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Topic: What is the difference between suspect (adjective) and suspicious (adjective)?
Posted: Thursday, September 12, 2019 9:11:12 PM
a suspicious or suspect package.
a suspicious or suspect mole.
a suspicious person or suspect person.
Topic: What is the difference between using gerund or the regular form of the verb?
Posted: Friday, June 21, 2019 5:58:55 PM
What is the difference between using gerund or the regular form of the verb? Also why don't we add 's" to singular form (a car drives off, a dog barks, him goes out)?

I heard a car drive off.
I heard a car driving off.

He could hear a dog bark.
He could hear a dog barking.

Did you hear him go out?
Did you hear him going out?
Topic: Vowel chart tongue position
Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2018 10:29:26 PM
Where is placed the tip of the tongue while producing vowels? In the vowel chart (High, Mid, Low) x (Front, Central, Back). What part of the tongue goes high and front or low and central? Is the tip of the tongue or the middle part of the tongue?
Topic: Above vs Over in the same context.
Posted: Sunday, August 26, 2018 10:45:33 PM
What is the difference between above and over in the following context of the sentences below?


1. She hung a picture (above / over) the fireplace.

2.
- A general ranks (above /over) a colonel.
- In my new job there is no one (over / above) me.

3.
- The temperature in Rio de Janeiro goes (above / over) 40 degrees in the summer.
- (Over / Above) of voters disapprove.

4.
- I prefer ice cream (above / over) chocolate.
- I prefer the red one (over / above) the blue.

5.
- I could not hear my phone (above / over) the noise in the restaurant.
- I could not hear her (over / above) the siren.
Topic: About, On and Over (when talking about topics)
Posted: Monday, August 13, 2018 9:40:00 PM
What is the key difference between about, on and over when talking about topics?

I went to the library to look for a book about insects.
I'm looking for a book on orchids.
There is still some controversy over the use of the drug.
Topic: Can I use "aboard" with any type of transportation either public or personal?
Posted: Friday, August 10, 2018 4:31:28 PM
And what about aboard the carriage? Carriages pulled by animals (horses, cows)
Topic: Can I use "aboard" with any type of transportation either public or personal?
Posted: Thursday, August 9, 2018 11:13:01 PM
Can I use "aboard" with any type of transportation either public or personal?

aboard the bike
aboard the bicycle
aboard the tricycle
aboard the horse
aboard the donkey
aboard the boat
aboard the hot air balloon
aboard the space shuttle
aboard the submarine
aboard the army tank
aboard the surf board
aboard the jet ski

If there is/are wrong, please let me now Why?
Topic: When to use bare and naked for body parts?
Posted: Thursday, July 26, 2018 10:18:51 PM
And what about using bare and naked with body parts? How do I know if I have to say bare or naked + body parts (shoulders, feet, chest, back, legs, cheeks)?

The hot paving stones scorched my naked feet.
The hot paving stones scorched my bare feet.
Topic: by/to/with the naked eye
Posted: Thursday, July 26, 2018 9:21:24 PM
I have seen by/to/with the naked eye, not sure if other prepositions also worked with that expression. What is the difference in meaning between them?


Microbes are too small to be seen by the naked eye.
Microbes are too small to be seen to the naked eye.
Microbes are too small to be seen with the naked eye.
Topic: When to use bare and naked for body parts?
Posted: Thursday, July 26, 2018 9:10:27 PM
The hot paving stones scorched my naked feet.
The hot paving stones scorched my bare feet.

Also I have seen in dictionaries, naked shoulders, naked chest, naked back. So when to use bare and when to use naked for body parts?

Why naked and bare are together in the sentence below?

Toddlers like to run around the house bare naked.