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    2. A double whammy is two big things, one right after another or at the same time. So he's likely saying he will be releasing two big/important/good videos soon

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    2. A landlocked country is one without a coast, i.e. has no connection to any sea. A double landlocked country is one completely surrounded by countries that are all landlocked.

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    2. I have never seen a +2 in chemistry before. It has always been 2+

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    2. @tjstkdn1 "doubly" will make you sound a little more sophisticated, but not enough to make you sound pretentious. I think most people would be more comfortable hearing "twice as hard" is casual settings though.

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    2. "Those seats are twice as expensive" "Those seats cost twice as much"

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    2. , literature and life, or art and reality, is always changing. **NEW PARAGRAPH Regarding formalism, the play “Macbeth”* (you can use quotes or italics, it depends on what style guide your teacher recommends) is *completely not familiar to our context, time and views.* (rewrite this, so it's understandable, I get what you are saying, but it could be better written) It took place in England, 1606, during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and King James I. On one hand, Macbeth is set in a hierarchical world in which loyalty and service to the king is rewarded with titles and land. *On the other hand,* (personally, I think dichotomy works better here, it's less colloquial and more academic) there are supernatural forces. Three witches appear in ‘thunder and lightning’, which provide an atmosphere of chaos, disaster and disturbance because of the battle. (you didn't mention a battle before, this is confusing to the reader) In addition, it sets a dark and violent mood. (fill out this sentence) They (who?) are known as imperfect speakers, the instruments of darkness, and weird sisters. The witches can turn themselves into animals, like rats and cats, and can change weather conditions. There is a connection between the witches and Norse mythology because they both allude to a controlled destiny.(or something similar) They (who ? witches? Norse?) resorted to the numbers 3, 6 and 9 to get power. numbers what? For example, in Act I Scene iii , "So foul and fair a day I have not seen" links Macbeth to the Witches and their "Foul is fair prophecy”. The Witches talked about sending a storm out on a sailor's ship so that he won't be able to sleep... The sailor is a metaphor for what will happen to Macbeth, who’s made sleepless by guilt.

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