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asked Is there any differences between “I suggest doing” and “I suggest you do?”
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asked What does “to invite oneself” mean?
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comment What does it mean to call somebody “mom?”
@MT_Head it's not Ma'am. It's mom (and sometimes mama.)
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asked What does it mean to call somebody “mom?”
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comment Is the word “colic” a right word in this context?
My native language is Thai and "จุก" is the word we use to express this feeling.
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comment Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
@GeorgePompidou No, I didn't. What I meant to say is tone is not the factor here because I texted him. (From my understanding, tone means the way I literally speak. Is that right?)
Aug
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comment Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
To people who vote to close my question, please at least tell me the reason. :)
Aug
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comment Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
@GeorgePompidou I think this is not about tone. I texted him, didn't talk to him face-to-face.
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comment Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
@Mari-LouA What's POB question?
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asked Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
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comment Is the word “colic” a right word in this context?
In my native language, the word that I am looking for is a little less than pain. I think there might be no English equivalent word.
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asked Is the word “colic” a right word in this context?
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asked Similar idioms to “When the cat's away, the mice will play”