May
27
awarded  Popular Question
2018
Jan
21
comment Why is “ourselves” used in this sentence?
Well well I know that when the subject of a clause is the same as the object we should use "myself, yourself, ourselves etc.." but I don't see any clause there, only to-infinitive and the object of the to-infinitive.
Jan
21
asked Why is “ourselves” used in this sentence?
Jan
21
awarded  Commentator
Jan
20
comment Can “as … as” clause contain noun + adjective?
Is this only for the as ... as or it works in any case?
Jan
20
comment Can “as … as” clause contain noun + adjective?
" as nice a car" Why are you using an article after an adjective? Also, determines are considered as adjectives.
Jan
20
asked Can “as … as” clause contain noun + adjective?
Jan
18
asked Can I use “She” and “her” for an animal?
Jan
18
asked Is “news” singular?
Jan
17
awarded  Editor
Jan
14
asked Is “using” a preposition?
Jan
9
asked Is “mystery” an abstract noun?
Jan
5
comment Should I specify who is doing the action when I use “it” as dummy subject?
No no. I know that. Maybe my question was a bit unclear. I meant that I want someone (for instance you) to tell me something and I say this sentence "It would be interesting to tell us about..." Will the people understand what I mean?
Jan
5
asked Should I specify who is doing the action when I use “it” as dummy subject?
Jan
4
asked Is there any pattern or logic in word formation?
Jan
1
asked Verb to Adjective “inviteable” or “invitable”?
2017
Dec
31
asked How do you know which suffix to use in order to make a verb be a noun?
Dec
17
awarded  Student
Dec
13
comment Are 9000/10000 words enough to be like a real native speaker?
@Mick What did you mean by "test-taskers"?
Dec
13
comment Are 9000/10000 words enough to be like a real native speaker?
That's a lot. How can a foreign speaker learn these 35.000 words? You are lucky as you are a native speaker :(