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It's okay to use "impact" as a verb.
Added on 4th Dec 2004 | 955 Votes
Two beers is my ____.
Added on 4th Dec 2004 | 423 Votes
A ____ of badgers
Added on 3rd Dec 2004 | 433 Votes
What ____ become of them?
Added on 3rd Dec 2004 | 447 Votes
"The place of slang is in real life." H.W. Fowler
Added on 2nd Dec 2004 | 333 Votes
It's a quiet, untouristed temple.
Added on 28th Nov 2004 | 323 Votes
I like salt in soup, but not too much.
Added on 17th Nov 2004 | 460 Votes
The passive voice is more common in ____ English.
Added on 14th Nov 2004 | 434 Votes
Is human nature constant?
Added on 12th Nov 2004 | 367 Votes
____ I help you?
Added on 10th Nov 2004 | 878 Votes
I still think that if it is legal, more people would use it.
Added on 2nd Nov 2004 | 433 Votes
Added on 30th Oct 2004 | 299 Votes
Added on 29th Oct 2004 | 397 Votes
An artist's impression of how 'Flores Man' ____ have looked.
Added on 28th Oct 2004 | 483 Votes
'Fake tan is too orange, too yellow or too brown. The latter is never a good look.'
Added on 23rd Oct 2004 | 359 Votes
The politics are trending conservative.
Added on 23rd Oct 2004 | 345 Votes
Are you online now then?
Added on 19th Oct 2004 | 438 Votes
Can 'alibi' be used as a verb?
Added on 18th Oct 2004 | 423 Votes
Added on 17th Oct 2004 | 374 Votes
Sugar in coffee
Added on 17th Oct 2004 | 501 Votes
Added on 17th Oct 2004 | 376 Votes
Which is correct?
Added on 17th Oct 2004 | 416 Votes
'Of course' is unnecessary if you know the fact and meaningless if you don't.
Added on 16th Oct 2004 | 347 Votes
"You are overpaid £XX" (Letter from tax authorities)
Added on 10th Oct 2004 | 367 Votes
Do you ever say "ain't"?
Added on 10th Oct 2004 | 463 Votes
The restaurant was fined for ____ hygiene regulations.
Added on 10th Oct 2004 | 396 Votes
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 10418 Votes
'Sugar' is considered to be an uncountable noun. "How many sugars do you want in your coffee?"
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 504 Votes
She did it ____.
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 462 Votes
The staff ____ pleased with the decision.
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 444 Votes
All the staff ____ angry.
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 464 Votes
Why don't you come on in and have a drink and a bite to eat?
Added on 8th Oct 2004 | 328 Votes
I'd just like to know so's I can take precautions.
Added on 3rd Oct 2004 | 414 Votes
'Yet' is ____ 'however' when it is used to show a contrast.
Added on 3rd Oct 2004 | 474 Votes
If it would've had an answer key, I think the book could've been more helpful.
Added on 2nd Oct 2004 | 368 Votes
The airline has stopped serving _____ meals on its flights.
Added on 2nd Oct 2004 | 404 Votes
There was nothing that could prevent them ____ it again.
Added on 30th Sep 2004 | 407 Votes
Added on 28th Sep 2004 | 369 Votes
Sunday at the park
Added on 27th Sep 2004 | 368 Votes
I'm glad you've decided to stop by at LTE once in a while.
Added on 27th Sep 2004 | 328 Votes
Added on 26th Sep 2004 | 333 Votes
Which one would you say?
Added on 25th Sep 2004 | 397 Votes
Which do you prefer?
Added on 22nd Sep 2004 | 381 Votes
I'd have helped if I had've known.
Added on 21st Sep 2004 | 523 Votes
All second language or foreign language skills are acquired through exposure.
Added on 20th Sep 2004 | 400 Votes
Is it a good idea to teach beginners intonation?
Added on 18th Sep 2004 | 405 Votes
If you understand the grammar, then you understand the language.
Added on 18th Sep 2004 | 344 Votes
Studying a language is entirely different from studying anything else.
Added on 18th Sep 2004 | 311 Votes
If you understand how to explain the grammar, then you can teach the language.
Added on 18th Sep 2004 | 488 Votes
Having good or bad materials to work with can make or break an ESL/EFL teacher.
Added on 18th Sep 2004 | 318 Votes
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