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comment “brush something up” vs. “brush up (on something)”: What is the difference?
Great! Thank you!
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accepted “brush something up” vs. “brush up (on something)”: What is the difference?
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asked “brush something up” vs. “brush up (on something)”: What is the difference?
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accepted Why did author use a different sort of articles in sentence, which describe a picture?
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accepted Put the words in the correct order to make question
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comment Put the words in the correct order to make question
@DavidWallace, you are right, but main problem: where in sentence can I put "last"?
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asked Put the words in the correct order to make question
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comment Why did author use a different sort of articles in sentence, which describe a picture?
@WillHunting, for example, I have a question: "What do you see on a picture?"As answer, I must fill empty lines. Also, at end of the book I have correct answers. These answers I wrote in this question.
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asked Why did author use a different sort of articles in sentence, which describe a picture?
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accepted “Take a look at” vs. “look at”
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accepted Definite article in the question “What is the time?”
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comment Definite article in the question “What is the time?”
@JamesJiao, I am not sure about New Zeland :) I just opened my Grammar book.
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asked Definite article in the question “What is the time?”
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asked “Take a look at” vs. “look at”
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comment “Confusing modifiers” reported where none are found
@tchrist, it is grammarly.com
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accepted “Confusing modifiers” reported where none are found