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Jesse vip

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2020.03.25 15:33

Because of Coronavirus, this is a good time to learn/practice

languages. If you have questions about English let me know!
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  • Angel 2020.03.25 15:36

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    Sort / type / kind. Difference
  • Jesse 2020.03.25 15:37

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    @Angel sort/type/kind are synonyms. They mean the same thing
  • Angel 2020.03.25 15:38

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    @Jesse 😵😵😵
  • Ellie 2020.03.25 15:38

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    hi , I would like to understand what differences between arrive in and arrive at
  • Jesse 2020.03.25 15:40

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    @Ellie generally, people don’t say “arrive in” — if you go somewhere, you would say: “I arrived at the movie theater.” — “I arrived at 4:00pm”
  • Ellie 2020.03.25 15:42

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    thanks a lot. I see grammar here show 2 sentences . I arrive in Beijing. I arrive at home. coufused me
  • Jesse 2020.03.25 15:43

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    @Ellie ohhhh I see. Sometimes, you can say “arrive in” when you are talking about a massive place; like a country/city, instead of a restaurant/building
  • Ellie 2020.03.25 15:46

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    @Jesse Got it. Thanks for your kind help😘
  • Igor 2020.03.25 15:49

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    Everyone vs everybody. What's the difference? ☺
  • Jesse 2020.03.25 15:49

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    @Igor there is not a difference!
  • Igor 2020.03.25 15:57

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    Ok, thanks
  • johnny 2020.03.25 16:14

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    How often do you use the present subjunctive in American English? Here are some examples: I only ask that he CEASE behaving in this extraordinary manner. It is vital that they BE stopped at once. Is it really necessary that she WORK all hours of the day? I demand that he DO something to make up for this. I know it is a rarity in British English, they would construct the same sentences differently. I only ask that he should cease behaving in this extraordinary manner. It is vital that they are stopped at once. It is vital to stop them at once. Also what about the past subjunctive? If your father were alive he would help you. If I were rich I would buy a Ferrari. I wish I were taller. If only he were here now! You talk to him as if he were your slave!Some people behave as though dogs were human. Do you use were or Would Americans in general use was?
  • Bibliophile 2020.03.25 16:19

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    @Jesse how do you do
  • Monii 2020.05.28 12:52

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    Hello there .. m monii .. i want to learn English please help for this

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