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    to have an exam

    Hello, Would you please help me with the following sentence? "I have to read this book because I will have an exam in it next week." Does the sentence make sense? Is the preposition "in" correctly used? Thanks for your help
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    The rest

    Hello, Which of the following sentences is correct? Where is the rest of the people? Where are the rest of the people? Thank you for your help.
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    to have a word in

    Hello, Would you please help me with the following sentence? Does it sound natural? Circumstances surrounding us do have a word in the issue. Thanks for your help.
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    the same as mine

    Hello, Could you, please, correct my mistakes? You always wear the same design as hers when you go to a party. Thanks
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    on the day to day life

    Hello, Would you, please, tell me if the following sentences is correct? It is very useful on the day to day life. Thank you.
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    free for

    Hello, Is correct to say: Classes are free for people who swim five times a month. Thanks
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    serve for

    Hello, Is the following sentence correct?: It serves for more things. Thank you.
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    Busy to

    Hello, I would like to know if it sounds natural to say: I am busy to help you right now. Sorry, much better a bit later. Are you busy to do this? Thanks for your help.
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    During the other six days

    Hello, Could you please help me with this sentence: “I went to visit Moscow. I stayed there for a week. The first day I visited the Red Square. During the other six days I visited a lot of museums and different places” Is the underlined phrase correct? Thanks for your...
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    in / down / along / on the river

    Hello, I would like to know which of the following sentences make sense: “I went on a boat down the river Thames” “I went on a boat in the river Thames” “I went on a boat along the river Thames” "I went on a a boat on the river Thames" Thanks a lot.
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    I have an exam tomorrow.

    Hello, Let’s see: You say: “I have an exam tomorrow”, that is to say, the expression “to have an exam” is correct. However, in everyday language, no native speaker would ever say “I’m having an exam tomorrow/ next week” – while you feel comfortable with the sentence “I am taking an exam...
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    Exam/test

    Hello, Can you tell me whether these sentences are correct?: I have an exam tomorrow. I am having an exam tomorrow. I am going to have an exam tomorrow. I will have an exam tomorrow. I have a test tomorrow. I am having a test tomorrow. I am going to have a test tomorrow. I will have a...
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    tests (?)

    Hello, I would like to know if the following sentence make any sense to native English speakers: "You shouldn't judge somebody if you don't have tests" Thanks for your help.
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    What do you use this for?

    Hello, Would you be so kind to tell me the difference between the use of "to" and "for" in the following sentences: I normally use this pencil to draw pictures. I normally use this pencil for drawing pictures. I use this knife to cut meat. I use this knife for cutting meat. I use this...
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    I wish I was / were offered that post

    Hello, Could you please help me with this sentence? “I wish I was / were offered that post.” Should we use was or were? Thanks for your help.
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    What time does your watch make?

    Hello, Would you tell me whether the following sentence is of common use? "What time does your watch make?" Thank you a lot.
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    Break a record

    Hello, I would like to know whether the following sentences are correct: "I would like to break the 100 metre swimming record." "I would like to break the record of swimming 100 metres." "I would like to break the record in swimming 100 metres." Thanks for your help
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    whole / all

    Hello, Are these sentences correct? My whole family is here. All my family is here. Thanks
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    I am asleep

    Hello, I would like you to tell me if the following expression sounds natural in English: I am never asleep before ten. Thanks for your help.
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    double-edged sword

    Hello, Speaking in a metaphorical way we can use the expression "double-edged sword" to mean that whatever we are mentioning has a double effect. What about if we use "double-bladed weapon" or "double blade weapon", would a native English speaker understand these two latter terms as if they...
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