• Poll: Are you happy and gay?

    Well don't take the word gay in a wrong way.
    Well don't take the word gay in a wrong way.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • What does it mean to "take people at face value"?

    Best answer: To believe what they say and how they act towards you and other from your 1st impressions and assume that they have now other agenda and that they are not being manipulative in anyway towards you or other to get what they want. Sometime they are called WYSIWYG - What You See Is What You Get people - but there is n... show more
    Best answer: To believe what they say and how they act towards you and other from your 1st impressions and assume that they have now other agenda and that they are not being manipulative in anyway towards you or other to get what they want. Sometime they are called WYSIWYG - What You See Is What You Get people - but there is n old saying that "1st impression are usually wrong but lasting".

    Finally treat people like book and never judge them by the cover or how they look or act initially. Get to know them before you trust them.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • The cat which sleeping under the trees?

    Best answer: No, your sentence is not correct. For one thing, it should be "that" and not "which" These are correct -- The cat that is sleeping under the trees is hers. The cat that was sleeping under the trees is hers. The cat sleeping under the trees is hers. Here's more about "that" vs... show more
    Best answer: No, your sentence is not correct. For one thing, it should be "that" and not "which"
    These are correct --
    The cat that is sleeping under the trees is hers.
    The cat that was sleeping under the trees is hers.
    The cat sleeping under the trees is hers.

    Here's more about "that" vs "which" >>
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    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Which sentence is better?

    Best answer: B is better because there is no need to repeat 'his'
    Best answer: B is better because there is no need to repeat 'his'
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why is hate a bad word?

    Best answer: It's not a bad word. It's just a word. The emotion of hate can be harmful, and therefore bad. But it's not the word that's bad; it's the emotion.
    Best answer: It's not a bad word. It's just a word. The emotion of hate can be harmful, and therefore bad. But it's not the word that's bad; it's the emotion.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • What does 8/10 of a mile mean?

    9 answers · 7 days ago
  • Correct my grammar:?

    My parents made me choose between going to the movies or the party next weekend A change or to and B no change
    My parents made me choose between going to the movies or the party next weekend A change or to and B no change
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • 'Because Taj Mahal is the most famous place in India, we went there.' Is this grammatically correct?

    Best answer: Grammatically, yes, although we would use the definite article (the Taj Mahal). but a more normal way of saying it would be: "We went to the Taj Mahal because it's the most famous place in India."
    Best answer: Grammatically, yes, although we would use the definite article (the Taj Mahal). but a more normal way of saying it would be: "We went to the Taj Mahal because it's the most famous place in India."
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is this sentence grammatically correct?

    Best answer: It is odd. Obviously his legs were capable of carrying him. I don't actually think it is wrong, but it might be better like this.

    He had walked so much that his legs could barely carry his weight when he arrived at his hotel.
    Best answer: It is odd. Obviously his legs were capable of carrying him. I don't actually think it is wrong, but it might be better like this.

    He had walked so much that his legs could barely carry his weight when he arrived at his hotel.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Deny me that or deny it to me?

    Please, Don't deny me that Please, don't deny it to me Thank you so much!
    Please, Don't deny me that Please, don't deny it to me Thank you so much!
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why don’t some poeple have good granmer?

    Best answer: *teach, not teached.
    Best answer: *teach, not teached.
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Opposite of lost?

    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it okay to leave a question mark at the end of this sentence?

    "After a brief chat I don't believe I have particularly severe ADHD, but perhaps may have some symptoms?" I sometimes see people type/write like this and I think it sort of helps express that the writer is unsure and is not making a statement. Or would this be an inappropriate? Too informal?
    "After a brief chat I don't believe I have particularly severe ADHD, but perhaps may have some symptoms?" I sometimes see people type/write like this and I think it sort of helps express that the writer is unsure and is not making a statement. Or would this be an inappropriate? Too informal?
    5 answers · 6 days ago