I don't like him because he is rich.
Could it be interpreted in two ways?
I dislike him because he is rich. (I don't like rich people.)
The reason why I like him is not the fact that he is rich. (I ...
a. If his store isn't open it is that he has left town.
Can't this sentence mean two things?
If his store isn't open it means that he has left town.
If his store isn't open it is because he has left ...
I am listening to an audio recording about business English on BBC.
I hear a question at 12m:10s.
It sounds like
Tell me why you being (or be) interested in pursuing a career as an accountant?&...
Passage: Mastering the National Admissions Test for Law by Mark Shepherd, page 146.
= Page 2, only first two paragraphs under the heading 'Spaces of Consumption' Don't read the entire PDF.
Sorry, this ...