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Fri 13 Apr, 2018 03:01 pm - I have trouble using "join" and "join in" correctly. (1) Would you like to join us for Jack's birthday party? (2) We want to celebrate Jack's birthday next month.... (view)
Tue 5 Sep, 2017 01:24 am - I am going to make up three sentences below. (1) The employer wants to change the title of (an) accountant slightly in the job ad. (2) In his capacity as (an) accountant, he is required to... (view)
Tue 5 Sep, 2017 01:22 am - Three days ago, I made friends with a non-native English speaking person. I am not native English speaking either. (ex) He said to me,"From nine or ten years ago on, I didn't work much... (view)
Tue 29 Aug, 2017 12:36 am - I am going to make up a sentence below. (ex) I had been looking for an affordable laptop computer in the past two weeks, and I found a very good deal. Some of my friends and I think the past... (view)
Sat 22 Jul, 2017 01:48 am - I am going to make up two similar sentences. (1) Class will resume next month. (2) The class will resume next month. Does the addition of "The" change the meaning of the... (view)
Sat 22 Jul, 2017 01:42 am - I am going to make up an example. (ex) Last night, you told John that you came across a difficult customer in your store. This morning, he called and told me that if he were/was you, he would... (view)
Sun 2 Jul, 2017 12:14 am - My cousin struggles with math, so he goes to a learning center to get more practice with it. Every day, he spends a lot of time doing it. Sometimes, I help him with it. I am going to make up two... (view)
Sat 1 Jul, 2017 11:59 pm - Does it mean it's OK to use the simple past in my own sentence? (view)
Sat 24 Jun, 2017 12:25 am - I have heard that you have to use the present perfect or the present perfect continuous tense when you have "during/over/in the past" in the sentence. I have also heard that it is... (view)
Sun 4 Jun, 2017 12:17 am - The online dictionary freedictionary, to resound means to talk about or to make a loud sound. It gives an example: news that resounded throughout the nation. I am going to use it as an adverb.... (view)
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