If you see, I was broken makes sense to me. It means you're having a very difficult time due to say some tragedy.
But I want to say it like Once you are broken, it will always xyz. But to me, it seems ...
I am trying to make the wikipedia definitions of the basic arithmetic operations consistent with each other, and was wondering on which verb is more concise.
The addition of ...
My question concerns the preposition that is used with the word 'simplify'.
I am unsure which of the following is correct:
'By substitution, the problem is simplified to a system of linear equations.'
Consider theses sentences of mine, please:
The meeting remains cancelled till further notice.
The meeting will remain cancelled till further notice.
The meeting is cancelled till further notice.
What I'm trying to convey is that there is a screen in an app, which is supposed to show jobs, but is not showing them.
Is this sentence correct:
The jobs screen for customers does not show jobs
Fill in the blank using verbs given in bracket.
Thomas failed all his exams and left school with no qualifications, yet this 30 year old fire fighter ______(go) into the Guinness book of records by ...
This applies equally to the 14 year old who fails to attend school because a parent is terminally ill, the overweight 11 year old who fails to attend because he is ________ about changing ...
There is a question in my book where I have to fill the correct form of a verb
I think I ________ reluctant to do anything at this very difficult time for global free trade, to cancel another trade ...
Let's look at the following sentences.
I got bored while watching serials.
His father got him the mobile.
She got married to John.
Why does the verb 'get' occur in these sentences?
The first sentence ...
The common way to say that some time, events or whatever remains until the occurrence of something is (for instance):
N days remain before Christmas
N days remain until New Year
N upgrades remain to ...
I was wondering what was the difference between these two terms:
“To rip off”
Which one is better in this sentence? :
“This store rips off their customers”
“This store scams their customers”
According to Guinnessworldrecord.com, the most piano key hits in one
minute is 824, achieved by Domingos-Antonio Gomes (Portugal) in
Lisbon, Portugal, on 4 March 2017. I knew this sentence has to be
Michael Swan in his book http://ielts-house.net/Ebook/Vocabulary/Practical%20English%20usage.pdf (page 2)
So, my question is what would all the sentences look like if we added all the things ...
As the questions says, I would like to know if I can use this structures in these following examples.
The most sensible thing to do is to stay indoors.
One of the qualities I could have is to argue ...
Which one of the following sentences is correct, and are there any grammatical rules for that?
(1) Wine is being made in Italy for thousands of years.
(2) Wine has been made in Italy for thousands of ...