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    [Grammar] Shall we?

    Hi, ... but we'll let that pass, shall we? 1) In this sentence, is "we'll" a contraction for "we will" or "we shall"? 2) If it's the contraction for "we will", I supposed that the question tag "shall we" is used only because "will we" doesn't ring well, isn't it? Thanks!
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    [Idiom] Kicking up a rumpus

    Hi, I came across this idiom this week. I wonder what it means as rumpus, in the Oxford Canadian Dictionary, means: a disturbance, brawl, row, or uproar, and rumpus room means: a room, usually in the basement of a house, for games and play. I took it from this sentence: "They were kicking up...
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    [Grammar] Conjunctions

    Hi, Can I use equally these conjunctions to express "for the reason that"? I asked John because he knows everything on that matter. I asked John for he knows everything on that matter. I asked John since he knows everything on that matter I asked John as he knows everything on that matter...
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    [Grammar] "that" "which" and the comma

    Could you enlighten me on the use of the coma with "that" and "which"? Which one of these examples is correct? Examples: The flowers that I received from Gina are magnificent. The flowers which I received from Gina are magnificent. OR The flowers, that a received from Gina, are...
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    to be better off

    Hi, I was wondering if I could say: "I will be better off doing gardening than singing." Isn't it more idiomatic than saying "Taking gardening classes will be a better choice for me than singing classes." Thank your for information and corrections.
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