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b"Hello. I would be very grateful for your help. Do you think it's possible to use speak in the following context: Speak on the role of the monarchy or Speak on the major challenges facing the country at present a question at an exam or something like that? Thank you."

b"1. My car broke down. 2. My car is out of order. 3. My car died. 4. My car died on the way to work. 5. My car malfunctioned. 6. My car didn't function. ---------------------------- Can we use all the expressions? Do you have more expressions similar to 'broke down'?"

b'1. Can I ask you to wash the dishes? 2. May I ask you to wash the dishes? 3. Might I ask you to wash the dishes? --------------------- What is the difference between 1 and 2? Do you use 3? ================================ 4. Where can I find the post office? 5. Where is the...'

b'1. Where it is? 2. Where is it? 3. Do you know where it is? ------------------------------------ 2 and 3 are right. What about 1? Do you use the expression in 1?'

b"They are on shelf B in aisle 1. ------------------------------ On both sides of aisle 1, how many shelves are there at a department store? Are there two shelves on both sides of each aisle. Do we have to use 'in' before 'aisle'? What about using 'in' before 'shelf B'? Do we ..."

b'1. Will you close the window? 2. Would you close the window? 3. Can you close the window? 4. Could you close the window? 5. Do you mind closing the window? 6. Can I ask you to close the window? 7. May I ask you to close the window? 8. Could I ask you to close the window? 9. ...'

b'1. Can I open the window? 2. May I open the window? 3. Might I open the window? ------------------ Which one is common? Is 2 more polite than 1? Can we use 1 when we talk to elderly people? 3 rarely seems to be used. When can we use 3?'

b"1. Would you care for a cup of coffee? - No, thanks. 2. Will you have some more bread? - Thank you. 3. Won't you eat some more fruit? - I'm sorry, but I have had enough. 4. Do you want to eat some cookies? - Sorry, but I'm full. 5. Would you try to eat this tomato soup? - Okay..."

b"I have dry hands. 1. I think you should put on hand cream more often. 2. I think you should apply hand cream more often. -------------------- Are both the same? Do you have some other verbs instead of 'put on' or 'apply'?"

b'how do put an author of a research article and where they are from in apa format example author: Daniel S. Budnitz, M.D., M.P.H.'

b"Thank you for your help. Here goes some more questions related to 'subway' 1. You should be quiet in the subway. 2. You should be quiet on the subway. 3. You should be quiet on the train. ------------------ 1 means: You should be quite when you enter the subway station. The ..."

b'1. I hope he is running on the playground now. 2. I hope he is studying now. 3. I hope he is playing table tennis now. 4. Is he studying? I hope so. 5. Is he studying now? I hope he is studying now 6. Is he coming soon? I hope so. 7. Is he coming soon? I hope he is ...'

b'No one has ever seen me, nor ever will. I never was, but am always to be. Yet everyone waits for me, either in hope or in terror, for they always know I will come. What am I?'

b'I need to describe three purposes and three methods of satire. So far I have for purposes are exaggeration, warped logic, and irony. And for methods I have humor, parody, and hyperbole. Do they seem correct?'

b'1. You look great in your uniform. 2. You look great when you are wearing your uniform. 3. You look great when you wear your uniform. 4. You look great when you dress your uniform. 5. You look great when you have your uniform on. 6. You look great if you have your uniform on. ...'

b'1. She dressed her daughter in a fur coat. 2. She clothed her daughter in a fur coat. 3. She put a fur coat on her daughter. ------------------ Are they all the same in meaning? Which ones are commonly used? Do you have some other ways of expressiong putting clothes on?'

b'1. You should be quiet in the subway. 2. You should be quiet in the subway station. 3. You should be quiet on the subway. 4. You should be quiet on the subway train. 5. You should be quite on the train. 6. You should be quiet on the train in the subway station...'

b"1. You can go now. 2. You are able to go now. 3. You are allowed to go now. ------------------- Does 1 mean 2 or 3? If 'can' means 'ability,' 1 means 2. However, if 'can' means 'permission,' 1 mean 3. Is that right?"

b"1. She clothed her son in a T-shirt. 2. She dressed her son up in a T-shirt. 3. She made her son put on a T-shirt. Are they all grammatical/ Do you have some more common expressions for 'clothed'?"

b"1. We should wash our hand before meals. 2. We should wash our hands before meals. Can we use 'hand' as in Sentence 1? 3. You will do good soon. 4. You will do better soon. Is 3 grammatical? What about Sentence 4?"

b'1. Who is taking care of the children while your are away? 2. Who will take care of the children while your are away? Does 1 mean 2? Or does 1 mean who is in the process of doing somthing now? 3. Is he coiming? I hope so. 4. Will he come? I hope that he will come. 5...'

b'what is the subject,verb and object in this sentenceParalegals must have good ethics.'

b'1. He was standing right behind her. 2. He was standing just behind her. 3. I got here right after nine. 4. I got here just after nine. 5. The bus came right on time. 6. The bus came just one time. 7. The bus came exactly on time. ------------------- Are they all grammatical? ...'

b"What about dinner at my place? What about dinner in my place? What about having dinner at my place? What about having dinner in my place? Why don't we have dinner at my place? Why don't we have dinner in my place? ----------------------- Can we use both 'at' and 'in'? Which ..."

b'The of broken glass followed the of the bullet as the rifle . The soldiers were awakened by the of the bugle'

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b'Combine each pair of sentence into one sentence,or shorten a long sentence. Using an infinitive phrase 1the mayor asked her aides.the mayor asked her aides to work hard. 2kate was sad when she heard the news. 3Andy was shocked when he discovered the treasure.'

b'i had to write a story and i am struggling to find amazing vocabulary i did big and changed that word into enormous'

b"Draw two lines under verb phrase .write it's tense I had already heard the rumor"

b"1. It was his mistake that he didn't walk the dog on a lead. 2. It was his fault that he didn't walk the dog on a leash. 3. He made a mistake by not using a dog lead. 4. By mistake, he didn't walk the dog on a lead. 5. He should have walked the dog on a dog leash. 6. He didn't..."

b'1. A man was reading a newspaper on the seat of the subway train. 2. A man was reading a newspaper on the seat in the subway train. 3. A man was reading a newspaper on the seat on the subway train. 4. A man was reading a newspaper on the seat of the subway. 5. A man was ...'

b"I'm going to ride a bike. 1. Okay, but you should wear a healmet. 2. Okay, but you ought to wear a healmet. 3. Okay, but you must wear a healmet. 4. Okay, but you have to wear a healmet. ------------------------------ 1 is a suitable answer to the statement, I think. If we ..."

b'Is this paragraph\xc2\x92s main idea stated or implied? The greatest gift the Sumerians gave the world was the invention of writing. The Sumerians were a wealthy people. They needed some way to keep track of what they owned. They began drawing pictures. They used a reed as a pen. ...'

b'Choose the best topic sentence for the passage. It used to be unusual to live to the age of 90. Better diet and medicine have made 90 a more common age. Today, some people even live to be well over 100. A. People can live a long time. B. Today, some people even live to be well...'

b'help I need a book report on Anastasia. It needs six sentences pls help.'

b'1. The dog ran around the house. ---------------------- Does it mean that the dog ran outside the house? Does it mean he ran here and there in the house? Or does the sentence mean both situations?'

b'Hello. I will be grateful for your language advice. Do you think I used the articles correctly in the following sentence: The author analyzes a long and complicated process of the rise and fall of the British Empire. Thank you.'

b'A: I like pears. 1. Same here. 2. That makes two of us. 3. You can say that again. 4. Me too. 5. So do I. 6. I think so, too. 7. I agree with you. Can we use all the responses? 6 and 7 seem to be a little strange. A: The movie was great. 8. Same here. 9. That makes two of ...'

b"1. It was his fault that he didn't put a leash on his dog. 2. He should have walked his dog with a leash on. 3. He should have walked the dog with a leash on his collar. 4. It was his mistake that his didn't tie his dog to the collar. He should have used a dog lead. 5. By ..."

b"1. I move that a vote be taken on this. 2. I suggest that a vote be taken on this. Does 1 mean 2? 3. He suggested that she was a professor. Is this sentence correct? What does 'suggested' mean in this sentence? What other words can we use? 4. He suggested that she might ..."

b'Change the italicized clause to a nominative absolute. Rewrite the entire sentence in the box below. As the hurricane season was over, people returned to the cottages on the beach. as the hurricane season was over is italicized.'

b'1. Why is that? 2. What is your reason for that? 3. Why do you think so? 4. What makes you think so? 5. What is your opinion about which person the dog should live with? 6. Let me know your opinion about that. 7. Will you give me your opinion about that? 8. Which master do you...'

b'The question for my essay was to agree or disagree with: Some critics argue that you can only fully understand a piece of literature if you understand the historical events that were on going when it was being written. Others argue that each piece of literature is independent ...'

b'1. He had stayed with his old master for long. For 5 month, he has lived with his new master. 2. They had been together for such a long time. 3. He had stayed with his old master together for ages. 4. He had been with his old master long. ---------------------------------- ...'

b'1. The pet has lived with the lady until he meets his old master. 2. The pet had lived with the lady until he met his old master. 3. The pet lived with the lady until he meets his old master. 4. The pet lived with the lady until he met his old master. In terms of tense, which...'

b'1. You can feel safe now. 2. You may feel safe now. 3. You are able to feel safe now. Does 1 mean 2 or 3? 4. You will feel better soon. 5. You will be better soon. Are both the same in meaning? What is the difference between them? 6. strange: unusual or surprising 7. ...'

b'1. You look great in your uniform. 2. You look great if you wear your uniform. ----------------- Does 1 mean 2?'

b'A: I think honesty is the best policy. 1. Me too. 2. Same here. 3. I have the same idea. 4. I agree with you. 5. I think so, too. 6. You can say that again. 7. That makes two of us. Are the responses all correct?'

b'1. He was married to Emily in 2009. 2. He got married to Emily in 2009. ---------------------- What is the difference between them? Does 1 mean state? And does 2 mean action?'

b'Complete the following sentence. _____ often answer the questions who, what, why, when, or where. Supporting details MY ANSWER Statistics Reading strategies Graphic organizers'

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