Yes, we say "at night" but we don't say "at the night". We say, "on the night of" but we don't say "at night of". Notice the difference??My question is we usually say " at night" why do we have "on the night" here? Is "on the night of " a set phrase?
Rewrite the sentence as, "More and more people are moving to urban areas all over the world_______________living in cities has its problems." and you will know why answer (a) is correct.___________ living in cities has its problems, more and more people are moving to urban areas all over the world.
a. Even though b. Even if c. In spite of d. While
It makes sense to those who think aloud and believe me, most people do "think aloud". Of course, nobody can hear them "think aloud" because it is not meant for others to hear!My question is if we say "You couldn't hear yourself speak" it makes sense but "You couldn't hear yourself think" just doesn't make sense.
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