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Swearing is ___.
Added on 11th Jan 2004 | 443 Votes
'He uses statistics as a drunken man uses lamp-posts- for support rather than illumination.' A Lang
Added on 10th Jan 2004 | 487 Votes
Which is correct?
Added on 3rd Jan 2004 | 419 Votes
Added on 29th Dec 2003 | 361 Votes
Added on 29th Dec 2003 | 384 Votes
They looked at one another.
Added on 28th Dec 2003 | 444 Votes
I'm on cloud ____.
Added on 28th Dec 2003 | 422 Votes
"Your atoms will answer to a single rigid impulse- to keep you you." Bill Bryson
Added on 28th Dec 2003 | 343 Votes
The problem was ____ rooted
Added on 19th Dec 2003 | 459 Votes
Dialects _____ from the standard form of a language.
Added on 17th Dec 2003 | 435 Votes
The orchestra played for...
Added on 12th Dec 2003 | 431 Votes
Do you enjoy learning the English language?
Added on 7th Dec 2003 | 675 Votes
Added on 7th Dec 2003 | 400 Votes
There are a number of alternatives.
Added on 7th Dec 2003 | 383 Votes
Whenever I see a cat, I usually start sneezing.
Added on 5th Dec 2003 | 453 Votes
A word like 'madam' that is the same backwards is called...
Added on 2nd Dec 2003 | 7146 Votes
Which can be an adverb?
Added on 28th Nov 2003 | 411 Votes
Is "let" a contranym?
Added on 27th Nov 2003 | 410 Votes
A large ____ of tickets were left unsold.
Added on 25th Nov 2003 | 514 Votes
"Here's the things you asked for."
Added on 21st Nov 2003 | 484 Votes
Punctuation is governed 2/3s by rule and 1/3 by personal taste. GV Carey
Added on 11th Nov 2003 | 470 Votes
The fundamental aim is to separate the grammatical sequences from the ungrammatical sequence-Chomsky
Added on 7th Nov 2003 | 350 Votes
The company ___ doing well.
Added on 7th Nov 2003 | 492 Votes
The team ___ doing well.
Added on 7th Nov 2003 | 514 Votes
The company ___ being sold.
Added on 7th Nov 2003 | 467 Votes
How would you punctuate this?
Added on 6th Nov 2003 | 538 Votes
He was sighted in no less than 15 countries.
Added on 4th Nov 2003 | 428 Votes
Is the word "mine" a pronoun?
Added on 2nd Nov 2003 | 714 Votes
Which of the following means 'expressing a wish'?
Added on 1st Nov 2003 | 411 Votes
Which is more formal?
Added on 1st Nov 2003 | 450 Votes
His suit ____ him well.
Added on 20th Oct 2003 | 512 Votes
In your opinion, what is the biggest barrier to learning English?
Added on 20th Oct 2003 | 624 Votes
How often do you study English using ESL websites?
Added on 20th Oct 2003 | 389 Votes
Is 'manhole' an offensive term?
Added on 18th Oct 2003 | 475 Votes
The zero conditional is...
Added on 16th Oct 2003 | 417 Votes
Have you ever been bullied?
Added on 14th Oct 2003 | 439 Votes
'If you see her, tell her I called.'
Added on 12th Oct 2003 | 410 Votes
Standard English is the best English.
Added on 8th Oct 2003 | 524 Votes
A phrase where the words contradict each other like 'living death' is...
Added on 6th Oct 2003 | 2501 Votes
'Lovely' is an
Added on 5th Oct 2003 | 525 Votes
Which is correct?
Added on 2nd Oct 2003 | 505 Votes
Only the 3rd conditional refers to past time.
Added on 29th Sep 2003 | 457 Votes
The third conditional is only used about an established fact in the if- clause.
Added on 28th Sep 2003 | 390 Votes
Dear Mrs Hasan.....
Added on 19th Sep 2003 | 458 Votes
Dear Mrs .....
Added on 19th Sep 2003 | 476 Votes
"Spoken language is, in fact, no less structured and highly organised than written." MAK Halliday
Added on 16th Sep 2003 | 420 Votes
What is the study of meaning called?
Added on 15th Sep 2003 | 1482 Votes
What is a vowel sound made of two vowel sounds gliding together called?
Added on 15th Sep 2003 | 947 Votes
An individual's language is called...
Added on 15th Sep 2003 | 472 Votes
Is language hard-wired into the human brain?
Added on 14th Sep 2003 | 480 Votes
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