• Is it grammatically correct to say that “ the deer will be being eaten by the tiger”?

    Best answer: "Being" is unnecessary. Should be: "deer will be eaten by the tiger."
    Best answer: "Being" is unnecessary. Should be: "deer will be eaten by the tiger."
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Shall the entire planet Earth be FORCED to speak and write only one language?

    Which language would you choose
    Which language would you choose
    21 answers · 3 days ago
  • R and S? What is your 'life motto'?

    Best answer: It's all very well to say "I shall not want". The fact is that many people DO 'want', and although you might not be in want at the moment, there is no guarantee that life won't smack you hard one day and leave you 'wanting' family, home, food and basic shelter.
    Best answer: It's all very well to say "I shall not want". The fact is that many people DO 'want', and although you might not be in want at the moment, there is no guarantee that life won't smack you hard one day and leave you 'wanting' family, home, food and basic shelter.
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • All languages are difficult for me, what can I do?

    I tried Polish, French, Hebrew, and all of them are very difficult. What can I do?
    I tried Polish, French, Hebrew, and all of them are very difficult. What can I do?
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is Melanie a Greek name?

    Best answer: "Melanie" is the English, German and Dutch form of the French given name "Mélanie", the French form of the Latin name "Melania", derived from Greek μελαινα ("melaina") meaning 'black' or 'dark'. The name was common in France during the Middle Ages, and was... show more
    Best answer: "Melanie" is the English, German and Dutch form of the French given name "Mélanie", the French form of the Latin name "Melania", derived from Greek μελαινα ("melaina") meaning 'black' or 'dark'.

    The name was common in France during the Middle Ages, and was it introduced from there to England by the Normans, though it eventually became rare. Interest in it was revived by the character Melanie Wilkes from the novel and the movie 'Gone with the Wind' in 1936.
    6 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Can I pronounce sedatives as (Sa. Day. Tives)?

    Best answer: You can pronounce it any way you want to... I'm sure people will get your meaning, but that is not generally how it it pronouced. I get it though... the day I had an instructor tell me that "umbilicus" was technically pronounced "um-bil-like-us" (instead of um-bill-i-cus), I about died of... show more
    Best answer: You can pronounce it any way you want to... I'm sure people will get your meaning, but that is not generally how it it pronouced.

    I get it though... the day I had an instructor tell me that "umbilicus" was technically pronounced "um-bil-like-us" (instead of um-bill-i-cus), I about died of laughter. ... I didn't um-bil-like it... and I still don't pronounce it that way, lol!
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can you help me with English please?

    Best answer: Fresh water means river water with no sea salt in it. Estuarian means river water that has come in contact with the sea, and so it has part salty sea-water, and part pure water, in it. The salt level in the water is a problem for animals, and that’s why two different species have evolved to handle the different... show more
    Best answer: Fresh water means river water with no sea salt in it.

    Estuarian means river water that has come in contact with the sea, and so it has part salty sea-water, and part pure water, in it.

    The salt level in the water is a problem for animals, and that’s why two different species have evolved to handle the different salt levels in fresh water and estuaries.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • In your views, is it ok for a person not to know English in today’s international world?

    Best answer: Should be fine. 90% of the world's population does not travel out of their country and the bulk not even out of their city/town/borough.
    Peace.
    Best answer: Should be fine. 90% of the world's population does not travel out of their country and the bulk not even out of their city/town/borough.
    Peace.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Has this become a new verb usage in English I googled I google I will google I was googling I am googling I will be googling?

    I had googled I have googled I will have googled
    I had googled I have googled I will have googled
    5 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Can you help me with English plz?

    Best answer: A retailer sells goods to the public. A wholesaler sells goods to a retailer.
    Best answer: A retailer sells goods to the public. A wholesaler sells goods to a retailer.
    4 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Best way(s) to learn to read, write, and speak Japanese?

    I’m really looking forward to a trip to Japan in the future, but I would like some knowledge of the language to make my time there a bit easier (I am aware Japan is very accommodating to foreigners). I’ve heard mixed things about Rosetta Stone, and tried the free demo myself which barely lasted five minutes which,... show more
    I’m really looking forward to a trip to Japan in the future, but I would like some knowledge of the language to make my time there a bit easier (I am aware Japan is very accommodating to foreigners). I’ve heard mixed things about Rosetta Stone, and tried the free demo myself which barely lasted five minutes which, to me, doesn’t seem like enough test time for a product as expensive as that. So, to anyone who has learned Japanese and isn’t a native speaker, how did you learn? Did your learning experience actually help you when you went to Japan or spoke to Japanese people? Let me know everything you think I should know. Thanks!
    8 answers · 7 days ago
  • Which one is easier? English grammar or Spanish grammar?

    Best answer: I would say English as Spanish is a Latin based language and like French you need to know whether whatever you are talking about is classed as male or female when talking about it as that dictates how you describe it. In English what every you are talking about is preceded with 'The'. In French it could be... show more
    Best answer: I would say English as Spanish is a Latin based language and like French you need to know whether whatever you are talking about is classed as male or female when talking about it as that dictates how you describe it.

    In English what every you are talking about is preceded with 'The'. In French it could be 'le' or 'la' depending on what it is. I am sure it I the same with Spanish.
    4 answers · 1 day ago