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taraneh ghanooni

3. which one of these two forms are correct? ” persuade s.b quit s.th” or ” persuade sb to quit sth”

taraneh ghanooni

4. Do we have something like “traffic accident”? Has anyone ever heard of it?

Sam

“What kind of means …” Vs. “What kinds of means …”
Where I can use them appropriately?

Sam

What is the difference between auxiliary and ancillary?

Sam

Which one is more correct and formal than those of ?
…, in doing so, …/ …, in so doing, …/ …, in doing so …/ …, and doing so …

Sam

Is it grammatically right? Parents had their children culturalised …

Sam

What is the best equivalent for ” extremely fit” ?
Very fit or quite fit

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Sam

2. What proportion of your personal achievements belong to your parents, close friends and atmospheres if you consider yourself as a successful person?

Sam

What is the difference between compensate and recompense, which are used in a sentence, that I saw in an IELTS reading passage?

Sam

What are the precise differences between “play a part” and “play the part”?

Sam

What is the difference between source and resource?

fatemeh2

I need more time for practicing speaking ability. I want to know which one is more beneficial: practicing speaking by listening and repeating or reading a brief text and summarizing it and telling it by myself? Would you please tell me some other ways for this purpose?

fatemeh2

Please answer this question.
The difference among all ,the whole and entire:
Can we say: we should thank God for His entire blessings. Or we should just use all in such situations.
Can we say the whole talents? Or the whole attitudes?

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    Dr. Hariri
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    Would you rather be happy yet slow-witted and unimaginative, or unhappy yet bright and creative? For instance, would you rather live the life of a brilliant yet tortured artist, such as Vincent van Gogh, or that of a happy but carefree soul who is a bit simple-minded?

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    Sasan
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    I prefer to challenge this question at first and bring up my viewpoint next.
    There are different successful people in the world who reached the apex through different procedures. Although some have faced torture to reach their goals, it does not mean we have to necessarily lose something in our life to climb the ladder of success. Anyway, I suppose the most enjoyable part of life is making progress and relying on your abilities to flourish and thrive. So, I personally go for intelligence and innovation rather than happiness along with naivety. Many people have lived an ordinary life so far and repeating this story can never excite me at all. We need to gain new adventurous experiences and foster our abilities so as to break out of comfort zone.

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