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It was you who ____ wrong.
Added on 22nd May 2004 | 631 Votes
There _____ English, maths and science in the test.
Added on 22nd May 2004 | 503 Votes
I went to my first football match when I was ten and was hooked from ___ on.
Added on 21st May 2004 | 476 Votes
'Flame' is ....
Added on 21st May 2004 | 429 Votes
Now that he had reached the town, night had fallen and it was cold.
Added on 17th May 2004 | 382 Votes
Does English have a Middle Voice?
Added on 13th May 2004 | 519 Votes
Added on 13th May 2004 | 343 Votes
Added on 13th May 2004 | 330 Votes
What percentage of the world population speak Standard English?
Added on 12th May 2004 | 4161 Votes
Do you speak Standard English?
Added on 12th May 2004 | 620 Votes
'When a crime is committed, you can't pursue only one of the guilty parties.' Maitre Jacques Verges
Added on 9th May 2004 | 337 Votes
As recent events.....
Added on 9th May 2004 | 372 Votes
Added on 9th May 2004 | 409 Votes
A large number of animals _____ killed for food every day.
Added on 7th May 2004 | 590 Votes
Which of these two "closers" would you choose as a parting statement?
Added on 5th May 2004 | 371 Votes
I have got up today.
Added on 5th May 2004 | 506 Votes
The negative result of the test for cancer gave me _____ of mind.
Added on 27th Apr 2004 | 437 Votes
I was so angry that I gave them a ____ of my mind.
Added on 27th Apr 2004 | 462 Votes
You should take him ____ you find him.
Added on 18th Apr 2004 | 468 Votes
'The sun has got his hat on.'
Added on 17th Apr 2004 | 532 Votes
Is 'lettuce' an inanimate noun?
Added on 15th Apr 2004 | 379 Votes
Which is the correct spelling?
Added on 15th Apr 2004 | 379 Votes
Let's get on with it, .....
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 402 Votes
That brother of yours is always late!
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 411 Votes
Neither Jane nor Sue ______ they will pass.
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 611 Votes
If he gets home on time, we go out for dinner.
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 401 Votes
"Well, letís get down to work."
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 364 Votes
She's one of those who ____ been against the idea from the start.
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 434 Votes
Many a person ____ on their own.
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 462 Votes
Excessive tolerance can take what ____ often regarded as intolerant forms.
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 414 Votes
I took it off of him.
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 421 Votes
Added on 14th Apr 2004 | 382 Votes
Which spelling is correct?
Added on 13th Apr 2004 | 1029 Votes
Added on 13th Apr 2004 | 426 Votes
Physics ____ interesting.
Added on 7th Apr 2004 | 504 Votes
I _____ her for long then.
Added on 7th Apr 2004 | 398 Votes
Which would you use on a party invitation?
Added on 7th Apr 2004 | 707 Votes
Which is correct?
Added on 7th Apr 2004 | 414 Votes
Which has a negative connotation?
Added on 7th Apr 2004 | 1484 Votes
Added on 6th Apr 2004 | 377 Votes
'Parsimonious' has a...
Added on 5th Apr 2004 | 353 Votes
CV or Resume?
Added on 5th Apr 2004 | 607 Votes
He's a _____ old man
Added on 5th Apr 2004 | 434 Votes
He happened to arrive early.
Added on 1st Apr 2004 | 372 Votes
Do internet polls mean anything?
Added on 1st Apr 2004 | 376 Votes
Added on 30th Mar 2004 | 453 Votes
The director fired the worker. She was known to be aggressive.
Added on 27th Mar 2004 | 398 Votes
He hurt me ____
Added on 24th Mar 2004 | 485 Votes
Added on 22nd Mar 2004 | 382 Votes
I was worried sick.
Added on 22nd Mar 2004 | 415 Votes
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