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Which has a negative connotation?
Added on 7th Apr 2004 | 1490 Votes
Added on 6th Apr 2004 | 384 Votes
'Parsimonious' has a...
Added on 5th Apr 2004 | 357 Votes
CV or Resume?
Added on 5th Apr 2004 | 609 Votes
He's a _____ old man
Added on 5th Apr 2004 | 437 Votes
He happened to arrive early.
Added on 1st Apr 2004 | 380 Votes
Do internet polls mean anything?
Added on 1st Apr 2004 | 382 Votes
Added on 30th Mar 2004 | 459 Votes
The director fired the worker. She was known to be aggressive.
Added on 27th Mar 2004 | 401 Votes
He hurt me ____
Added on 24th Mar 2004 | 489 Votes
Added on 22nd Mar 2004 | 390 Votes
I was worried sick.
Added on 22nd Mar 2004 | 418 Votes
Queue in ...
Added on 22nd Mar 2004 | 424 Votes
What would be the best description of "used to" in: She used to sing in a night club?
Added on 22nd Mar 2004 | 379 Votes
Up to a million people believe this.
Added on 20th Mar 2004 | 354 Votes
As many as a million people believe this.
Added on 20th Mar 2004 | 425 Votes
How do you feel about computers in the classroom?
Added on 20th Mar 2004 | 428 Votes
Which definition of 'Used To' is more accurate?
Added on 19th Mar 2004 | 360 Votes
How would you punctuate this sentence advising people of what to do if they see an unattended bag?
Added on 17th Mar 2004 | 682 Votes
It's one of the books that _____ to me.
Added on 17th Mar 2004 | 431 Votes
Do you use 'whilst'?
Added on 15th Mar 2004 | 630 Votes
Be sure to take your belongings with you when you leave the train.
Added on 13th Mar 2004 | 344 Votes
"Grammar becomes lexis as the event becomes more probable." - Michael Lewis
Added on 13th Mar 2004 | 304 Votes
Does punctuation matter?
Added on 13th Mar 2004 | 403 Votes
This is Raj's photo.
Added on 13th Mar 2004 | 365 Votes
Added on 13th Mar 2004 | 393 Votes
If you had to give one up, which would it be?
Added on 13th Mar 2004 | 350 Votes
Ebonics is ..... .
Added on 13th Mar 2004 | 402 Votes
I was fascinated by it all.
Added on 12th Mar 2004 | 472 Votes
She's doing ____ MBA
Added on 12th Mar 2004 | 530 Votes
Added on 10th Mar 2004 | 411 Votes
If the police had arrived earlier, she ____ not have died.
Added on 6th Mar 2004 | 490 Votes
Is 'wish' a modal verb?
Added on 5th Mar 2004 | 608 Votes
She's married to an Italian ____ comes from Milan.
Added on 5th Mar 2004 | 524 Votes
The dog wouldn't have ____ the postman.
Added on 3rd Mar 2004 | 476 Votes
Samantha rinsed the cups clean.
Added on 28th Feb 2004 | 397 Votes
Do you use 'shall'?
Added on 28th Feb 2004 | 495 Votes
Do you indent the first line of a paragraph?
Added on 28th Feb 2004 | 1973 Votes
Do you put a comma before 'and' in lists?
Added on 28th Feb 2004 | 1292 Votes
Will English ever break up into different languages the way Latin did?
Added on 23rd Feb 2004 | 428 Votes
What age should children start learning a foreign language at?
Added on 20th Feb 2004 | 1605 Votes
Should the British 'A' level and GCSE exams be replaced by diplomas?
Added on 18th Feb 2004 | 333 Votes
Added on 17th Feb 2004 | 343 Votes
'Used to' can express either a habit or a state, but 'would' can only express a habit.
Added on 15th Feb 2004 | 440 Votes
Which is correct?
Added on 14th Feb 2004 | 466 Votes
"There's no seats free."
Added on 14th Feb 2004 | 466 Votes
Must a sentence contain a main verb?
Added on 6th Feb 2004 | 489 Votes
A precondition is .....
Added on 6th Feb 2004 | 363 Votes
Noam Chomsky is ....
Added on 4th Feb 2004 | 360 Votes
"I wouldn't be surprised if it didn't rain."
Added on 4th Feb 2004 | 616 Votes
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