Should I say 'in the next week' or 'on the next week' in the sentence?
"I present you" or "I present to you"?
Which one is correct?
Thank you :)
How can I say "Please take care of yourself" in more polite and natural way? I said it to professor who caught a cold, but I felt like there was another way to say.
Everyone was or everyone were?
is it "these two girls" or "this two girls"
can you explain when i should use "these"?
Which sentence is correct?
Please forward the email to whomever you think relevant.
Please forward the email to whomever you think is relevant.
Thank you in advance.
Is there any difference between "Do you happen to know...." and "Do you know...."?
¿Podrías por favor mostrarme un ejemplo de diálogo entre dos personas (10 líneas cada una.) qué contenga verbos modales?
Could you show me an example of a dialogue between two people (10 lines each) that contains modal verbs? [ Sorry for my bad english.]
How should I reply to this: "I hope you had a good time".
1. IT was good.
2. THAT was good.
"How was your holiday?" Or "How were your holidays?" Are both correct?
what's the meaning of “block letters” when i fill in a form?
Do you often say “Please kindly check it” on a formal email?
Is this a natural expression?
What would you say instead of this phrase?
How can I answer when someone say "what's new?" or "what's up?" naturally ? Please give me some instances 💭
where was he born ? or where did he born?
and why? thanks
Do you come today or are you coming today?
Which are correct?
How can I ask someone who had a surgery a question whether s/he is fine or not after the operation in English?
is "expensiver" grammatically correct?
Hi ! I need to fill in the test and I'm not sure which answer is correct. Could you help me, please :)
1. As I had missed the history lesson, my friend went ..... the homework with me.
A. by B after C over D on
2. The decorated roof of the ancient palace was .... up by 4 thin columns
a built b carried c held d supported
3. Would it .... you if we came on Thursday
a agree b suit c like d fit
4. This form .... be handed in until the end of the week
a. doesn't need b doesn't have c needn't d hasn't got
5. Although our opinions on many things.... , we're good friends
a differ b oppose c disagree d divide
6. This product must be eaten ... 2 days of purchase
a by b before c within d under
7. The newspaper report contained ... imporant information.
a many b another c an d a lot of
8. Have you considered .... to London?
a move b to move c to be moving d moving
9. James was not sure exactly where his best interests ....
a stood b rested c lay d centred|
10. As the game .... to a close, disappointed spectators started to leave
a led b neared c approached d drew
11.andrew's attempts to get into the swimming team have not ... with much success
a associated b concluded c joined d met
12. Although Sara had obviousely read the newspaper article carefully, she didn't seem to have ... the main point.
a grasped b clutched c clasped d gripped
13. A lot of the views put forward in the documentary were open to...
a enquiry b query c question d wonder
14. The new college .... for the needs of students with a variety of learning backgrounds
a deals b supplies c furnishes d caters
15. I find the times of English meals vry strange I'm not used .... dinner at 6 pm
a. to have v to having c having d have
Who is my aunt's husband? Uncle-in-law, uncle or my aunt's husband?
'People in all ages', 'people at all ages' and 'people of all ages' which one is right? Thanks!
I am ON the lesson / AT the lesson (which one is correct?)
wish him happy birthday from my side .
is it right?
Is it OK to reply an email just:
“Will do thanks. “
Is there any polite way to say it in English?
Is " catch the deadline" correct? If not, how would I say when I wanna express "meeting the deadline in the last minute?
How do you say " the food looks tasty" in a cooler way?
Which is correct?
-I was born and raised in...
-I am born and raised in...
what is correct ?
-we don't go often to the cinema
-we don't often go to the cinema
Which one is correct? Which year are you in university? or What year are you in university?
What is the difference between "it's ok with/for/by me" ?
Is it "I don't wanted" or "I didn't wanted" or "I didn't want" please ?
Her hair is or are?
Her eyes is or are?
Is it true to say "I hope we can get well along with each other, please take after me in the future" to a senior? How to say it in semi-formal way?
which one is correct:
-time goes by so fast
- time flies so fast
-time moves so fast
and please show me another sentence to say that
which one is correct?
i already eat or i already ate or i already eaten?
what should I reply when a person email me a meeting time and I agree?
Do you say "Say hello to her for me" or "Say hello to her from me"? Is there any other phrase with similar meaning i could use?
He didn't HAVE/HAS - which option is correct?
How to response the greeting “How are you?” in the email?
Can i response with ” I am fine thank you”
Which should I say to customer, ''Can I have your name, please?'' or ''May I have your name, please?''
What's the difference between them?
My colleague who are a native English speaker said that ''Can I'' means stronger than ''May I'', so it sounds like ''I want to do something by using your name'' when you say ''Can I have your name, please?''
You can use Can I, but we don't use so much when you talk to customers.
I asked some native speakers this question, but they said, ''Can I doesn't mean like that. May I is just more polite than Can I.''
Is this true?
I'm not sure which is correct
When giving a presentation, should I say "in the slide" or "on the slide"?
It is right to say: I love travel, I love to travel or I love travelling?
If I say “I will be waiting for your update.”, does it sounds like I am putting pressure on person, who receives the email?
Can I write on e-mal for example: See you tomorrow.
context: this person will call me tomorrow (on the telephone)
Do you say
"It was really nice to catch up"
"It was really nice catching up" ?
Is it correct to ask this question: How is your trip going/ getting?
is it correct?
can you borrow me some money?
"On Friday noon" and "On Friday at noon" - Which is correct?
What is correct? I'll be there around 9pm. Or... l'll be there about 9pm.