• Can i call white people the N word?

    14 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Which sentence is correct?

    Best answer: All the sentences are correct as they stand, but note the following. "I can tell" means that I know I have made a correct assumption. "I can tell you" means that I am informing you, or a group, personally. You don't need to use "my" at all.
    Best answer: All the sentences are correct as they stand, but note the following. "I can tell" means that I know I have made a correct assumption. "I can tell you" means that I am informing you, or a group, personally. You don't need to use "my" at all.
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • What does a detached person mean?

    Hey I got called detached does it mean I’m antisocial or something along them lines?
    Hey I got called detached does it mean I’m antisocial or something along them lines?
    10 answers · 19 hours ago
  • What does "lineup" mean according to this sentence?

    CEO: Last year's lineup was perfect.
    CEO: Last year's lineup was perfect.
    8 answers · 18 hours ago
  • What is the most intelligent or least known (but still useable in a common context) word you know?

    Best answer: I nod to those saying that words themselves aren't intelligent, and also that forcing vocabulary often has undesired effects. But I'm going to assume you just want some fun words. "Pulchritude" Transcendent, awe-inspiring, almost sacred beauty, that goes beyond just the physical. I was once... show more
    Best answer: I nod to those saying that words themselves aren't intelligent, and also that forcing vocabulary often has undesired effects. But I'm going to assume you just want some fun words.

    "Pulchritude"
    Transcendent, awe-inspiring, almost sacred beauty, that goes beyond just the physical. I was once fixing a flat on my bicycle after work, when an attractive female friend, who was always immaculately dressed, came out and asked if I needed a ride home. I said, no, I got it. She was wearing a white dress, but said "nonsense," and proceeded to pick up my dirty, greasy frame and carry it to her car. That's the kind of selfless beauty that qualifies as pulchritude.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is this sentence grammatically correct?

    Best answer: Yes it is fine and grammatically correct. To be very picky I might prefer 'around' the shelves -'along' sounds like you are on them (unless that is what you are doing, of course)
    Best answer: Yes it is fine and grammatically correct. To be very picky I might prefer 'around' the shelves -'along' sounds like you are on them (unless that is what you are doing, of course)
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you guys know what 'programmable' means in this sentence?

    I'd appreciate your help As training progressed, the programmable delay was increased gradually to give the participant an opportunity to make his or her choice before the cue. this is about traing children. in this test, they give a cue to a child the child hears the cue and answers the question
    I'd appreciate your help As training progressed, the programmable delay was increased gradually to give the participant an opportunity to make his or her choice before the cue. this is about traing children. in this test, they give a cue to a child the child hears the cue and answers the question
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • How many words should a chapter be?

    if you are reading a story on an online site you like long chapter or shorter ones? which are better? I don't know where to stop mine any suggestions. The story as it stands right now (not all finished typing) is over 10000 words.
    if you are reading a story on an online site you like long chapter or shorter ones? which are better? I don't know where to stop mine any suggestions. The story as it stands right now (not all finished typing) is over 10000 words.
    7 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Can “potential “ be used in this context?

    X: “Tear shouldn’t have been the lead single.” Y: I agree. It doesn’t have lead single potential.”
    X: “Tear shouldn’t have been the lead single.” Y: I agree. It doesn’t have lead single potential.”
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • How many of you will admit to not knowing the difference between THEN and THAN? I've had to correct two, today.?

    Best answer: Nobody is going to admit to not knowing. The ones who don't know the difference don't KNOW that they don't know. The rest of us DO know the difference.
    Best answer: Nobody is going to admit to not knowing. The ones who don't know the difference don't KNOW that they don't know. The rest of us DO know the difference.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • URGENT!.... What rhymes... with Kira..?

    7 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Can you help me with English please?

    Best answer: "It goes without saying" means that he shouldn't need to mention it, or that it's obvious.
    "Infamous" means well known, but bad, or dreaded.
    "Factor into" means here that these principles will be present in the plan.
    Best answer: "It goes without saying" means that he shouldn't need to mention it, or that it's obvious.
    "Infamous" means well known, but bad, or dreaded.
    "Factor into" means here that these principles will be present in the plan.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • What word do I use here?

    “Max calling out Chris is the ____ of the spiderman pointing at another spiderman meme.” I’m blanking out on the word that should go here, any help?
    “Max calling out Chris is the ____ of the spiderman pointing at another spiderman meme.” I’m blanking out on the word that should go here, any help?
    7 answers · 1 day ago