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Topic: having had something, ...
Posted: Monday, October 19, 2015 1:30:22 PM
Having had finished his homework, he went to bed."

Would you please a native speaker tell me your opinion as to this sentence? if it is correct? if not, why?

Topic: Reason or cause or are they interchangeable?
Posted: Monday, October 19, 2015 5:19:53 AM
Thank you all so much, especially Passion for phonics and sureshot.Applause Pray I got it totally.
Topic: Wind or air
Posted: Saturday, October 17, 2015 2:33:34 PM

Thanks but where can I find such a phrase or idioms?d'oh!

the air got to it
Topic: Reason or cause or are they interchangeable?
Posted: Saturday, October 17, 2015 10:31:45 AM
First ofF, I really do appreciate your taking the time. However, unfortunately I cannot get what even the foowing mean or wha is its concept, let alone to get my answer. I know my English is poor. Please excuse my being rudeness to ask you several times. Thanks.

It is apparent that the work has been delayed. Now, what are you referring to? Is it something prior to the delay? The answer is "yes". So, it is better to say "cause of". The correct sentence is:

- What is your cause of delay at work? (It could be a power failure or non-availability of appropriate tools or even the absence of a key technician.)

If you are interested in being explained the rationale behind the delay, say: "What is your reason for delaying the work? (Here, the delay was apparently intentional, and the reasons are being sought.)

Moreover, I couldnt at all get what is the difference between cause of and for!
Topic: Reason or cause or are they interchangeable?
Posted: Saturday, October 17, 2015 7:07:56 AM
What is your cause for delaying at work?

What is your reason for delaying at work?

Would you please answer the questions in such a logical way I can get the difference between the following terms:


Topic: ing or to?
Posted: Saturday, October 17, 2015 4:52:36 AM

I like swimming because I tried it and...
I like to swim because I tried it and...

Would you simy show me which one is correct? Or what is the difference between those in meaning?

Topic: will be back
Posted: Friday, October 16, 2015 7:19:40 PM
Hi everyone

My curiosity is about if there is any difference between them in meaning?

He will be back

He will come back

He will go back
Topic: Wind or air
Posted: Thursday, October 15, 2015 9:23:01 AM
Hi everyone

I've been watching a movie staring Tom Hanks where he says" the air got to it", when he was trying to make a fire, as he had't any matches or so on. I am wondering if you use the following? I couldnt find such thing in any dictionary.

Moreover, why didnt he say wind rather than air???

Many thanks
Topic: Social helping
Posted: Tuesday, October 13, 2015 2:03:54 PM

I've asked you all a lot of variety questions and most of them have been explained very very well to me. I shall hereby appreciate it.

However, this is a different question!

I am wondering if anyone can contact with me for helping me with grammar and vocabulary through some social networking such as telegram and so on? If so, would you please in privite massage tell me so I can give you my id or number. For sometimes here I have some problems to send some pictures or texts to ask my question in details and get the best answer but those social networking can be of use to me when I can not provide those by this froum.

Thanks all
Topic: the two best something VS. the best two something
Posted: Friday, September 25, 2015 1:53:34 PM
the last two books>>>correct

the two last books
the two best friends>>?

the best two friends>>>?

Having taken into account, would you show me what about the second pair? which of them is correct?d'oh!