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Use this tag for questions about meanings of whole sentences rather than phrases.

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Teams qualified from the ECPC qualification round on 19 October will need to pay an extra 200 LE each (to be collected onsite after the qualification) Does this mean each member of the team has t …
asked Sep 25 '18 by Mohamed Magdy
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The concert will start tomorrow at 6:00 pm. Or The concert starts tomorrow at 6:00 pm.
asked Apr 5 '18 by Mohamed Magdy
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Why are you late? You must have taken a taxi. I know that the mistake is "must", but I'm confused whether to put "should" or "can't". Which one is more correctly? Why are you late? You s …
asked Jan 20 '18 by Mohamed Magdy
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In exam (Egyptian GSEC English exam) today Liverpool's players are known to be skilled. They (will win - are going to win) the match easily. This question was in my exam, I already answered it …
asked Jun 12 by Mohamed Magdy
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Although he jumped aside, but the stone hit him. My instructor told me, that the mistake is "but", it should be: Although he jumped aside, yet the stone hit him. Is it possible to say: …
asked Jan 20 '18 by Mohamed Magdy
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What (made - caused) you to change your mind? Which choice is correct for this sentence?
asked Feb 9 '18 by Mohamed Magdy
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Is teacher of English the same as English teacher and if not, what is the difference between? I am an English teacher. I am a teacher of English.
asked Jan 29 '18 by Mohamed Magdy
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If the tree isn't watered, it (will die - dies - would die). I know zero conditional should be about facts. In the example above I'm confused whether to choose will die or dies.
asked May 22 '18 by Mohamed Magdy