• If we arm teachers can the librarians at least get silencers?

    Best answer: A little levity never hurts!
    Best answer: A little levity never hurts!
    17 answers · 1 day ago
  • It would have had to have had?

    Am I using proper English in this phrase within a sentence? "[...] and so if it did deflect a bullet, it would have had to have had deflected it backwards [...]" "It would have had to have" sounds so weird, but is it correct? Can t get my head around it.
    Am I using proper English in this phrase within a sentence? "[...] and so if it did deflect a bullet, it would have had to have had deflected it backwards [...]" "It would have had to have" sounds so weird, but is it correct? Can t get my head around it.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Which is grammatically correct?

    1)I think his hobbies must be rather called luxurious if you pursue them as extremely as he does. 2) I think his hobbies must be called rather luxurious if you pursue them as extremely as he does. i guess both are grammatically correct. what do you think? thank you.
    1)I think his hobbies must be rather called luxurious if you pursue them as extremely as he does. 2) I think his hobbies must be called rather luxurious if you pursue them as extremely as he does. i guess both are grammatically correct. what do you think? thank you.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • How would you describe me?

    I’ve always had a habit for repetitive behaviors and patterns, such as playing the same scenes from movies over and over, the same parts of songs over and over and asking the same questions over and over....... I don’t know, perhaps I’m looking for some sort of satisfaction or some “filling in the hole” if you... show more
    I’ve always had a habit for repetitive behaviors and patterns, such as playing the same scenes from movies over and over, the same parts of songs over and over and asking the same questions over and over....... I don’t know, perhaps I’m looking for some sort of satisfaction or some “filling in the hole” if you will....
    7 answers · 27 mins ago
  • Name another word for vomit?

    45 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do scientist say that people who swear are more intelligent?

    Best answer: People who swear are less intelligent with limited vocabulary.
    Best answer: People who swear are less intelligent with limited vocabulary.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can anybody tell me what the word desperate mean?

    Best answer: needing something so bad and not knowing how to get it that you do weird and/illegal things to get it.

    The word is related to despair and hope. You are desperate when you've lost hope of getting what you need the normal/legal way
    Best answer: needing something so bad and not knowing how to get it that you do weird and/illegal things to get it.

    The word is related to despair and hope. You are desperate when you've lost hope of getting what you need the normal/legal way
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why do people hate puns so much?

    When someone makes a pun the first response will almost always be "Get out!" For all the hard work that person gave to think of a well crafted pun or dad joke, all he gets in return is nothing but rejection? Shouldn't we be clapping our hands, congratulating him for his witty remarks? One day there... show more
    When someone makes a pun the first response will almost always be "Get out!" For all the hard work that person gave to think of a well crafted pun or dad joke, all he gets in return is nothing but rejection? Shouldn't we be clapping our hands, congratulating him for his witty remarks? One day there will be no puns on this earth, and it's because we drove them to extinction. Why do people hate puns so much?
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Whomever or whoever?

    "Whomever is called will be asked to come in for a meeting" or "Whoever is called will be asked to come in for a meeting."?
    "Whomever is called will be asked to come in for a meeting" or "Whoever is called will be asked to come in for a meeting."?
    7 answers · 12 hours ago
  • How would you pronounce Eli?

    Guy I'm dating is called Eli, this may be short for Eliud. I've been saying 'Eee-lie' but I've heard his family members say 'Ell-e'.
    Guy I'm dating is called Eli, this may be short for Eliud. I've been saying 'Eee-lie' but I've heard his family members say 'Ell-e'.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Pronounce Quatar?

    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do people use the word "gay" to describe homosexuality?

    What is the origin of this? I have noticed that people in favor of homosexuality or homosexual marriage always refer to it as "gay marriage", or as people being "gay". However gay is a rather slang term.
    What is the origin of this? I have noticed that people in favor of homosexuality or homosexual marriage always refer to it as "gay marriage", or as people being "gay". However gay is a rather slang term.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Don't or doesn't, which word is correct?

    Best answer: One eye: Your eye doesn't look bloodshot.
    More than one eye: Your eyes don't look bloodshot.
    Best answer: One eye: Your eye doesn't look bloodshot.
    More than one eye: Your eyes don't look bloodshot.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • I have no father from the age of three?

    Is this sentence grammatically correct? I have no father since I was three? I have had no father since I was three?
    Is this sentence grammatically correct? I have no father since I was three? I have had no father since I was three?
    5 answers · 1 hour ago
  • Which word is correct?

    Best answer: normally at for this use. It was where he trained.

    EDIT: this applies to training in particular, because to train at (a place) is not the same as to train in (a subject or skill). You train in the culinary arts at a School for Chefs, say.
    Best answer: normally at for this use. It was where he trained.

    EDIT: this applies to training in particular, because to train at (a place) is not the same as to train in (a subject or skill). You train in the culinary arts at a School for Chefs, say.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is this sentence grammatically correct?

    Unfortunately I don’t speak English and I find it difficult to explain to her how to complete the exercises.
    Unfortunately I don’t speak English and I find it difficult to explain to her how to complete the exercises.
    9 answers · 3 days ago