Questions tagged with expression

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Proper expressions about 'underground floors' in English.
Hello. I used the expressions like ‘first floor underground’ and ‘second floor underground’ instead of ‘basement one’ and ‘basement two’. ...
english grammar expression 0 votes, asked Jul 15 by 이동원
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Meaning of "taking a woman off to the hay bales"?
What is the meaning of "taking a woman off to the hay bales"? For example, a group of (non-close) friends ...
meaning expression idioms 0 votes, asked Jun 04 by Dendi
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to express one's pleasure to help somebody financially or other fields.
Is it correct to write that "It has always been an honor to me to be in her financial or ...
expression pleasure honor 0 votes, edited May 26 by blal
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Grammar and expression
Two simple questions. First, is it correct to say "When a child" as the equivalent of "When I was a ...
grammar expression +1 vote, edited Dec 26 '15 by Abe
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make a distinction vs. make a differentiation
are these expressions same? or different?
expression 0 votes, asked Dec 07 '15 by sp lee
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Jump out of bed?
Does it mean 'get up in the morning' as a practical (idiomatic) meaning OR Does it assume a strong meaning ...
nuance expression 0 votes, asked Jan 19 '15 by Ranhee Kwon
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Blind, slat, curtain and shade
What are the difference between Shade and Blind? Also, I would like to know in case of blind (I mean ...
verb expression 0 votes, asked Nov 16 '14 by alan
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asking question
If someone ask me a question but i do not know the answer, what should i say if i want ...
asking question expression speaking 0 votes, asked Nov 13 '14 by alan
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What does "come out of his pen" mean?
What do these phrases mean? -- The letter has come out of his pen. -- He did come out of ...
grammar expression example live 0 votes, asked Mar 15 '14 by ershov
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Difference between these expressions
What's the difference between "let's camp and let's go camping" or is it the same thing?
expression camp Difference camping 0 votes, asked Oct 30 '13 by 48fresh
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Is this a correct phrase grammatically
Of the respondents, all the 10 different majors were respondent. Majors are listed below with the number of respondents representing ...
grammar expression 0 votes, asked Sep 04 '13 by NewEng
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