The two words both have the meaning that something is of the ordinary kind and not special. There are 2 examples (from Collins dictionary) following:
...generic California apartments, the kind that ...
What is the difference between these two phrases: in cascades and in bucketloads
If I use these phrases in sentences as:
The rain descended in cascades.
The rain descended in bucketloads.
Which phrase ...
I've been remembering this picture for as long I've been remembering
I've been remembering this picture since I've been remembering
Which sentence is right? I think they have the same ...
I came to this sentence that says:
The designation of other types of protected area may limit activities such as oil drilling
I was wondering if ‘protected area types’ may work instead of ‘types of ...
I was wondering if there is any significant difference between:
Sanitizing: to make something completely clean and free from bacteria.
Disinfecting: to clean something using chemicals that kill ...
I understand that the phrase on the outside is commonly used. However, I wonder if I can leave out on the.
Here's a sentence I took from this
He may be cheerful on the outside, but that’s not how he ...
I've found an explanation in the Cambridge dictionary:
**None means ‘not one’ or ‘not any’. We don’t use none where we mean no one or nobody:
They had a wonderful time and luckily no one was injured.
In a clause with passive voice, the grammatical subject expresses the theme or patient of the main verb – that is, the person or thing that undergoes the action or has its state changed.
-My homework ...
We have never had a conversation, I don't think, so I am not familiar with your character.
I hope you are interested in intellectual disputation, friendly argumentation and logical analysis, Sam.
Let's suppose it's 5 o'clock in the afternoon and you're in a train that will leave at 5:30.
Someone calls you and asks if the train has left the station or it's still there.
No, the train ...