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  • Can you help me with English plz?

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    Nice to meet you! When you want to sound a bit more personal you can say: Glad to meet you! What do these words "sound" and "personal" mean in this case? Thanks!
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  • Whats the definition of Kive?

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    When you ask about someoneʼ’s place of residence: Where do you live now? What does the word "residence" mean? It means born or not necessary? Thanks!
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  • Is this grammar correct?

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    Last sentence of my Hamlet paper for English. "However, at a grave cost, a cost at which he paid with the very substance that took the one whom requested avenge." Is "the one who requested avenge" right? Or should I simply say "the King"?
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  • What s korean for "carrot lover?"?

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    We use "Here is / There is + noun - Here are / There are + nouns (don't have "place")" to show something to someone, don't we? Ex: Here is a cat. There is a car. Here are some books. There are some pens. We use "There is + noun + place - There are + nouns + place" to say that something exists, and we... show more
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    Hi, I am a Japanese student and studying English in Japan. We've learned the difference between "little" and "a little" few days ago. It is like, "We have little time, so let’s start working." It means "We" had not much but enough time to do the work. "He had little experience working with... show more
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    We use "Here is / There is + noun - Here are / There are + nouns (don't have "place")" to show something to someone, don't we? Ex: Here is a cat. There is a car. Here are some books. There are some pens. We use "There is + noun + place - There are + nouns + place" to say that something exists, and we don't... show more
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  • Need a pun out of my name?

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    My name is Hrithika Adavelly, need a pun for my name :) under 12 characters please! idm puns w my first or last name.
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