How would you fill the next sentence with a word? -After university, I did a short ....... in the army before going into banking.
Do you often say “Please kindly check it” on a formal email? Is this a natural expression? What would you say instead of this phrase?
You deserve & You deserved & You deserve it ！which one is right？！
I am confused we say 22th or 22nd?
mai dua karta hu ke tum hamesha kamyab or khush raho in English
what's the meaning of “block letters” when i fill in a form?
How can I say "Please take care of yourself" in more polite and natural way? I said it to professor who caught a cold, but I felt like there was another way to say.
How should I reply to this: "I hope you had a good time". 1. IT was good. 2. THAT was good.
Should I say 'in the next week' or 'on the next week' in the sentence?
"I present you" or "I present to you"? Which one is correct? Thank you :)
though (tho)這個字放在句尾是什麼意思？ 我只知道有“雖然”之意
Is there any difference between "Do you happen to know...." and "Do you know...."?
How can I ask someone who had a surgery a question whether s/he is fine or not after the operation in English?
How can I answer when someone say "what's new?" or "what's up?" naturally ? Please give me some instances 💭
wish him happy birthday from my side . is it right?
Is it OK to reply an email just: “Will do thanks. “ Is there any polite way to say it in English?
Which one is correct? Which year are you in university? or What year are you in university?
Which is correct? -I was born and raised in... -I am born and raised in...
How do you say " the food looks tasty" in a cooler way?
Is it correct to ask this question: How is your trip going/ getting?
Which one is correct to say? A) I have just graduated from University. B) I just graduated from University. C) I have just graduated from the University.
What is correct? I'll be there around 9pm. Or... l'll be there about 9pm.
Hello guys!! Can I write on e-mal for example: See you tomorrow. context: this person will call me tomorrow (on the telephone) thanks!!
Is it correct to say “for how long have you been living in Paris” if someone is still living there? Is this question just about the past or the past and also present?
what should I reply when a person email me a meeting time and I agree?
which one is correct? i already eat or i already ate or i already eaten?
which one is correct: -time goes by so fast - time flies so fast -time moves so fast and please show me another sentence to say that
raining or rainning ???
" Thanks for keeping me in the loop" Or " for keeping me informed" Are there any other good ways to express the thought?..
Is it "I don't wanted" or "I didn't wanted" or "I didn't want" please ?
'in yesterday evening' 'on yesterday evening' which one is right? thanks.
I've been always.... Or I've always been.... Which one is correct?
'Sorry to make you confused.' Does this sound natural? Or any better way to say this?
Can I say " in midnight "? Or just " at midnight " ?
How do you say "When will the meeting start or at what time will the meeting start" politely?
Do you say "Say hello to her for me" or "Say hello to her from me"? Is there any other phrase with similar meaning i could use?
He didn't HAVE/HAS - which option is correct?
"The police have provided experts to council local people affected by the tragedy." Is there anything wrong in this sentence?
Is " catch the deadline" correct? If not, how would I say when I wanna express "meeting the deadline in the last minute?
is it "these two girls" or "this two girls" can you explain when i should use "these"?
What is the difference between "it's ok with/for/by me" ?
I wanna ask is "someone asks me" or "someone ask me"？
"How was your holiday?" Or "How were your holidays?" Are both correct?
"With" or "to" ? Agree / disagree "with" or "to"
what is correct ? -we don't go often to the cinema or -we don't often go to the cinema
¿Podrías por favor mostrarme un ejemplo de diálogo entre dos personas (10 líneas cada una.) qué contenga verbos modales? Could you show me an example of a dialogue between two people (10 lines each) that contains modal verbs? [ Sorry for my bad english.]
Which is correct? I had a ( brief/short/quick ) chat with my manager. And how can I distinguish these three words?
You are growing up beautifully. You are growing up beautiful. You are growing up in beautiful. Which is correct?
"a university" OR "an university"?
Can "thank you as always" be used as an email closing? If not, could you tell me other phrases to express my gratitude?