Wed 1 Jun, 2016 11:24 pm - Could you please tell us quite a bit clearly what your answers mean? Answer should be understable for English Learners. I also want to learn this kind of use of would." (view)
Wed 1 Jun, 2016 12:50 am - What is the meaning "would prefer to have+past participle " in the following sentences:
1. I would prefer to have stayed at a small family-run hotel than a big international chain.... (view)
Mon 30 May, 2016 07:12 pm - What is the difference in the meaning between following sentences:
1. I might be working more this week.
2. I might work more this week.
(note : this week refers to 'coming... (view)
Mon 30 May, 2016 07:06 pm - I know that `be + infinitive` is used for order, instruction and plan but some of the example sentences are confusing to me they are:
>1. Nobody is to open the door. (order)
>2. you... (view)
Mon 30 May, 2016 06:57 pm - Do you mean 'was to +infinitive' construction is used for fixed past plan which either did happen or didn't happen .so, further justification is need to clarify it.
On the other... (view)
Mon 30 May, 2016 12:19 pm - What is the difference in the meaning between following sentences:
> 1. John was to have picked strawberries yesterday but the downpour made the field too muddy.
> 2. John was to pick... (view)