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  1. round the back

    Started by IQU3838, 19-Jun-2012 04:37
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  2. relative to

    Started by keannu, 19-Jun-2012 03:44
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    19-Jun-2012, 04:27 Go to last post
  3. would have forgotten

    Started by keannu, 19-Jun-2012 03:28
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    19-Jun-2012, 03:28 Go to last post
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  4. [Vocabulary] I _________ up a small hut in the backyard.

    Started by wotcha, 18-Jun-2012 18:46
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    19-Jun-2012, 02:16 Go to last post
  5. [Grammar] Is this sentence is grammatical and natural?

    Started by eggcracker, 18-Jun-2012 20:51
    • Replies: 2
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    19-Jun-2012, 00:53 Go to last post
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  6. [Grammar] Mixing "say" and "said" in past tense dialogue

    Started by mattthehoople, 18-Jun-2012 22:09
    • Replies: 2
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    18-Jun-2012, 22:27 Go to last post
  7. [Grammar] causative verbs and gerund question

    Started by yes2424, 18-Jun-2012 10:20
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,156
    18-Jun-2012, 22:24 Go to last post
  8. [Vocabulary] She ____________ in the washing when it began to rain.

    Started by wotcha, 18-Jun-2012 17:51
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    • Replies: 11
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    18-Jun-2012, 18:47 Go to last post
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  9. [Vocabulary] remotely, a little bit, a little, a bit

    Started by eggcracker, 18-Jun-2012 17:09
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 521
    18-Jun-2012, 18:07 Go to last post
  10. Do you feel boredom/boring/bored?

    Started by Naeem PTC, 18-Jun-2012 17:03
    • Replies: 4
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    18-Jun-2012, 17:59 Go to last post
  11. Is this clear?

    Started by NewHopeR, 18-Jun-2012 16:09
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 257
    18-Jun-2012, 17:16 Go to last post
  12. Can hospitalization be expressed like this?

    Started by NewHopeR, 18-Jun-2012 14:50
    • Replies: 3
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    18-Jun-2012, 17:13 Go to last post
  13. "On" or "In"?

    Started by TheParser, 18-Jun-2012 11:47
    • Replies: 2
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    18-Jun-2012, 17:08 Go to last post
  14. Is "character" used properly here?

    Started by NewHopeR, 18-Jun-2012 14:53
    • Replies: 2
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    18-Jun-2012, 17:06 Go to last post
  15. [Grammar] about participle clause

    Started by pseudo, 16-Jun-2012 14:44
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    18-Jun-2012, 17:04 Go to last post
  16. Which one is correct?

    Started by NewHopeR, 18-Jun-2012 16:15
    • Replies: 1
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    18-Jun-2012, 16:34 Go to last post
  17. is thought to

    Started by vkhu, 17-Jun-2012 04:29
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 502
    18-Jun-2012, 16:15 Go to last post
  18. [Grammar] whose job it is ...

    Started by yungchunli, 12-Jun-2012 15:41
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    18-Jun-2012, 16:08 Go to last post
  19. Is the verb "feel" used properly here?

    Started by NewHopeR, 18-Jun-2012 13:05
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 446
    18-Jun-2012, 15:46 Go to last post
  20. Any better expression for this?

    Started by NewHopeR, 18-Jun-2012 14:56
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 274
    18-Jun-2012, 15:46 Go to last post
  21. Native English or American cinephile

    Started by Kinomaks, 13-Jun-2012 08:40
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    18-Jun-2012, 15:33 Go to last post
  22. [Idiom] "settle it" what does it mean ?

    Started by Mr,T, 18-Jun-2012 09:16
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    18-Jun-2012, 14:41 Go to last post
  23. Is 'Thank you in advance' not good English?

    Started by joham, 18-Jun-2012 14:26
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    18-Jun-2012, 14:38 Go to last post
  24. Correct expression.

    Started by Inam1969, 18-Jun-2012 14:03
    • Replies: 1
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    18-Jun-2012, 14:20 Go to last post
  25. [General] It would/will be nice to hear from him?

    Started by eggcracker, 18-Jun-2012 13:18
    • Replies: 3
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    18-Jun-2012, 14:13 Go to last post
  26. Which one is correct? 1 or 2?

    Started by NewHopeR, 18-Jun-2012 13:34
    • Replies: 9
    • Views: 333
    18-Jun-2012, 14:01 Go to last post
  27. [Grammar] use of "either"

    Started by kristy0725, 18-Jun-2012 10:25
    • Replies: 2
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    18-Jun-2012, 13:40 Go to last post

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