who are my
who are mine
Which one is correct?
● Right or left? When the teacher says:
"If you look at the diagram on the left hand side, you will solve this question!"
Is it the teacher's left hand side or students' left hand side?
In SMS messages:
You took long mate
Abit too much
What does “you took long mate” “abit too much” mean?
When we were children, we lived by the sea. In summer, if the weather was fine, we would all get up early and go for a swim.
Sometimes I get confused with the conditionals. In this specific example ...
I like to play basketball
I like playing basketball
What's the difference between these two?
What's the different between "wind blowing IN" and "wind blowing FROM"?
In reply to an inquiry someone wrote:
You will get an answer, but it probably won't be until later on in the
week given a last minute work trip.
What does the sentence mean? And what is the ...
What are the differences between the following to sentences? Are they all correct?
Jack introduced me the beautiful world of mathematics.
Jack introduced me to the beautiful world of mathematics.
What (made - caused) you to change your mind?
Which choice is correct for this sentence?
Chuck never in a million years would've given to Jimmy.
(from Better Call Saul which is tv series)
What is the meaning of this sentence ?
1-He didn't give but he would.
2-He didn't give and he ...
I have a some True False NotGiven questions that I had a hard time figuring the answers. In this sort of question, we must read a passage and then choose whether some information is true, false, or ...
If the tree isn't watered, it (will die - dies - would die).
I know zero conditional should be about facts. In the example above I'm confused whether to choose will die or dies.
I would have gone with her. But she didn't ask me .
I would have gone with her .But she hadn't asked me .
Do we have to use past perfect in this example ? Is there any difference in meanings ?
Sometimes I don't understand the meaning of "could " .
The situation is bad, but it could be worse.
In this case what is the meaning of the could ?
1-It might be worse(there is a possiblity to be ...
From the lyrics of Ma Baker:
Freeze I'm ma Baker
Put your hands in the air and give me all your money
This is the story of ma Baker the meanest cat from old Chicago town
She was the meanest ...
1.The authorities forbade entering the park because of a bush fire.
2.In many countries, they don't allow smoking in public places.
3.The plumber recommended buying a new water heater.
4.The help ...
Some of the verbs called "verbs of perception or perceptual. However many English language learners would face many problems with using them, me one of them.
>Some of them are being used in such ...
I've recently encountered this saying and got confused how to interpret the message of it. I wonder if that is supposed be sarcastic or possibly proud to be greedy.
I understand word meanings, but cannot put them together and understand what author meant in following:
I enquire now as to the Genesis of a philologist and assert the following:
If you need ...
I don't live in my native country, I regularly move throughout Europe and North America.
So it's a little bit confusing for me when someone asks me "Where are you from?" or "where do you come from?"
When a left hand has been stenciled, this implies that the artist was right-handed, and vice versa. Even though the paint was often sprayed on by mouth, one can assume that the dominant hand assisted ...
“Talk of inspiration is sheer nonsense; there is to such thing. It is mere a matter of craftsmanship.”
— William Morris
I don't understand the quote, particularly the part I highlighted. I am ...
Suppose you have resigned your job position and left your working area. After a while, you encounter with a colleague of that job; he / she asks you about the reason you left that e.g. office. (...
Which type of boyfriend suits you?
When I made up a sentence like this. I am confused. This can have two understandings:
What kind of boyfriend you should date (You are a girl and this article will ...
I have come across with below mentioned sentance.
Q1)Is bolded word replaces with you or is that correct?
Q2)is that sentance means
my father is not agree to people smoking cigarettes in the ...
She is away on holiday.
Is she? Where ... ?
Where has she gone? (Correct)
Where has she been going?
Why we can not use the second choice here ?
"Maybe you should take a few things out of your pocket before you go," said Mr. Carr.
Alfred replied, "What things? What are you talking about?"
"You have a compact and a lipstick and two ...
There is a sentence from GoT:
She was sitting with the Princess Myrcella, all smiles and admiration.
Could you explain the meaning of the second part of the sentence
all smiles and admiration ...
Look at the example below:
The manager is having his problems (A)/ but we have (B)/ ours as well. (C)/ No error (D)
The site that I am following says:
The verb "have" can work as continuous and ...
My strategy in this chapter is to begin with the more obscure as a way to build
recognition about the familiar.
There is not a single word in the above sentence that I do not know; nonetheless, the ...
Are the meanings of these two phrases the same? If not, what is the difference?
Car's broken door
Broken door of car
I don't think you should tell him about the conversations that blossomed between us the other day.
What does the sentence mean?
Does it, in its most basic sense, mean "don't tell...the conversations ...
That's what your fantasy was
This was your fantasy
This all was your fantasy
What is the difference between these three sentences? To me, being a non-native speaker, they sound alike. But I know ...
The sentence I'm talking about (in bold), along with relevant context:
She was eight years old and small for her age, and the baby brother she carried on her left hip was large and plump [...] He ...
When we say "The glass was broken" it means when we looked at it, it had been broken before, that is, it shows a state that could be spread over a period of time.
But when we say "it got broken" it ...
I think the reason for it should be from the scope of negation.
Let's read this conversation:
A: I don't want to eat the pizza.
B: Me too.
To me, it does not make sense, because without a comma ...
In Italy bells stand for power and control. And bells, in one form or another, accompanied him throughout his life.
The article is talking about the prime minister of Italy. I am confused about the ...
When it comes to social policy, President Trump embraces conservative politics as usual, continuing a nearly four-decades-long effort to make these policies more restrictive. (excerpt from NYT The ...
You become a cold, calculating creature who slips into a sort of mediocrity where you realize there is difference between your desired self and your actual self
In the above sentence, there are ...
The decline of her morale was fascinating.
The decline in her morale was fascinating.
Which one is correct? Additionally please tell me if the use of 'in' or 'of' after 'decline' is a use of ...
What's the meaning of the sentence I highlighted below? Does it mean that the code should be both correct and shared?
[...] The read-only nature of shared code should not be left to the correctness ...
It would have been best written in a more concise way as it does tend to ramble.
I came across this sentence in Collins dictionary. I'm not sure what the sentence is trying to convey. The author ...
Earlier this morning, I opened the list on my computer to check:
A. ...if there was anyone I knew who had made the list.
B. ...if there was anyone I know who had ...
Can someone please tell us about the grammar and the meaning of this structure? I've come across it in a book.
Adrian was hoping to have raised enough money to buy a new computer for the school.
In a book I'm reading, there is a way to use recurrence as follows:
Obviously, astronauts have to be in exceptionally good physical
condition and to have as low a risk of developing health ...
When the new park opens, I’ll go there every day.
When the new park has opened, I'll go there every day.
Can we use both of these? What is the difference between them?
I am a IELTS learner.
I am wondering about this sentence:
Please call free on 777-777-7777
It means "call me anytime you want"?
Or "you are not charged for the call on the number"?
Defending champions Germany have been eliminated from the World Cup at the group stage following defeat by South Korea, in one of the biggest shocks in the competition's history.
Can anyone please shed some light on the following quotes of Edmund Burke?
Society cannot exist unless a controlling power upon will and appetite be placed somewhere, and the less of it there is ...
Here are some sentences with "Being surrounded":
I love trees. Like many of us, being surrounded by trees makes me happy.
The source #1
Rachel Boston Quotes
"Being surrounded by love ...