• Is the correct word cook or bake a cake?

    Can I say I cook a cake?
    Can I say I cook a cake?
    13 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Vile gathering up her throat?

    Can I use the expression "She felt vile gathering up her throat" as to say that she felt disgusted by something?
    Can I use the expression "She felt vile gathering up her throat" as to say that she felt disgusted by something?
    8 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Is this correct use of the word "signal"?

    I would like a response from the company that signals they have understood my proposal.
    I would like a response from the company that signals they have understood my proposal.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • The use of 'if' and 'however'?

    Is this sentence grammatically correct? If you can't make it however hard you practice, you had better take a rest for a while.
    Is this sentence grammatically correct? If you can't make it however hard you practice, you had better take a rest for a while.
    8 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Am I using commas perfectly below, and should I use period or comma after 'watching it'?

    Best answer: Delete 'will', and replace the second c omma with a semi-colon. Your style isn't great, but it doesn't matter in this obviously informal context. I've watched this movie the most [in my life so far], and I'll never ever [will] get tired of watching it; it's probably the greatest movie... show more
    Best answer: Delete 'will', and replace the second c omma with a semi-colon.
    Your style isn't great, but it doesn't matter in this obviously informal context.

    I've watched this movie the most [in my life so far], and I'll never ever [will] get tired of watching it; it's probably the greatest movie ever made [in history].

    The Present Perfect incorporates within it the idea of 'at any time up till the present', so you don't need to add 'in my life' or 'so far' or 'in history'. But in your informal sentence it's OK.

    PS I'm curious to know what movie you're talking about!
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • What’s it called when someone proudly blows on the end of their gun?

    Best answer: Bravado? acting like a jerk? a good way to burn your lips? or a better way to blow your nose off accidently?
    Best answer: Bravado? acting like a jerk? a good way to burn your lips? or a better way to blow your nose off accidently?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Hello english teachers, which sentence is correct:)?

    She is a smart and determined person. She is a smart and a determined person. She is smart and determined person. I am so bloody confused..
    She is a smart and determined person. She is a smart and a determined person. She is smart and determined person. I am so bloody confused..
    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why is "he" capitalized when not referring to a deity?

    Best answer: Reverential capitalization is the practice of capitalizing words, particularly pronouns. Nouns, which are not proper names, can also be capitalized out of reverence of the entity they refer to. Such examples include "the Lord", "the Father", "the... show more
    Best answer: Reverential capitalization is the practice of capitalizing words, particularly pronouns.
    Nouns, which are not proper names, can also be capitalized out of reverence of the entity they refer to. Such examples include "the Lord", "the Father", "the Creator".

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reverential_capitalization
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is more correct in a social situation,, shut up or shut yur pie hole.?

    Best answer: Depends who you're hanging out with. If you're with a liberal, they'll be offended by "shut up", so just use the other one.
    Best answer: Depends who you're hanging out with. If you're with a liberal, they'll be offended by "shut up", so just use the other one.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What does this symbols mean?

    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can you help me with English plz?

    Best answer: "Ever" specifies that you're talking about the first video game in history...that you're looking at ALL of TIME to find the first video game that was created. Imagine, by contrast, that your entire conversation up to that point had been about the Super Nintendo, and someone asked "what was... show more
    Best answer: "Ever" specifies that you're talking about the first video game in history...that you're looking at ALL of TIME to find the first video game that was created.

    Imagine, by contrast, that your entire conversation up to that point had been about the Super Nintendo, and someone asked "what was the first video game created?"

    Without the "ever" one would assume that the question is asking about the first Super Nintendo game, not the first game...period. "Ever" clarifies that you're talking about the first game...period.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • How are these sentences different?

    Best answer: They are equivalent in meaning.
    To make A final decision implies there may have been a choice of possible decisions, but not necessarily.
    Once a decision has been made, it becomes THE decision.
    We made a final decision and, on doing so, it became the final decision. Either way, the final decision has been made.
    Best answer: They are equivalent in meaning.
    To make A final decision implies there may have been a choice of possible decisions, but not necessarily.
    Once a decision has been made, it becomes THE decision.
    We made a final decision and, on doing so, it became the final decision. Either way, the final decision has been made.
    12 answers · 6 days ago