Sun 19 Mar, 2017 12:17 am - [b]Nothing ever happens here in the evening[/b].
[b]ever[/b] means at any time in this case. But here already a specific time, evening, has been mentioned. So why the word [b]ever[b] has been... (view)
Mon 2 Nov, 2015 12:54 am - 1. I need all the sleep I can get.
2. Get another chair.
3. I'll get the door.
4. Get her!
5. You'll get used to it?
6. The cat got drowned.
7. They got her to sign the consent... (view)
Mon 26 Oct, 2015 12:58 am - 1) India has emerged with a large population in the world map.
2) I have come to you with a great hope.
3) The new generation will have to come with the duty of helping the helpless.
4) We... (view)
Mon 19 Oct, 2015 12:43 am - 1. We are here to welcome him.
2. They are there to meet you.
3. The students are in the field to see that.
4. We are at home to entertain him.
Do you think that the sentences stated above... (view)
Fri 16 Oct, 2015 11:40 pm - Please, say the name of a book where differences between spoken and written sentence structures have been described elaborately. I don't need a grammar book. I need a book in which it has been... (view)
Tue 13 Oct, 2015 12:13 pm - 1) It is natural for him to be annoyed.
2) To be annoyed is natural for him.
3) Being annoyed is natural for him.
Do these three sentences make any sense? Personally, I think that their... (view)
Tue 13 Oct, 2015 07:31 am - 1) They had better be eager.
2) They had better not be eager.
Do you think that the sentences stated above is correct? If not, please tell why.
Thanks to every member and visitor of this... (view)
Mon 12 Oct, 2015 12:11 pm - Thanks for your correction. But please, tell something about my another query.
I want to repeat my another question again.
By "which" in this case Harry Potter and The Lord of the... (view)
Mon 12 Oct, 2015 09:25 am - "I want to read classic, original short stories of Harry Potter series and The Lord of the Rings, which are translated into English language."
Do you think that the sentence stated... (view)