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Why are you not believing me right now? Vs Why don't you believe me right now? What is the difference? Which one sounds more natural in terms of its usage and what meaning do they carry?

I am creating a system that needs car information. What is the difference between the car brand and car make? If for example I have a Toyota Corolla with plate number AAA 123 that is color red, how ...

What are differences between "rotate about", "rotate around" and "rotate on" (an axis)?

By the time we get there, he will be/will have been gone. I would like to know whether there is a difference between these two or the perfect tense is wrong here. I assume that with the perfect ...

I'm looking for some advice on why this sentence (from a FCE book) is in the the present perfect simple: I have spent ages preparing for the party. This sentence requires the use of the present ...

Read after his finishing homework. Read after he has finished homework. Are these sentences correct? What's the difference between them?

What is the difference between them and these/those? What is the usage of them and these/those? Example sentence - Some of these are insured by govt... But I think "Some of them" is more ...

Tell me please if following sentences have indentical meanings. The president became known as the most innovative president of all. The president came to be known as the most innovative ...

Is there a difference in the meanings of "India Pale Ale" and "Indian Pale Ale"? I mean, without considering that "Indian Pale Ale" is an incorrect term for a sort of beer, would a native speaker have ...

What's the difference between "product" , "goods" and "commodity"?

The agency expects the U.S. will continue to produce more oil than Russia and Saudi Arabia for the rest of this year. My question is, can I use "in the rest of this year", it is correct? What are the ...

What's the difference between : It's 2018 already and I still use an iPhone 5S. vs It's 2018 already and I am still using an iPhone 5S. Does the use of the word 'using' mean I am thinking of ...

What's the difference between the two? She crafted the bookcase out of solid pine wood and then painted it. She crafted the bookcase of solid pine wood and then painted it.

Which is correct, "one dozen transactions" or "a dozen transactions"? As in, The cashier conducted one dozen transactions. (I researched my Oxford mini dictionary but it did not provide the help ...

I want to know the difference between "have done" and "had done". When and where it should be used?

what is the difference between "yet" and "still"? When we can use "still"? and when we can use "yet"? Are they synonyms or not? "The plan could yet succeed." Can I use "still" in that sentence ...

After another grammar repetition, I started thinking about adverb 'never' in the present participle and past participle. The rules say that using 'never' in the tenses is possible, but what is the ...

Which one is correct? The provided charts illustrate the information about employment. or The charts provided illustrate the information about employment.

I know that these words mentioned above aren't related, however, I wonder why not. As a non-native English speaker it is kind of confusing because both are somehow referring to an antecedent context, ...

What's the difference between seem & appear in this sentence? It appears/seems that the man had been murdered. Are there any specific structures for using these verbs?

I attend ''a speakers' club'' or ''a speakers club'' or ''a speaker's club''. Which one is correct and why? What do others mean?

What are the differences between "ongoing", "going on" and just "going"? And which one should I use to express that a TV series hasn't concluded and continues to run? For example: Is 'The Simpsons' ...

I don't know when to use against and when to use into, after bump: The cat bumped against the door The clumsy boy always bumps into the furniture While dancing, she bumped into me several ...

What is the difference between the following sentences? He has failed the exam for the first time. He has failed the exam the first time around. Do those phrases have indentical meanings? If ...

Is there any difference between the following sentences: Paper submissions must be no more than six pages in length, inclusive of figures and references.  Paper submissions must be no more than six ...

What differences in meaning between this: I'd like to have something to drink. and this: I'd like to drink something. I'm listening English audio course, and there are used "to have something ...

Is it correct to say 'you will hurt' or 'you will get hurt'? I read this quote on the net: “It’s not a question of whether you will hurt, or of how much you will hurt; it’s a question of what ...

What is the difference between the below three sentences? I enjoyed dancing with you I felt good dancing with you I felt good by dancing with you

I'm not sure if 'study a book' is a correct phrasing. "Study out of a book" or "study from a book" looks more correct to me, and they mean to learn from a book. Will "study a book" mean the same ...

I've learned from my text book named Meaning into Words that “If 'seem' is followed by an adjective, we can leave to be and If 'seem' is followed by a noun, we can't leave to be. According to the ...

The European Union: A Beginner's Guide. p. 139 Bottom - p. 140 Top. I, and not the book, bolded. Gender has traditionally played a key role in the pricing of insurance policies.   In 2004 an EU ...

The European Union: A Beginner's Guide. p. 139 Bottom - p. 140 Top. I, and not the book, bolded. Gender has traditionally played a key role in the pricing of insurance policies.   In 2004 an EU ...

What is the differences between "if only" and "only if" ? What is the use of each in the sentences? Are there any specific rules for their uses? "I could get more work done if only there weren't ...

Which sentence is correct, and why? 1) It's awesome being by the water. 2) It's awesome to be by the water.

Yesterday I found out that “as of” is, especially in AmE, used often to mean “on a particular date”, not just “from a date onward”. So I wonder: The directive is effective as of now. Could this be ...

The children, small seeds, might at any instant be sown to all the Martian climes. Why not the sentence be written as: The children, small seeds, might be sown at any instant to all the ...

I want to know the difference between "me neither" and "me either", are both correct?

Suppose these sentences I made with "so" The main idea is to place it somewhere so everyone can use it Please bend so I can pass It is built in a way so you can bend it and it doesn't ...

Tell me please if it correct different or differently in the following sentence. But eggs can taste different/differently depending on how fresh they are, the way they're cooked and the diet of the ...

What is the difference between "near the lake" and "by the lake", meaning-wise? Just never seen "by the" form in texts before.

Tell me please if there is any difference between the following sentences. He is not a doctor to give health advice. He is no doctor to give health advice

Here are some examples from dictionaries where hope is used in the plural people have hopes of increasing trade between the two regions (Collins Cobuild) she has hopes of studying to be a ...

Which one has the good order? You shouldn't have known it. You should haven't known it. You should not have known it. You should have not known it.

Let us look at the sentences I think, that man always errs. / I think that man always errs. Does my punctuation officially suffice to clarify that the first sentence refers to a specific man, ...

"A Museum" is the only space in the area to provide free educational programs. Will this sentence mean the same as the sentence below? "A Museum" is the only place in the area that provides free ...

Could someone please tell me what is the difference between the two sentences below? 1 - I am not really liking it very much over there. 2 - I don't really like it very much over there.

I think this sentence is correct. I done something. This is also correct. I have done something. What are the involved tense? How are they different?

Is there any difference between "getting" and "to be getting"? Example "Trees getting cut down." and "Trees are getting cut down." Is there any difference between these 2 sentences ?

Here are the sentences: Her latest novel is her best yet. It’s one of the toughest warnings yet delivered. Replacing yet with ever, how does it feel different?

My first question is: What are we talking about, Present or Future? Student: Excuse me sir, would you mind if I say something? Teacher: No, I wouldn't. What's the matter? ...

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