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Does the expression "emotional island" be used a lot?

What does “take off” mean?

Please tell me why this show name is "Nailed it" even though it seems like a food competition gone bad.

What does "some folks" mean? Is "folks" equal to "people"?

Is 'go ballistic' related to ballistic missiles?

What does "wind up" mean?

What's the difference between "tug" and "pull"?

Would the sentence make sense if I omit "with" here?

What does "watch out" mean?

He just said "double bow" before, but why did he say "thus a double bow" again? I wonder why "thus" was used here.

What does "turn out" mean here?

Is it okay to not have verb in this sentence?

Is "Flying Start" a famous organization?

What’s the meaning of “what not” in this sentence?

What is “meta-human”?

Why is this sentence using present perfect form?

What does "that meal" refer to here?

What does "a force to be reckoned with" mean?

Could you paraphrase "strutting about the castle"? I don't understand the meaning that well.

What does "held back" mean here?

What does "shy" mean here? Isn't it a word to express person's characteristics?

What's the difference between "homicide" and "murder"?

Why does she say "toodles"? Is it her signature sentence or something?

What's "feature films"? Does it refer to "commercial films"?

Could you give some synonyms for "all too often"?

"It wasn't until" and "when" have same meaning?

Can I replace "part of" with "one of" here? What is the difference between "one of" and "part of"?

What does "shit" mean?

What does "charts" mean here?

What does "teetering" mean?

Is it common to skip the subject in English?

What does "screw up" mean?

Can I say "possibility" instead of "likelihood"?

What is the difference between “wait” and “wait for”?

What is the difference between "silly" and "stupid"?

What is "make-believe"? Is it used often?

What's "umami"? How's it taste like?

Isn't "sour" used for describing "tastes"?

Why they put "the" before Japanese?

Is "emotional island" an idiom? What is the meaning of it?

What does "they" refer to?

What is the difference between "gonna" and "going to"?

What’s the meaning of "nonsense"?

What does "fine for" mean?

What's "XO"?

What does "overdrive" mean?

What does "It was gonna be you" mean here? Could you give me some example sentences using "was gonna be"?

Does "peak" have a different meaning than "look quickly"?

What is the meaning of "might be"?

I can't hear the "what" sound. Is it common for native speakers to skip them?

Why "is" were used for two times in here?

What is the difference between "affect" and "effect"?

What is the role of "that" here?

What does "bear in mind" mean? Is it an idiom?

Is it different to say "they are coming to visit" from just "they are coming"?

What is the meaning of "convinced"?

I'd like to know when I could use "no matter".

Why use "get hurt"? Why not use "take hurt"?

Is the speaker really saying "let's see what"? Please check the script.

How can we use the phrase of “tens of thousands of”?

What does "embrace" mean here?

In this case, could we think it means "write a letter" even though it didn't designate that it's about letter?

What does "induce" mean?

What does "AF" stand for?

What other words can I use instead of "smashed" here?

Can “with relative ease” be replaced by “relatively easy”?

Is "you know" in the middle of the sentence necessary?

It seems "their voice doesn't matter more they have to say" is right. Please check the script.

Does verbs often get omitted?

Isn’t this sentence necessary "the" before "easy way"?

What does "backed by" mean?

Could you tell me the synonyms for "be reckoned with"?

Isn't it right to say "stepmother", not "step-mum"?

Why do we put "you" next to "don't", not just "don't take the easy way out"?

What does "start" mean in this sentence?

Why is an article "a" or "the" omitted before "duty-free"?

Is "reckon" British English? Does American English also use "reckon" a lot? Please explain more about the nuance of "reckon".

Can I say “sweet” when the things are working out well as I expected?

What's the difference between "love to do" and "want to do"?

What does "throw back" mean?

I don’t know how to make a sentence to use "More to •••ing than ".

What does "brb" stand for? Do you use this word often when you're texting?

What does “tend to something” mean here? I thought “tend to” should go with a verb?

Can I just say "A hundred fifty thousand people" without "and" in the middle?

Does “come in someone size” mean “fit”? Are there other ways to say it?

What does "set out" mean?

What's the difference between "Doing" and "doing up"?

"So" is appeared twice in this sentence. Could you explain the role of the two "so"?

What's a 'million-dollar question'?

What does the phrase “happen to + V” mean?

Why there are both "on" and "to" in a row?

I don't see his front tooth, what has happened to him before? 🤔

What is the difference between "one bit" and "a bit"?

What does "rage on" mean here?

I thought "feast" means good meal but does it have other meaning in here?

What kind of seat is "Club World"?

What does "turn out" mean?

British people seem to use "lovely" a lot, is it okay to put "lovely" to other words?

What does "accountant" do?

What does "go out for" mean in this sentence?

Could you tell me some similar expressions to "carry on"?😗

What is the synonym for the “in essence”?

The word “pry” has a meaning of “inquiring too closely into a person’s private affairs” in the dictionary. Is “pry” used as this meaning in this sentence?

How different is it to add "as it was being" and to not add "as it was being"?

Would the nuance of this sentence change if I omit "the" here?

Instead of “I got no words”, can I say “I have no words”?

What does "adopt" mean here?

"loveliest" looks unfamiliar to me. Can I just use "the most lovely" instead of "loveliest"?

What does "surge over" mean?

What does “turn up” mean?

How can I convert feet into kilometer?

What is the meaning of "after all"?

Does the phrase “end up on someone” mean that I want to stay with someone till the end?

What does "fork off" mean?

What does "in the can" mean? Is it an idiom?

When can I use 'dawn on'?

What is "pops"? Is it an abbreviation?

Does "all alone" have stronger nuance than just "alone"? What's the difference between those two?

Can I use it like "take out the easy way"?

Why is an article "a" omitted before "carrot cake"? I thought "a carrot cake" is more appropriate.

It seems very rude to call someone a "muppet," but is it okay to say like that?

Is it okay to replace "picture" with "imagine"? Are those synonyms?

Why does he say "my child" even though Cinderella is not his child?

What is the meaning of "hold onto"?

Do "OK" and "Sure" have the same meaning?

What does "take-off" mean? Can you teach me the antonym as well?

Does ambition have a meaning of "love"?

How does the meaning change if I say "people dye from ~" instead of "people are dying from"?

Why is "which" being used here? Can I use "how" instead?

What is the meaning of "feature" here?

Can I replace ”stands” with the verb ”has”? Are they interchangeable in this context? And how are these different?

When is it appropriate to use ' - ' between the word?

Would the sentence mean the same if I replace "get" with "have" or "take"?

Is "that" skipped in this sentence? Is it originally "All you need to know is (that) you work for me"?

What does "wrap" mean?

"We will" sounds like "people". Please check the script.

What does "'em (them)" refer to here?

What is the difference between "cost" and "costs"?

What does "spot on" mean?

What does “put something to good use” mean?

What does "hot spot" mean?

What is "selfie"? Where does this word come from?

Does "to have a baby" mean "to be pregnant", not "deliver a child"?

1. What does "one" indicate? 2. Why is it "prettiest of views", not "prettiest view"?

Why is it "on inside" here?

Does "rearward" mean "backward"? Are those words interchangeable?

What is the role of "up" in this sentence?

What does “bust loose” mean?

What does "lol" mean?

Could you give some synonyms for "backsies"?

What does “goes with” mean here?

What does "middleman" mean? Could you introduce other synonyms as well?

Is "intrude" interchangeable with "bother" and "disturb"?

Are there any words I can use instead of "sit" here?

Do "that’s our show for this morning" and "that's all for this morning" have the same meaning?

She's kissing on her screen now, what does "mistletoe" have to do with "kiss"?

What does "every now and again" mean?

What does "went" mean in this sentence?

What is the nuance of "down" in this sentence?

What does 501s mean here?

Who are the "Good Samaritans"?

What does "spike" mean here? Is it used as a verb in this sentence?

What does "miss" mean?

Can I say "role" instead of "part" here?

What is “Castaway”?

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