a. It wasn't only Tom who was furious when he was fouled. I was too.
b. Tom wasn't the only one who was furious when he was fouled. I was too.
Could those be used if the intended meaning is
Tom was ...
How do I describe exactly in what way this hose was cut?
We have at least two ways to cut a hose in the middle. To simplify it, I'll use a bottle as an example.
1) Cutting the hose from the opening. ...
Looking past the literal meaning of the sentence; I'm struggling to identify which is the true subject and object in the following sentence.
"The mother beats up her daughter because she was drunk."
When I want to express one of the series in harry potter,
which one is better?
ex) Third episode is my favorite among whole series.
Are all of them can be used?
If not, ...
what is the meaning of "Smiling upon"?
Mr. Somes said: "Mr. President, would it be improper for me to inquire
whether there has been any pressure brought to bear upon you to defer
the enforcement of ...
what is the meaning of "lie upon the table" here? does "the belief held by the petitioners" means "the petitioners believed that it was a delusion"?
In April, 1854, the Hon. James Shields presented ...
For example, in sentence "Multinational companies are unethically exploiting the plant genetic resources of developing countries." is it implied that ALL multinational companies do that, or that SOME ...
I have a sentence:
"I lived in the southern city of Kazakhstan, which is surrounded by mountains."
In this sentence, it looks like that is Kazakhstan is surrounded by mountains. However, I wanted to ...
I'm aware of the adverbialization of the word "home" in English.
I go home. I read letters at home/home.
But in what kind of sentences could we find that home and at home can't be interchangeable?