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    [General] Why your woman treats me like that or why do your woman treat me like that?

    I would like to know is it ok to write this way? Why your woman treats you like that. Or Why do your woman treat you like that? I saw the first one as a topic of something.
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    [General] The first thing I do in the morning is wake up/ is to wake.

    I would like to know which one is correct. 1. The first I do in the mornings is wake up. 2. The first I do in the morning is to wake up. I heard people say both way.
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    [General] We wish you have a good experience with them.

    I would like to know why is the article "A" is after an abstract noun "experience." We wish you have a good experience with them. I am confused because the word "experience" is uncountable and abstract.
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    [General] Refund is deposited in the bank/ on the Amazon app.

    Let's say, I want a refund for an item that I bought through Amazon and I wanted to ask an question to the customer care in the following. Will the amount be deposited in my bank account or on the Amazon app? I would like know when it comes to an app to get send an amount of money, should I...
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    [General] How to recognize the stress syllables?

    Hi, I find it hard to recognize the stress syllabus when the mark appears in the middele of two words like "forget'table." Oxford Dictionary says the mark appears over the word that is the stress syllable like "data" the mark is over the a in the dictionary, but I don't know how to show that...
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    [General] You don't care about him = You don't care abou dim.

    I would like to know does the American say like this. You don't care abou dim. How is it pronounced in Bre in rapid speech? You don't care abou tim.
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    [General] Neither of country or neither of the country.

    Let's say, someone asks me are you from Japan or China? Or which country are you from. How should I reply in the following? 1. I am from neither of country. 2. I am from neither of the country. I would like to know which one is correct.
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    I would like to know how the American pronounce "Putin" and "panting." In "Putin" are there vowel sounds before and after the "t." If it is so, it should be pronounce "Pudin." I don't know much about it. I am confused! Should I say the flap t or true t or dropped t in "putin" and "painting?"
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    [General] Do you know what day is today/day today is or special day is today/special day today.

    I would like to know which of these are correct in the following. 1. Do you know what day is today. 2. Do you know what day today is. 3. Do you know what special day is today. 4. Do you know what special day today is. I didn't typed the correct title by mistake.
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    [General] How should I pronounce "won't" and "cant?"

    I would like to know how I should pronounce "won't" and "can't" when these are followed by a vowel sound. Should I or should I not release the "t" in the following? 1.You won't ever know. 2. I can't open the box. I have another question when the model verb "must" is followed by a consonant...
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    [General] Should I pronounce "twenty" as "twenny " or "twendee?"

    I would like to know if I should say " twenny" or "twendee." I heard some say both the way.
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    [Grammar] How should I pronounce the words "dominate" and "hate?"

    I would to know how I should pronounce "dominate," "dominate" and "hate." As far sa I know when the "t" is between two vowel sounds it is pronounced the "d." I am sure but can I pronounce "domate" = "dominade," "dominated" = "dominadid" and "hate" = "hade?"
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    [General] It is.

    I would like to know how I should say the following. It is your choice. = Id is your choice Should I say "d" insteaf of "t" because the "t" is between two vowel sounds?
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    [General] Pronunciation of reduced sentences.

    I would like to know how I should reduce and pronounce the followings: 1. How do we talk to strangers? 2. How did we talk to the strangers? 3. How were we being dominated? 4. How do they talk to strangers? 5. How did they talk to the strangers? 6. How do the team Russia play against china at...
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    [General] Is the "a" stressed in "creative?"

    I would like to know if the "a" is streesed in "creative," why it is pronounced "creadev" instead of "creative." When "attack" is pronounced attack not "adack, beacuse "a" is streesed here. I don't understand!
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    [Grammar] Attack is pronounced attack and little is pronounced liddle.

    I would like to know why the word "attack" is pronounced attack when the double "tt" comes between two vowels and why the word "little" is pronounced liddle when there is only one vowel that is "i" before "tt" and after it there is "l." I am confused!
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    [Grammar] You have an unhealthy liver.

    Can I say? 1.You have an unhealthy liver. 2. You have unhealthy liver.
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    [General] Should I or should I not write the article "the" before or after the determiner "both

    Should I or should I not write the article "the" before or after the determiner "both I would like to know I should or I should not write the article "the" before or aftet the determiner "both?" I have written some sentences for example. 1. They are the both same person. 2. We have both the...
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    [General] Whaddya think?

    "Whaddya think?" Does it mean both following sentences? 1. What did you think? 2. What do you think? Can I say it for anyone of the above sentences?
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    [General] Your song has a long lyrics or your song has long lyrics.

    I would like to know what I should say. 1. Your song has a long lyrics. 2. Your song has long lyrics.
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