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Feb
15
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
5
awarded  Yearling
Oct
19
asked What grammar structure is “having + [verb]-ed”?
Oct
2
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
18
accepted How is 'get' being used in these sentences?
Sep
18
comment How is 'get' being used in these sentences?
How should I choose the right verb? Sometimes 'get' is used and sometimes 'have'.
Sep
18
comment How is 'get' being used in these sentences?
Hmmm, the structures of my sentences are different than those in the related post.
Sep
18
asked How is 'get' being used in these sentences?
Sep
16
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
So 'enough' either enables you to do something or prevents you from doing something(as in this example; We didn't go out to dinner after the show; the tickets to the play were expensive enough.), but I don't see how 'far enough' means that 'it is not too far, I can walk'.
Sep
16
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
I am very grateful to those who voted for my question to be reopened.
Sep
16
accepted Too X, X enough, enough X
Sep
16
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
Thank you very much, David :).
Sep
15
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
Thanks a lot, StoneyB.
Sep
15
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
Closed as too localized? That's the worst site for English help indeed.
Sep
15
comment Too X, X enough, enough X
3 more votes needed to close this question? Please, don't vote against this question. I need those explanations badly.
Sep
15
revised Too X, X enough, enough X
added 1 characters in body
Sep
15
asked Too X, X enough, enough X
Sep
15
accepted “On/at/for/over the weekend” in American English
Sep
14
accepted Saying dates in English
Sep
13
comment Saying dates in English
This is taken from a Russian textbook.