entries for the former but it's used according to linguee ..read more
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Dead-on serious
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by ghoul
1d ago
Can "dead-on serious" be used instead of "dead serious ..read more
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He walked.
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by neb090
1d ago
1. He walked. 2. He singed. 3. He slept. 4. He stood. 5. He sat. 6. He lay. 7. He danced. Are they all complete sentence ..read more
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Two-thirds of the students are...
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by neb090
1d ago
1. Two-thirds of the students are... 2. Two-thirds of the population is... 3. Two-thirds of the information is... 4. Two-thirds is a number. Are they all correct ..read more
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