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Profile: Mohammad Reza.s
User Name: Mohammad Reza.s
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Joined: Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Last Visit: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 3:29:59 AM
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Topic: Meaning
Posted: Monday, May 25, 2020 2:59:03 PM
Hi my dear friends,
What does "motorcycle Goth" means in the following sentence?
She is very small and looks very young, with tattoos, piercings, and a personal style that could be approximated as motorcycle Goth.
Topic: Compression
Posted: Saturday, May 23, 2020 12:07:24 AM
Maybe it can be helpful to say that; before sending that sentence here, I looked for "drop" and "out of nowhere"(from the first sentence) in dictionaries and I came across these definitions:

drop: verb (BE/MAKE AVAILABLE)

[ I or T ] informal
to become available for people to buy, listen to, or watch, especially using the internet; to make something available like this:
It's an exciting time for her, with the tour starting and the record about to drop.
We heard that rapper Dave was about to drop a new album.

(Because the first sentence was about the "video", I got this definition)

Cambridge Dictionary

out of nowhere: idiom
Definition of out of nowhere
1: from an unlikely beginning
She rose to fame out of nowhere.
2: in a sudden and unexpected way
The car came out of nowhere!
Suddenly, out of nowhere, she offered me the job.
From out of nowhere he asked her if she was having an affair.

Topic: Compression
Posted: Friday, May 22, 2020 8:42:04 PM
Hi my dear friends, first of all, I want to thank all of you for helping and supporting me.
Could you please tell me what does the following sentences mean? Specially the last sentence, as well as the first one.
Please rewrite them in a simple words in order to be understood.🙏🙏

"What about we drop the video just out of no where. I'll even cry, that'll get em"
Topic: Grammat
Posted: Friday, May 15, 2020 9:20:21 AM

Is it correct to use the preposition 'for' to talk about an amount of time in a simple present tense?
For example:
He lives in London for more than 20 years.

Or it should be corrected to:

He has lived in London for more than 20 years.
Topic: Grammar / conditionals
Posted: Friday, May 15, 2020 9:02:12 AM
I appreciate to have friends like you🙏🙏
Topic: Grammar / conditionals
Posted: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:57:11 PM
Hi my dear friends,
What type of conditional sentence is the following sentence, and what is the correct form of the verb in parentheses?

You shouldn't be so tired if you .... to bed earlier.( go)

Thank you in advance.
Topic: Grammar
Posted: Friday, May 8, 2020 8:15:15 PM
Thank you all for answering 🙏🙏
Topic: Grammar
Posted: Friday, May 8, 2020 7:21:55 PM
Sorry, it was my mistake.
There is an article 'a' before 'line'.
Then what is the correct answer?
Topic: Grammar
Posted: Friday, May 8, 2020 6:17:25 PM
Hi my dear friends,
Would you help me to choose the correct answer? If it is possible, explain why?

Prime minister insisted last week that railroad line between two cities ..... .
A.was built built be built
D.was building
Topic: Meaning
Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2020 11:46:51 AM
Thanks to all my friends🙏🙏🌹