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"I often buy fruit" vs "I often buy fruits"?
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Check this dictionary: Fruit is usually uncountable: I love fruit. ✗Don’t say: I love fruits. • Fruit is used as a countable noun when talking about particular types of fruit: ...

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Please clarify this guideline "You use a plural count noun with no article if you mean all or any of that thing."?
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Zero article with plural count nouns may have generic or indefinite reference according to the predication (Source) Frogs have long hind legs. (generic = all frogs) He catches frogs. (indefinite = ...

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So, "might have been sleeping" (Modal perfect continuous) corresponds to past continuous, present perfect continuous or past perfect continuous?
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Finally, I can find the answer in here

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Confused about intonation! Will intonation modify the the pronunciation of a word in the dictionary?
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after doing some research, here is my conclusion: Stress: Loud, Long voice at a High pitch (you may raise to the high pitch quite suddenly) High Pitch: Gradually raise to the high pitch of the last ...

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For word pronunciation that have 2 consonants standing next to each other and at the end, Do we have to fully aspirate both of them?
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I think I found the answer. So simple, that is the rule of stop consonant. if a stop followed by a consonant don't release the stop, but hold it See this video at time of 19:53 https://www.youtube....

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