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    [Grammar] wise for you or wise of you

    it is wise for you to do it It is wise of you to do it which is correct? If both are correct, is there any difference?
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    [Grammar] as if ------ makes me craze....

    She talked to the star as if she (were/ had been)talking to her husband. Context: her husband already died. which selection is correct? Is there any difference in meaning , if both are possible?
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    does they have the same meaning, or not?

    1. The guard explained that he had discovered the man in the passage and finding that he was seriously ill. The guard explained that he had discovered the man in the passage , finding that he was seriously ill. The guard explained that he had discovered the man in the passage and found...
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    [Grammar] which is a correct choice?

    I am the kind of person who wouldn't go across the street to see somebody just because their(its) face was plastered all over th papers or the TV.
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    [Grammar] a urgent question!

    He treats the earth and the sky as things to be bought and sold like sheep. He treats the earth and the sky as things to buy and sell like sheep. Do the above sentences have the same meaning?
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    My teacher says

    "The cell phone is too expensive for students to buy. " is right. "The cell phone is so expensive for students to buy." is wrong. I think they both are right, but they have a different meaning. Who is right?
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    what is the topic of the passage

    As you know, being successful is not easy. You won't necessarily succeed at everything the first time you try. That's OK. Some of the most successful people in the world are the ones who've had the most failures. J. K. Rowling's first Harry Potter book was rejected twelve times before it was...
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    [Grammar] Am I right??

    Try to think of what you can do now. Try to think of things that you can do now. Try to think of things which you can do now I think they have the same meaning and grammatically right. Am I right?? When that and which are used as a relative pronoun, they are interchangeable.
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    [General] believe and believe in

    I believe ghosts I believe in ghosts Do they have the same meaning????
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    any difference?

    *How long have you been wating for me? *How long have you waited for me? Do they have any difference in the meaning?
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    [Grammar] any differences

    Keeping journal helps you improve your writing. To keep journal helps you improve your writing.
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    [Grammar] easy but confused

    I like to playing baseball. I like playing baseball. Any difference in meaning?
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    what is a difference

    I feel strong I feel strongly
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    [Essay] This is an emergency to me

    In fact, what often appears to be a piece of worthless old junk may very well be quite valuable. ( For instance), people often sell old record albums, bottles and books for pennies only to see them resold for tens or hundreds of dollars as parts of large collections. Above is a question from...
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    two questions

    Whatever enters into the eye gate comes out the mouth. Q1: Does it have a different meaning if I replace "comes out the mouth"with comes out of the mouth? Q2:any difference between "enters into the eye" and "enter the eye"?
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