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User Name: Write Edge
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Joined: Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Last Visit: Thursday, May 6, 2021 1:38:37 AM
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Topic: Ultimately, it’s a question of ...
Posted: Thursday, May 6, 2021 1:38:36 AM
Yes, Both sentences are correct. I didn't find any mistake.
Topic: preposition: at/on/from a bank machine
Posted: Tuesday, May 4, 2021 3:15:24 AM
Option 3 is correct.

(3) I like to do my banking from a bank machine.
Topic: Jen
Posted: Thursday, April 29, 2021 7:38:40 AM
Yes, Jen can be only either jeniffer, jenny, or any name start with jen.
Topic: vocabulary
Posted: Friday, April 23, 2021 3:08:01 AM
The plural for a computer mouse is either "mice" or "mouses" according to most dictionaries, with "mice" being more common.
Topic: not once
Posted: Friday, April 23, 2021 3:02:25 AM
never once or not once-used to emphasise that something has never happened.
Topic: Which is correct?
Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2021 12:19:10 AM
Reiko07 wrote:
To Write Edge.

You said in my thread, "This one is correct- Jack ate his steak ravenously, like a hungry wolf devouring its prey." Why on earth did you duplicate my question?

This question is also posted on other website "englishforum". So what will you say now?
Topic: Which is correct?
Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2021 12:18:16 AM
Bathcoup wrote:
Reiko07 wrote:
HI, Bathcoup. I'm not Write Edge.

Reiko07, of course I wasn't blaming you. I thought I made it reasonably clear by quoting Write Edge and mentioning that Write Edge commented on the other thread. Perhaps, I should have specifically pointed out that you, not Write Edge, started the other thread.

Write Edge, I'm not after an explanation, so don't post anything unless you have a genuine question or something useful to share.

The same question is posted on englishforum website also.
Topic: Which is correct?
Posted: Friday, April 16, 2021 1:31:16 AM
(1) Jack ate steak ravenously, just like a hungry wolf would devour a prey.

(2) Jack ate steak ravenously, just like a hungry wolf would devour its prey.

Question: Which is correct?
Topic: both/either
Posted: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 6:55:44 AM
First one sounds correct "The match was really great. Both teams played well."
Topic: needn't have taken, didn't have to take
Posted: Friday, April 9, 2021 3:34:05 AM
we .......... our umbrellas to England. it didn't rain at all.

1) needn't have taken 2) didn't have to take 3) must take (4 had to take

could someone help me please with the correct answer?