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User Name: Islami
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Topic: What <it> is
Posted: Sunday, January 26, 2020 11:15:25 PM
In my opinion it is an wh-cleft sentence.
Topic: "a" or"the" / Is "yesterday night" correct?
Posted: Sunday, January 26, 2020 10:34:56 PM says

yesternight[ yes-ter-nahyt ].

last night.

during last night.

Yes, Ashwin Joshi is correct.
Topic: Galore
Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2020 10:22:36 PM
Thanks FounDit. Its abundantly clear to me now.
Topic: DID YOU KNOW? #12 Oregano - Part II
Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 11:51:50 PM
The word 'may' occurs again and again.
Topic: Galore
Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 12:21:40 AM
Galore in English language means 'in abundance'.

1. Example galore.
2. Examples are galore

teachers, please make may understand coz I usually found written as 'Examples galore' at many places like news papers etc.
Topic: Is ‘thereafter’ correctly used?
Posted: Monday, June 3, 2019 3:08:09 AM
Look at the following edit;

After the operation to remove the lump in my breast, I was bedridden for the next couple of days. I returned to school thereafter only.
Topic: S plural
Posted: Sunday, June 2, 2019 12:56:37 PM
The plural of fruit is, of course, fruits - IF you are talking about a collection of more than one KIND of fruit (for instance, apples, oranges and pears).

However, if you are talking about a large number of all the same sort of fruit (a pile of apples) then one of the apples is a fruit, and all of the apples together are also ‘fruit’.

‘Fruit’ is - or sometime is - a collective noun.
Topic: Is '10- or 20-years' correct?
Posted: Sunday, June 2, 2019 12:52:18 PM
Not much difference in may or might.
It suggests possibility.
Topic: Are the phrase and word correctly used?
Posted: Sunday, June 2, 2019 12:48:47 PM
Bedridden is also used for a patient who has been advised by the doctor to stay in bed for fast or easy recovery of disease.
Topic: Is 'being retrieved' correctly used?
Posted: Sunday, June 2, 2019 12:43:24 PM
Extrication ( disengage, disentangle, free, liberate, release, untangle. Words Related to extricate.) is better word as far as language is concerned.