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User Name: D. Kirk
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Joined: Monday, July 21, 2014
Last Visit: Sunday, October 27, 2019 4:34:22 PM
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Topic: Forex Trading
Posted: Saturday, October 26, 2019 5:20:34 PM
Hi friends,
Hope you are good, I have decided to trade forex online, but some folks claim it is a scam, yet I have watched videos of others who have become successful through forex trading. fact I wanted to know if anyone is into forex here or may have heard about the experience of others in Forex. Or it is just difficult to make it in forex.
Many thanks.
Topic: An application I've conceived
Posted: Tuesday, June 25, 2019 2:17:34 PM
Hi everyone,
I've had an idea about an application for almost two years now, have sketch it on paper. But I'm not a software engineer and do not know the inside out of making it happen like other apps that are in use like facebook, twitter and the rest- I'm asking farlex if they can be of help so that the app will be developed. In fact this app would really enrich peoples lives and make live easy, however, I do not know if there are software engineers in this fora who can be of help in its developments. I know this app I've conceived will catch on like fire in the future.
Many thanks
Topic: Meaning of soul signature
Posted: Wednesday, January 4, 2017 2:38:14 PM
I saw this and the meaning just baffles me, and it reads; love, relationship and finding your soul signature.
Please,what's the meaning of "soul signature"?
Topic: Corrections Needed
Posted: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 3:46:00 PM
Thank you friends--I must say it's a lucid explanation.
I see Dragon using ''data' to mean 'information' are they that interchangeable? With no subtle difference? Pls confirm
Topic: about a clause
Posted: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 6:02:42 AM
I was learning about clauses, but so far I have realised that the subjects in a clause are always followed by a verb. For that matter is the following a clause?

-- Come and let go.

Is there any hard and fast rule that subject must be followed by a verb in order to be a clause?

Many thanks!
Topic: Corrections Needed
Posted: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 4:54:18 AM
Hi everyone how are you? Hope you are good.

Please, help me know these;

-- When I was in Junior High I didn't/don't like writing notes
Which one is correct? Is it "didn't" or "don't"

-- A teacher was teaching and in the middle of his lectures he asked his students if they have understood the concept by asking -
And the students responded yes sir!

I was thinking the teacher should have said; 'do you understand'?

Why do you think he used only 'understood' to elicit response from his learners?
Or was he trying to say "have you understood"

Please help.

Many thanks
Topic: Couple of questions here.
Posted: Friday, October 21, 2016 4:44:10 AM
Thank you profusely Mr. James, please I need others to respond to the other questions
Topic: Identification of phrases etc.
Posted: Thursday, October 20, 2016 6:14:23 PM
Hi everyone please help;

- He looks like a monster. Is "like a monster" an adjectival phrase?

-He seems quiet good.

What type of phrase is "quiet good"?

Many thanks!
Topic: A sentence and a clause
Posted: Thursday, October 20, 2016 6:09:40 AM
Hi everyone,

What is the subtle difference between a sentence and clause, please help with examples and explanations

Again I find hard time knowing the difference between a participial phrase and a gerund phrase phrase
Many thanks!
Topic: Couple of questions here.
Posted: Thursday, October 20, 2016 5:51:20 AM
Please help me here;

-He has killed him in the morning.
Is "Has Killed" him a transitive verb?

He has already travelled.
A book tells me that 'already' qualifies 'Has Travelled', I'm thinking it qualifies only travelled because that is the verb which comes immediately after 'Travelled'. What do you say

-He drives very fast.
Is 'Fast' qualifying 'drives'? And as well is 'very' qualifying 'fast'?

-He has been told to go.
Please, what is the transitive verb in this statement?

-He is a man of purpose.
Is 'Of purpose'
qualifying 'a man' or is qualifying 'man' only?
Thank you