All things which arise are of the nature to eventually cease.
All things which arise have the nature to eventually cease.1 AnswerWords & Wordplay2 hours ago
I did stretching this afternoon.
What did you understand about the word 'stretching' in this context? Did you get fully or the sentence lack more context?1 AnswerWords & Wordplay18 hours ago
Sentence: who might have destroyed the car?2 AnswersWords & Wordplay20 hours ago
1. who might have destroyed the car?
2. who might has destroyed the car?3 AnswersWords & Wordplay21 hours ago
1. Someone "stole" my car a week ago.
2. Someone "stolen" my car a week ago.3 AnswersWords & Wordplay21 hours ago
"People" are commenting the president's new resolutions.
"The people" are commenting the president's new resolutions.4 AnswersWords & Wordplay21 hours ago
In the followings sentences, in number 1 and 2 the word "ME" was changed to "I". The same not happens in the 3 and 4. Why?
1. Your brother sent "ME" his book last week.Passive: "I" was sent a book by your brother last week.2. My mother would give "ME" a new dress.Passive: "I" would be given a new dress by my mother.3. My grandpa tells "me" nice histories. Passive: nice histories were told by my grandpa.4. The engineers are building "me" a new house.Passive: A new house was built by the engineers.2 AnswersWords & Wordplay22 hours ago
All of us have done the work.
What is the singular form to "All of us"?5 AnswersWords & Wordplay23 hours ago
The following question has a positive or negative meaning?
You were pretty chill in this video1 AnswerPolls & Surveys1 day ago
Are you struggling to take cold showers?
Have you been struggling to take cold showers?
1. What is the text that talk about cold showers?
2. What is the text which talk about cold showers?3 AnswersWords & Wordplay2 days ago