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taraneh
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taraneh

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

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

Sam
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Sam

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

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Sam

What is the difference between auxiliary and ancillary?

Sam
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Sam

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

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Sam

Is it grammatically right? Parents had their children culturalised …

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Sam

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

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Sam

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

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Sam

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

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Sam

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

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What is the difference between source and resource?

Fatemeh
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Fatemeh

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?

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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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