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    [Idiom] Say in other words

    Could you say in other words the underlined part below: "That doesn't mean she won't gut you up and hang you in front of everyone you thought she never told"
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    Is this good English?

    Could you tel if the sentences below sound OK in English: 1. If asked why you only stayed at your last job for six months, say you were never chosen Employee of the Month. 2. It would be good to think up examples that could serve as proof of the skills you claim you possess. 3. Being a big...
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    Is this good English

    Could you tell if the sentence below is grammatically correct. Does it sound OK in English? "Psychometric tests are used during the selection process to provide a potential employer with an insight into what the overall performance of an applicant within the organization would be."
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    VOCABULARY

    I would appreciate it a lot if you could discriminate between the shades of meaning of the verbs "HIRE/RECRUIT" and "EMPLOY"
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    spelling

    Which one is correct in terms of spelling: 1. on line tests 2. on-line tests 3. online tests
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    [Grammar] Is this good English

    Hi dear experts. Does the underlined part in the sentence below sound OK in English? "I have left my watch at home and I hate to be unaware of the time."
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    [Grammar] Say in other words

    Could you paraphrase the underlined part in the two sentences below. 1. The term environment broadly indicates the surrounding of an individual organism or a community of organisms, ranging on up to the entire biosphere, the zone of earth that is able to sustain life. 2. By surroundings is...
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    [Idiom] paraphrase

    Could you say in other words the underlined part, please: A: Trust me, darling, I promise to stick around long enough to identify your bloated, gin soaked, syphilitic remains. B: Ok, so we got a time frame.
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    [Grammar] which one is correct

    Dear experts, could you tell which of the the sentences below is gramatically correct: 1. It's the first time I am driving a BMW. 2. It's the first time I've driven a BMW.
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    say in other words

    Could you paraphrase the following: "I realized he was the only man in the world I could relate to."
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    what's the difference

    Could you discriminate between the shades of meaning of the phrases below: 1. What brought this on? 2. What brought this up?
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    say in other words

    Could you please paraphrase the underlined part in the sentence below: "You have overplayed your hand here. No one would call me successful.
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    is this good English

    Could you tell if the sentence below sounds OK in English? "Do I look like the type to carry a grudge?"
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    which one is correct

    Hi dear experts, could you tell which sentence is correct: 1. "We had run about a mile when we noticed that ......." 2. We had been running about a mile when we noticed that......"
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    what's the difference

    Dear experts, Could you comment on the difference in meaning between the two sentences below: 1. Are you going to use your bike tomorrow? 2. Will you be using your bike tomorrow?
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