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     1  ~ 2014 oct 02this company provides"The Company Provide " or "The Company Provides " - English-test.net"[The company ] provide presentations for..." My gut feeling is that it should read "[ The company ] provides presentations for...", but I'm at a loss to ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 29your assistance would be appreciated"Your help is appreciated" or ' Your help would appreciated I end my message by "Your help is appreciated" or '' Your help would appreciated "? When can I use these sentences and when can't?
     1  ~ 2014 sep 29its a dealPhrase " It's a deal !" - English-test.netDo you think the use of " it's a deal " in that conversation is natural? I ask so because it's always seemed to me that when people use " it's a deal !
     1  ~ 2014 sep 29schedule agendaAgenda vs. schedule - English-test.netHi, what is the difference between an agenda and a schedule ? In my understanding, an agenda is more concrete and refers to a particular ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 26i look forewardI'm looking forward to hearing from you vs I look forward It's interesting to see that in most business letters you probably will find I look forward to hearing from you, mabye that's because the phrase is ... Look forward to hear from you?15 posts1 Feb 2006Meaning of " look forward to"5 posts28 Jan 2006 I look forward to seeing you2 posts9 May 2005
     1  ~ 2014 sep 25here it ishere it is or here is it - English-test.netI've learned that when you want to show something to someone, i.e, a picture, you can say " here it is ". Someone asked whether " here is it" ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 25send meSend me or Send to me? - English-test.netSend the letters to me or Send me the letters? If both are correct, which one is preferable and why? TIA, Jane.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 23big city topicTopic 5: Big City and Small town - English-test.netTopic : Some people prefer to live in a big city ; others prefer small town state. Which one you prefer and why? Giving specific examples. the problems of big cities 2 posts9 Dec 2010The traffic situation in big cities .3 posts28 Feb 2010
     1  ~ 2014 sep 23lately happy birthdayHappy belated birthday or belated happy birthday - English-test.net"Belated happy birthday " sounds very awkward and wrong to me. I've never seen it written this way. I don't know the exact grammar reasons for ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 22i look forewordIt's interesting to see that in most business letters you probably will find I look forward to hearing from you, mabye that's because the phrase is ... I look forward to getting a letter from her.5 postsOct 13, 2009 Look forward to hear from you?15 postsFeb 1, 2006Meaning of " look forward to"5 postsJan 28, 2006 I look forward to seeing you2 postsMay 9, 2005
     1  ~ 2014 sep 19has been sendedhad been sent or has been sent - English-test.netbeen sent all the relevant documents of pension in 2006. 2.The Department has been sent all the relevant documents of pension in 2006. "is being sent" or " has been sent "3 posts1 Jul 2010"I have been sent an e-mail" - What does this means?6 posts7 Nov 2008
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16those daysDifference between ' those days ' and ' these days ' - English-test.netTest No. incompl/inter-38 "Save the Day", question 9 ... Those days as in the expression: in those days we used to ... refers to a time in the past.
     1  +2 2014 sep 15they wereThey was or They were ? - English-test.netI am100% that the They were is right. However, it still makes me confuse if the They was is also right or applicable to any circumstances, please ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 15you wereYou was or you were , which one is correct? - English-test.netWhen I typed ' you was' in microsoft word, there is green line under was and it ... ' You ' always takes ' were ' when using the past tense, just like it ...
     1  +2 2014 sep 13can't stand factorIdiom: can't stand - English-TestEnglish Idioms and Expressions, Elementary Level ESL/EFL Test #11 " Expressing Emotions", question 1. I can't stand it when you talk to me ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 12i look forward" I look forward to hearing from you." Is it a question of formality with the simple present version being more formal than the continuous one? Look forward to hear from you?15 posts1 Feb 2006Meaning of " look forward to"5 posts28 Jan 2006 I look forward to seeing you2 posts9 May 2005
     1  ~ 2014 sep 10one of the first onesone vs ones ('the first one ' or 'the first ones ') - English-TestThe first one is singular as in: I have never read any of the books by ... The first ones is plural as in: We were the first ones to arrive at the party.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 09is belonged'belongs to' vs ' is belonged to' - English-TestHi Charlotte, You can't use ' belong to' in the passive. You can either say: This book belongs to me or if you want to use a passive form: This ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 08in response to your questionWhat's the polite way to say "Let me answer your questions " In response to your ..." "With regards to your..." and insert any of: questions , concerns or queries (MSword/dictionary.com theasaurus will be ...
     1  +4 2014 sep 07english grammar through storiesEnglish Grammar through Stories (PDF) | English-Test.netDear Friend, Do you like to learn grammar rules? Certainly not. Or at least not much. Yet, grammar is important if you want to learn English . You probably ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 05for my knowledge"as far as I know" vs "to my knowledge " etc. - English-test.net1.as far as I know 2.to my knowledge 3.to my understanding 4.to the best of my knowledge 5.to the best of my understanding. For example,
     1  ~ 2014 sep 05let me get answerWhat's the polite way to say " Let me answer your questions There is nothing at all wrong with ' Let me answer your questions' in a ... less sophisticated to what you may have heard elsewhere but there is ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 04i am planning to departI'm leaving tomorrow. vs. I'm going to leave tomorrow - English That's a clear explanation from Hercules. What about the differences among: I will leave tomorrow. I am going to leave tomorrow. I am leaving ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 03welcome a boarddifference between ' welcome aboard' and ' welcome on board ' Welcome aboard' is a kind of greeting made to a new member of ... Just to confirm again, do you mean ' welcome on board ' is only used for a ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 02loadging and boardingMeaning of phrase: " Lodging and boarding " - English-test.netAccording to Google, the expression ' lodging and boarding ' seems to be favoured in Asia over 'board and lodging' (UK) or 'room and board' ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 27check all that applyCheck all that apply vs. Check all that applies - English-test.netI'm working on a website and I have a few check boxes with different options. Should it read "I would consider myself ( Check all that apply )"
     1  ~ 2014 aug 25send it to you" send it to you " v.s " send you it" - English-test.net2I'll send a letter to you 3I'll send you it 4I'll send it to you (Or propose your own version if you think none of those fits) Thanks and have a nice ...
     1  +2 2014 aug 18lectures in englishUniversity lectures / TOEFL® listening - English -test.netIn this section you will find a number of listening comprehension exercises which are based on the first part of the Test of English as a Test Of English as a ... ‎A lecture in biology class - ‎TOEFL lecture 50 - ‎TOEFL lecture 4 - ‎TOEFL lecture 6
     1  ~ 2014 aug 18i am home" I'm Home " OR "I'm at Home" - English-test.netAs you can see, there are a song named Honey, I'm Home performed by Shania Twain and a British television sitcom named Heil Honey I'm ...
     1  +1 2014 aug 16forward to me" Forward me " vs " Forward to me " - English-test.net1- Could you please forward to me his email address? 2- Could you please forward me his email address? 3- Could you please forward his ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 15it may seemWhy not " It may seems "? - English-test.netIt's simply the correct form of that voice in that tense. It may seem / he may seem / she may seem / they may seem.
     1  ~ 2014 aug 15i am confident" confident of" vs. " confident in" - English-test.net1. I am confident of ... 2. I am confident in ... I looked up "confident" in a dictionary and found the phrase "confident of". I could not find, however, ... How can I be confident while speaking English?9 postsMar 29, 2010 Confidence vs confident 3 postsAug 9, 2008
     1  ~ 2014 aug 15english toeic testTOEIC ® Prep- and TOEIC ® Preparation -- 684 ... - English - test .netTOEIC Test Package will help you learn new phrases, idioms, expressions and English grammar structures every single day. And you won't even have to cram ... ‎TOEIC Simulation Test 1 - ‎TOEIC Simulation Test 2 - ‎Photographs - ‎TOEIC test
     1  +1 2014 aug 14make a courseI make a course ? - English-test.netAnd, yes, " make a course " sounds like either a non-native speaker error or as though the person is creating a course for (other) people to learn ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 13here is itI've learned that when you want to show something to someone, i.e, a picture, you can say " here it is". Someone asked whether " here is it " ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 12send you it"send it to you" v.s " send you it " - English-test.net
     1  ~ 2014 aug 09what did they useIs this question correct: " What did they used to make?" - English can it be used in presence of another past tense - ' did ' - in same sentence? . Another request is for clear rules if any for the use of "compared to" ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 07education for present generationshow does the present generation differs from the past generation When taking a look at the present generation of young people, ... Firstly, in the past, parent were so strict concerning the education of their ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 07send email atto send ON the address or to send AT the address? - English-test.netYou would usually send something to a certain address. However, you can use ... about English! Click to subscribe to free email English course ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 04ms vs mrsMs , Mrs , Miss ? - English-test.netMs Mrs Miss I always confuse them and please also tell me if those abbreviations are .... The words are pronounced differently ( /mis/ vs /miz/).
     1  ~ 2014 aug 03english test for interviewTest : Job Interview - English - test .netesl test : job interview (questions). Improve your progress in learning English ! — ... Please register on our forum und take the tests with your own progress report!
     1  ~ 2014 aug 03lots of worklots of vs. a lot - English-test.netI have lot of work - Singular 'lot' should have an article (a, the) 2. ... I have lots of works - 'Work' is a non-count noun in this context - unless the ...
     1  +1 2014 aug 02in our side"At our side OR At our end" - which is the correct one? - English At our end, we don't have any problem with this work station. OR At our side , we don't have any problem with this work station. Thanks, Suresh ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 31fall in sleepDifference between fall asleep and fall into sleep - English-test.netIn the hot sun they started to feel sleepy and very soon
     1  ~ 2014 jul 30enjoy your presentsWhat is the difference between I hope you enjoy and I hope you'll I hope you enjoy your Christmas gift . I hope you'll enjoy your Christmas gift . Thanks a lot, Torsten TOEIC listening, photographs: The oil refinery ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 30talk with medifference between ' talk to' and ' talk with' - English-test.netCan you tell me about the difference between ' talk to' and ' talk with'? ... Usage varies, but generally ' talk to' indicates the simple action (as ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 28on a vacation"my brother is on vacation " or "my brother is on A vacation "my brother is on vacation " or "my brother is on A vacation " Usually I say "I am bored
     1  +52 2014 jul 27have a relaxing weekendWhy do we say have a nice, relaxing weekend ? - English-TestHave a nice, relaxing weekend or any variation without the "and" is it considered colliquial or is there any rule. Thank you for you answers.
     1  ~ 2014 jul 25english grammar audio lessonsGrammar tenses / English audio course - English -test.netAs you know grammar exercises can be hard and boring at times but then it's important for you to master the basic grammar rules of the English language.
     1  ~ 2014 jul 24imam ali essayBeautiful essay about Ali Ibn Abi Talib, the great man - English-TestA famous Iraqi sociologist said in his explanation for this sanctification to Imam Ali that it is because of the fact that Iraqis blamed themselves to ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 24on this week'on next week ' versus 'in next week ' - English-test.netESL/EFL Test #203 "Prepositions of Time and Date (1)", question 6. I have to go for a check-up
     1  ~ 2014 jul 22let the beginLet the game begins ! Is this correct? - English-test.netWhich is correct; Let the game begins or Let the game begin . And am I correct in thinking that this is future tense and not present? Many Thanks ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 19thought that countsWhat is the meaning of "It's the thought that counts "? - English 'It's the thought that counts ' is usually used of gift-giving. It doesn't matter how little a gift costs; what is important is the feeling or thoughtfulness ...
     1  +2 2014 jul 19thank you for confirmingThanks for your confirmation and your patience... - English-test.netDid you want that corrected for a letter you are writing, Hun Kong Hean? ... Thank you for your confirmation and your patience in helping with ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 19address the issuemeaning of " Address the issue " - English-test.net' Address the issue ' means face up to the question/consider the matter - in other words do something practical about a certain subject. Alan ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 18have a nice holidaysarticle + adjective e.g. ' have nice holidays ' or ' have a nice ' Have a nice holiday ' is the commonly used expression. Grammatically, it's either ' a holiday' (singular) or 'holidays' (plural). The indefinite ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 18have a nice holiday
     1  ~ 2014 jul 18dialogue between two studentsA conversation between two students in their first class of the term Listen to a conversation between two students in their first class of the term. Arthur: Morning, Myra. Myra: Oh hi, Arthur! You're taking Ecology Three Eleven, too?
     1  +42 2014 jul 18born and live"I was born and I live in New York." - English-test.netWhat is wrong with the sentence "I was born and I live in New York." ? Could you also link me to the grammar rule of the mistake (if there is any) ...
     2  ~ 2014 oct 05let me shed lightmeaning of " shed some light on something" - English-test.netand last night, as I was watching a movie, I heard a character saying: " let me shed some light on that" (they were a few people in a dark place, ...
     2  ~ 2014 oct 04hope u enjoyI hope you enjoy seems to me to be quite general in meaning with the suggestion that this is just a throwaway remark very much in the style of ...
     2  ~ 2014 oct 04hearing from youIt's interesting to see that in most business letters you probably will find I look forward to hearing from you , mabye that's because the phrase is ... Why use 'to hearing ' and not 'to hear'?10 postsJul 23, 2009Question on Phrasal verb / Look3 postsNov 13, 2006Look forward to hear from you ?15 postsFeb 1, 2006Looking forward to hearing from you 5 postsApr 16, 2005
     2  ~ 2014 oct 03toeic listening testPhotographs / TOEIC ® listening - English- test .netIn this section you will find a number of listening comprehension exercises which are based on the first part of the Test Of English for International ... ‎Autobahn - ‎Question & Response - ‎Short Business Conversations ... - ‎Talks
     2  ~ 2014 oct 03contact me atcontact me on vs contact me at - English-test.netwhat is the difference between " contact me on" and " contact me at "? Can I say, you can me on this e-mail address? When do we say contact at ...
     2  ~ 2014 oct 03have been doneHas been Done Vs is Done - English-test.netHi All, I am having some confusion between " Has Been Done and is Done". What is the difference bettwen those two? And when do we need to ...
     2  +3 2014 oct 02take a seatHave a seat or Take a seat ? - English-test.netI will try to use more "Have a seat", it sounds just strange, but no matter. byebye. Andy ... Take a seat : It is more direct and less friendly ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 30someone who can keep promisessomeone who fails to keep his promise (s) - English-test.netI can 't think of a single word (other than 'liar' which doesn't necessarily fit the bill well enough). I'd just call him someone who doesn't keep his ...
     2  +1 2014 sep 30place of workWhat does ' place of work ' mean? - English-test.netThe one day that most people hate is Monday because that's when they have to go back to their place of work . Correct answer: (c) place ...
     2  -1 2014 sep 29security purposesfor security purpose - English-test.netWhen you say a phrase "for security purpose ", do you have to put "-s" in the end of purpose? 1) for security purpose 2) for security purposes
     2  +2 2014 sep 29suit very muchDifference between match and suit - English-test.net(c) suits (d) corresponds. English Synonym, Elementary Level ESL/EFL Test #63 "Synonyms for adapt", answer 3. I like this coat very much  ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 28lost baggage dialogsDialogues - English-test.netHi Teachers, This is a little bit long but could you give it a check-up for me? Thank you very much indeed!! Scene 2 – lost Baggage Dialogue 1
     2  -1 2014 sep 28that's it for nowThat's it for now .... - English-test.netHow would you translate the phrase "Das war's erstmal..."? The best I can come up with is: " that's it for now " Any better suggestions? Thanks,
     2  -1 2014 sep 28your hobbies etcWhat's Your Hobby ? - English-test.netListening to the music, Playing piano, shopping, etc . How about you? ... In your case: My hobbies are: listening to music, playing the piano, …
     2  ~ 2014 sep 27grammer to contradictContrast vs contradiction - English-test.netDear teachers, In grammar , how to distinguish clearly the meaning of contrast and contradiction ?Please give me examples. Quoc ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 27esl cafeThe ESL Cafe Story - English-test.netWhen it comes to learning English on the Internet there is one web site that might be the most popular place amongst the ESL community: «Dave's ESL Cafe » ...
     2  -1 2014 sep 26what does he saysdictation - what does he say ? - English-test.netNow I hope you all will practice this one three more times before we do the review. I think he says something between all and practice but I'm ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 26i hope you'll enjoy itI' ll have a shot at this. I hope you enjoy seems to me to be quite general in meaning with the suggestion that this is just a throwaway remark ...
     2  +1 2014 sep 23toeic practice testsTOEIC ® Prep- and TOEIC ® Preparation -- 684 ... - English- test .net1,210 TOEIC listening exercises, Total number of tests: 684 3420 unique TOEIC words ... for Non English… TOEIC practice test : ESL English Vocabulary: Verb…
     2  +2 2014 sep 23each of which usageusage of " each " and " every " - English-test.netIf Each / Every is preceded with subject, the verb takes the plural form. Now consider the following sentence: Every Sunday,Bob and three of his ...
     2  -1 2014 sep 22it is up to youMeaning of "It's up to you " - English-test.net(b) It's up to you . (c) You're up for it. (d) You're up at it. Test No. incompl/elem-29 " Responses (2)", answer 1. Mike: 'I just can't make my mind up.
     2  -1 2014 sep 20welcome on boarddifference between 'welcome aboard' and ' welcome on board 'Welcome aboard' is a kind of greeting made to a new member of ... Just to confirm again, do you mean ' welcome on board ' is only used for a ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 18grammar to contradict
     2  -1 2014 sep 17can start workingStart work vs. start working - English-test.netI usually start working at 8:45 and finish at about 5:15. ... Can we say start work is a collocation which is composed of a verb ( start ) and a noun ...
     2  +6 2014 sep 16daves esl cafeWhen it comes to learning English on the Internet there is one web site that might be the most popular place amongst the ESL community: « Dave's ESL Cafe » ...
     2  -1 2014 sep 16we will soon sendI can soon send you the photos. vs I can send you soon the photos "Behold, my friends, the spring is come; the earth has gladly received the embraces of the sun, and we shall soon see the results of their love!
     2  ~ 2014 sep 15hey chapWhat does ' chap ' mean? - English-test.netClearly he was a very romance kind of chap and that's why he chose Paris. (a) Clearly (b) romance
     2  ~ 2014 sep 13what do he says'What did he say ?' or 'What he said ?' - English-Testeg:1) he says that ' he 'll come tomorrow' here the situation is, he is saying now ( i.e present) he 'll come tomorrow ... What do you want me to do ?
     2  ~ 2014 sep 13ask for meUsage of " ask for" (She asked me for some money.) - English-Test#1 (permalink) Wed May 28, 2008 21:55 pm Usage of " ask for" (She asked me for some money.) Hi, Could you tell me which is correct? She asked me some ...
     2  -1 2014 sep 12suprized amazedThe difference between “ surprised ” and “ amazed ” - English-test.netCan you tell me the difference about “ surprised ” and “ amazed ”? And how do we use them in the sentence? Thanks in advance. Bachieve.
     2  -1 2014 sep 12surprised amazed
     2  ~ 2014 sep 10natively englishSpeak English natively ? - English -test.netI've come across the expression to 'speak English natively '. Although I understand what it means and I know that ' natively ' is an adverb, the ...
     2  -1 2014 sep 06blue sky szenarioBlue skies scenario ? - English-test.netTest No. incompl/inter-2 "Like a red rag", answer 2. He takes the optimistic view and talks about a blue skies scenario . Correct answer: (b) blue
     2  -1 2014 sep 05i graduatedI was graduated vs I graduated - English-test.netI heard someone with excellent command of English said "I was graduated from... ". I have the impression this is incorrect so I am a little ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 05be in timeto be on time vs to be in time - English-test.neti am very curious to know what is the difference between "to be on time " and " to be in time ". Will there be any misunderstanding if i use on time  ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 03it was my pleasureIt was my pleasure - English-test.nethi fisrt of all i want to thank you. this nice site has helped me improve my english. my question is that i use this phrase its my pleasure but i want ... You're welcome, It's my pleasure , Not at all, Don't ...2 postsNov 18, 2012It's my pleasure ?3 postsApr 20, 2011
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