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According to the Longman dictionary, "not nearly" means "not at all". So, the sentence means: Content analysis is not at all as scary as it sounds. (Indeed it's scare, but not that much)
answered Aug 21 '14 by mohsen kamrani
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Which one is correct? This question is very low quality? or This question has very low quality? or This question has a very low quality?
asked Mar 29 '14 by mohsen kamrani
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Which of the following sentences are grammatically correct? Which ones are formal, idiomatic and proper to use in writing an essay? What makes for a good job? What makes a good job? What does make a …
asked Nov 6 '14 by mohsen kamrani
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I found this sentence as a sample for the word "indispensable" in the Longman dictionary: "Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our lives." (we say: ...phones have become an indisp …
asked Nov 19 '14 by mohsen kamrani
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I want to say my friend was using a software since five years ago and he's still using the software, now which term is right : My friend has been using a software for five years. My friend had been …
asked Mar 23 '14 by mohsen kamrani
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Is it right to express similarity like this? My brother and I look [alike] / [like each other] not only in appearance, but also in behaviors. Is there a better way to express it?
asked Dec 11 '14 by mohsen kamrani
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What is the difference between the two words "Autonomic" and "Autonomous"? Are they interchangeable in any situation?
asked May 2 '14 by mohsen kamrani
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So, I read the sentence "But we are also be talking about ...[a subject]" somewhere and at that moment I just thought it's a mistake. However I googled it and interestingly found many similar cases! N …
asked Sep 16 '14 by mohsen kamrani
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As the definition of either'other' and 'another' is clearly provided by almost every dictionary (that you can find most probably), I just illustrate the difference with some examples to clarify their …
answered Aug 26 '14 by mohsen kamrani