• What's with liberals using the term "Latinx"?

    Southern European languages are gender-based. There is no need to add the "X". There is no such thing as "Latinx". My Roman ancestors are laughing at you all right now.
    Southern European languages are gender-based. There is no need to add the "X". There is no such thing as "Latinx". My Roman ancestors are laughing at you all right now.
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is this correct grammar?

    Due to distrust in me, it negatively affects the work environment due delayed orders that pertain to patient safety
    Due to distrust in me, it negatively affects the work environment due delayed orders that pertain to patient safety
    8 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Can I learn German if I speak Afrikaans?

    I’m just about fluent in Afrikaans since I learn it at school. Will I have any advantage, or no more than anyone else? And what platforms should I use? I can’t have a tutor, so I’d be doing it online
    I’m just about fluent in Afrikaans since I learn it at school. Will I have any advantage, or no more than anyone else? And what platforms should I use? I can’t have a tutor, so I’d be doing it online
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Native English speakers, could you please tell me if this paragraph is correct?

    Best answer: No, it is not quite correct. It should be written like this:
    Donald Trump is quite a decent-looking man. At most, his doctor may just recommend that he shed a few pounds.
    Best answer: No, it is not quite correct. It should be written like this:
    Donald Trump is quite a decent-looking man. At most, his doctor may just recommend that he shed a few pounds.
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do Americans think Spanish is a third world language?

    The Spanish language comes from Europe. Spain is a first world European nation.
    The Spanish language comes from Europe. Spain is a first world European nation.
    16 answers · 5 days ago
  • Which one is the correct?A or B? I am a English learner.?

    Best answer: this pair -- is a singular noun, not plural like so many are saying. these pairs - plural. pair - refers to two items, as a single unit. So, technically, it should be B, and therefore is correct. However, shoes is plural, and so A can be correct if you are thinking about the shoes as the answer (the shoes are... show more
    Best answer: this pair -- is a singular noun, not plural like so many are saying. these pairs - plural.

    pair - refers to two items, as a single unit.

    So, technically, it should be B, and therefore is correct.

    However, shoes is plural, and so A can be correct if you are thinking about the shoes as the answer (the shoes are only...).

    Technically, though, the noun used is pair, so it's: this pair is only.

    In daily English, though, most people, even I, would say B, even though it is not formal English.

    Native English speakers are NOT automatically experts in formal English grammar. They are answering on what they actually say, which is not always "correct", officially.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • JW: Is it true that Matthew 24:11 is being fulfilled in many false prophets in these last days?
  • Who speaks in spanish?

    15 answers · 5 days ago
  • How to pronounce unpresidented?

    4 answers · 2 hours ago
  • English question, do the following two sentences have the same meaning or one of them is wrong?

    Best answer: I'll try to explain. In your sentence, the words you need to pay attention to are 'you're feeling'. So when you add a comparison, such as 'than ...' it has to relate to the 'you're feeling'. In that first sentence, the word 'feel' is understood although omitted. The... show more
    Best answer: I'll try to explain.
    In your sentence, the words you need to pay attention to are 'you're feeling'. So when you add a comparison, such as 'than ...' it has to relate to the 'you're feeling'. In that first sentence, the word 'feel' is understood although omitted.

    The first sentence is right.
    1. I hope that YOU'RE FEELING much better today than YOU DID (FEEL) yesterday.

    If you want to use 'you were', the first part of the sentence has to relate, so you could do this -
    2. I hope that YOU ARE (or YOU'RE) much better today than YOU WERE yesterday.

    Alternatively, you could say,
    I hope that YOU FEEL much better today than YOU FELT (or DID) yesterday.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do I learn to speak English?

    Sometimes it is frustrating to not figure out the exact English correlation to the thoughts that my conscious mind creates, thus not enabling me to communicate effectively. And before you say "You're speaking English now", let me say "Thank you Google Translate"
    Sometimes it is frustrating to not figure out the exact English correlation to the thoughts that my conscious mind creates, thus not enabling me to communicate effectively. And before you say "You're speaking English now", let me say "Thank you Google Translate"
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should I learn Czech or Bulgarian?

    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • English Plural ;One point, two pointS, three pointS. But why zero pointS?

    Best answer: English convention (but also mathematically related).
    In English, the only integer that is linguistically singular in number is one.
    All other integers are treated as plural in number. Even -1 (negative one).
    Best answer: English convention (but also mathematically related).
    In English, the only integer that is linguistically singular in number is one.
    All other integers are treated as plural in number. Even -1 (negative one).
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • What language do Brazilian people speak?

    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • Tips for learning French?

    Best answer: Reading books in it, watching movies/TV in it when they come with good subtitles in your native language, listen to French-spoken radio...

    and learning Esperanto helps too (see wikipedia Propaedeutic_value_of_esperanto)
    Best answer: Reading books in it, watching movies/TV in it when they come with good subtitles in your native language, listen to French-spoken radio...

    and learning Esperanto helps too (see wikipedia Propaedeutic_value_of_esperanto)
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • I'm a Japanese and studying English. Would anyone correct my English written below, please?

    Sometimes gentle, sometimes aggressive, sometimes calm, sometimes passionate.... He expresses his emotions with four octaves of 'dramatic voices' You'll be mesmerized by the wild side of his in this film.
    Sometimes gentle, sometimes aggressive, sometimes calm, sometimes passionate.... He expresses his emotions with four octaves of 'dramatic voices' You'll be mesmerized by the wild side of his in this film.
    4 answers · 2 days ago