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Topic: word association(Psychoanalysis)
Posted: Thursday, April 23, 2020 11:16:34 AM
wine
Topic: Personal Pronouns and Antecedents
Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2020 8:13:36 AM
First Person
Singular
Masculine/feminine
I
Me
My
Mine
Myself
First Person
Plural
Masculine/feminine
We
Us
Our
Ours
Ourselves
Second Person
Singular/Plural
Masculine/feminine
You
You
Your
Yours
Yourself (Yourselves if plural)
Third Person
Singular
Feminine
She
Her
Her
Hers
Herself
Third Person
Singular
Masculine
He
Him
His
His
Himself
Third person
Singular
Neuter
It
It
Its
Its (own)
Itself
Third person
Plural*
Neuter (Gender Neutral)
They
Them
Their
Theirs
Themselves
Topic: Second-Person Pronouns
Posted: Monday, April 20, 2020 12:21:28 PM
you
you
your
yours
yourself (singular)
yourselves (plural)
Topic: Prepositions of Direction or Movement
Posted: Sunday, April 19, 2020 7:15:59 PM
to
movement with a specific aim, direction, or destination
“My brother went to Europe with his friends.”
from
movement with a specific point of origin
“She told stories about the time she walked to Spain from France.”
over
movement higher than and across something else
“The bird flew over the trees.”
above
movement to a point higher than something else
“He shot his arrow above the target.”
under/beneath
movement lower than something
“That large worm went under/beneath the dirt.”
along
movement on a straight line or edge
“The childhood friends rode their bicycles along the road.”
around
movement in a circular direction
“The couple held hands and skated around the rink.”
across
movement from one end to the other
“I walked across the flimsy bridge.”
through
movement from one side of an enclosed space and out of the other
“The burglar entered the house through the basement window.”
into
movement ending inside something
“If you jump into the water like this, you can make a big splash.”
out of
movement ending outside something
“Get out of that cave before the bear comes back!”
toward(s)*
movement closer to something
“Laughing, she threw up her hands and ran toward(s) the park.”
away from
movement farther from something
“Get away from the fire before you get burned.”
onto
movement ending on top of something
“Be careful climbing onto that ledge.”
off
movement down or away from something
“Parents are always yelling at their kids to get off the furniture.”
up
movement heading up
“When you use a fireplace, smoke goes up the chimney.”
down
movement heading down
“He jumped down and hurt his knee.”
Topic: Lazarus
Posted: Sunday, April 19, 2020 7:11:01 PM
the walking dead
Topic: stringy
Posted: Saturday, April 18, 2020 12:24:30 PM
From the wild stringy root of human uprightness, she has reared a due sense of the Divine justice.
Topic: nobody & tag question
Posted: Thursday, April 16, 2020 10:18:41 AM
For sentence 2:
E. did they
Topic: Meaning of "egregious"
Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2020 11:21:23 AM
Egregious cases as outstanding, shocking or notorious cases. Perhaps those involving famous or important people or those of large public resonance.
That's more a vocabulary topic than grammar.
Topic: speaking moistly
Posted: Monday, April 13, 2020 10:25:48 AM
Joe Kim wrote:
Speaking moistly.

Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada just made his people go crazy by using this term, which is supposed to be funny and wrong to be used.

What is its hidden meaning that everyone is dropping dead with laughter?


He spoke moistly and made people wet Angel
Topic: Как будет "жирный дрищ" на английском?
Posted: Friday, April 10, 2020 8:47:31 AM
That's an oxymoron, like fatboy slim