how to write "ishita" in Korean
Today, I am glad to introduce my house. Exactly, our house. I live here with 5 other people as a family. We rented this house at 6 million VNĐ a month. It has 4 floors. The first floor is a living room as well as the dining room. Of course, now we used as a garage. On the right hand side is our kitchen where we cook and one toilet.
The 2nd floor has 2 rooms and one toilet between. My room is on the left. welcome to my room. It always be bright as a result of 2 big windows that was decorated with glass sticker. My room is small but has a lot of furniture. The most importance is my laptop which connect me with the world. I surf web, facebook, youtube, anything else. The next is my TV. One of my favorite film is series sitcom "friends". It is quite interesting and good for learning English. This is my fridge with food and drink. The bear is a gift from my friend in my birthday. This is laundry basket where i put dirty clothes and then do the laundry and hang up on the top floor. Finally, My books and many different things are there. Maybe, I have everything I need in this room.
Oh I forgot, the 3rd floor is the same as the 2nd floor. That's all. Thank you for watching my video
In China,parents don't allow children to date（nor have a girl/boyfriend）,they think dating will make children less care about studying.What's your view of this？
What means when someone called you "lovebird"?
What is the difference between gust and gales in the weather forecast
Is it "It doesn't worth it" or "It's not worth it"?
Heaven is where the cooks are French, the police are British, the mechanics are German, the lovers are Italian and everything is organized by the Swiss.
Hell is where the cooks are British, the police are German, the mechanics are French, the lovers are Swiss, and everything is organized by the Italians.
Which is correct?
1.Write it in your exercise book.
2.Write it on your exercise book.
Isn’t the “a” sound (as in cat, pack, have, etc.) nasal in British English (especially Estuary English)? I always hear a nasal sound when native speakers pronounce it, but no book have I ever read which sais it is so. Is it that I’m just mishearing it or missing some good books on English phonetics?
I eat rice .(voice change)
Is Derby or Derbyshire in U.K. Same place?
Hurry! The train leaves in five minutes.
I am confused by the above sentence.
I have two different understanding:
1.Now is 1 o'clock.The train will leave at five past one.
2.Now is 1 o'clock.The train will leave at anytime between one and five past one.For example I take the train and it leaves at three past one.
Which one is correct?
Or both is incorrect?
Pls give me the answer.
Thank you very much.
Would you like you if you met you?
Many characters of 'Downton Abbey' call their parents 'Papa' & 'Mama'. Is that to do with the time (1912-1926) or aristocratic thing?
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From Amy MacDonald's song "This Is the Life":
So you're sitting there with nothing to do
Talking about Robert Riger and his motley crew
Who is "Robert Riger and his motley crew"?
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I want to check some sentences or questions with options and my answer:
1) Whose is this pencil? It´s ....THE BOSS´S...
a) the boss
c) the boss´s
d) of the boss
2) Welcome to Brazil Mr Smith. You .....MUST...... be tired after your long journey
3) The participants are already sitting ..AT...... the table.
4) Please pay attention..ON..... what i´m going to say, it´s important!
5) He told me about the company... WHICH.... he is been trading over the last few weeks.
a) with whom
d) with which
6) They need to..BRING UP... alternatives in French for English words.
a) invent out
b) get on with
c) bring up
d) come up with
7) The director ...TOLD..... his staff that the budget for this year would be well above last year´s.
d) spoke to
8) Inflation has remained..STABLE.... during this first quarter, as the market had forecast.
9) How did you do in the English test? Oh, pretty good. ..I ONLY MADE 4 WRONGS....
a) I only got 4 wrong
b) I wronged only 4
c) I did wrong only 4
d) I only made 4 wrongs
10) I don´t object.....TO PEOPLE LOOKING.... at their watches when I´m speaking, but shaking them!
a) to people look
b) people looking
c) to people looking
d) to people watch
11) If only she...KNEW.. about his past, before she hired him!
b) has known
c) would have known
d) would know
"For you, a thousand time over."
Can someone explain this phrase?
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Is "I like fish" correct? or may I say "I like fishes"？I mean for eating. Appreciated in advance.
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"Does not know do not know the history of the future."
"Can not direct the future that does not know the past."
These are Ataturk's quotes but which one true? Or what is this actually?
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The only example that I can remember hearing is "They [phones] make a cunny noise like." Can anyone give me a website, an online dictionary, anything to help me out?
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Are there any expression 'posh accent',or 'posh English'?
What do you think of people who speak 'posh English'?
Where do you usually go out with your friends/ relatives if you were from
Watford/ London? :)
Do the British normally eat meatloaf? Do you even know what meatloaf is? What foods do you eat every week? (Note: In many homes in the US they eat meatloaf once a week, and in many US restaurants meatloaf is on the menu.)
Do British people hate Japanese people?
In Europe, I often hear that Japanese people are beaten when they see them.
I love the four countries of England and the people of England. What do you think of Japanese people?
please tell me
Does "I am sorry, I didn't come today at scheduled time without informing u. Actually last night, I had to stay awake upto late night. That's why I couldn't get up early in the morning. However, Possibly I can't come today. Inshallah, I will come tomorrow at scheduled time " sound natural?
Kindly rewrite incase of mistakes. Thanks.
why do some British people's pronounce words like "U" as "e" and "Water" as "wotah"?
Do British students go to school on Saturdays?
How do British people say the time? It's quarter past 10. It's half past 10. It's ten o'clock. It's quarter to 11. Do they say "It's 14.15", or "15.05" ? Which way is the most common?
My jaw hit the ground - What does this expression mean? Thanks for the answer.
Is 'the killers' popular in UK?
If so,why do you think they are popular?
Guys seriously what do you mean when you say 'Can you whip on some Wagner?' I am watching the file 'The Theory of Everything' and this quote came out. I think this is some kind of proverbs.. Does British people use a lot of proverbs in daily life? Cuz I saw a lot of people using it in film or drama.
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Isn't it supposed to be "other times never" instead?
In Scottish slang, what does "ram yer 1902" mean?
Как сказать "Что тебе надо" на Английском?
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How is the weather over there?
Are the word “boyfriend”, “girlfriend” coordinate compound nouns?
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Is there some sexual meaning?
"Satan's waterfall" means you have your period?
If someone say
" you are a bright girl."
what does it mean in this sentence?
Should the word "cockney" be capitalised? I've seen it both ways (Cockney, cockney). Is there a rule for when it should be capitalized?
I didn't have enough money to buy the computer
I hadn't enough money to buy the computer
Which of these is correct ? and Why?
Which one is correct grammatically between "I have much stuff to do" and "I have many stuff to do"