Question List of W22
What does "action" refer to here?
What is the difference between “a while” and “awhile”?
Shouldn't it need "the" in front of "funniest" because it is the superlative form of "funny"? Or is it okay to skip "the" in verbal form?
When can I use the word "undergo"?
What does "descriptive" mean here?
Why does he use "anything", not "something"?
Is it okay to put nothing after "finish"? Is the meaning like "talking" implied in this sentence?
Shouldn't it be "a prank"? Or in this case, can "a" be skipped?
What is the meaning of "the lamest"?
Why is the word "alive" used here? What does it mean?
What is different between "very good" and "pretty good"?
Why "I have absolutely no idea", but not "I absolutely have no idea"?
Could you tell me the difference in nuance between "something" and "something like that"?
What does "stand out" mean?
What does "all-you-can-something" mean?
I don't understand how to use "where" or "that" when explaining more about the places. - any places where we can walk to - any places that Pudding can run around Does the meaning change if I use it differently? Like "any places that we can walk to" or "any places where Pudding can run around"? Does the speaker just use it by their preference?
Does "Gentleman that I am" mean "I'm a gentleman"? I'm not familiar with the structure of the sentence.
What does "hang out" mean? In which situation can I use this expression?
I wonder what is the connection between spa music and head exploding.
What does "like" mean here?
Isn't "sweet and sour" a name of dish? Does "sweet and sour" have two meanings in this song?
What does "under me" mean here?
Is it "so ... that" expression? Should I understand it like "they're SO simple (THAT) a child could make them"?
When can I use the word "initially"?
How come "informed (past tense)" was used after "keep"? Shouldn't it be "inform"? or is there any word omitted?
What does "skybird" mean? Is it a bird in general?
What is different between using "I have expected" or "I expected" instead of "I would've expected"? It seems all same to me.
What does "might as well" mean?
Is "on schedule" an idiom? And why does "right" put in front of this idiom?
What is "hours and hours"?
What is the meaning of "out of ~"?
What is party animal? Can I use "animal" in other cases as well?
Is "plan out" different from just "plan"?
How different are "all across the world" and "all of the world"?
What does "cleanse" mean here? Does it refer to going on a diet?
What does "gotta" mean?
What does "long for" mean?
What does "get dunked on" mean? and is it general expression?
What does “get lost” mean here?
Sort of like, kind of, type of thing, these words often comes out in the conversation. What is the difference among these words ?
Is the expression "the sequel to something" used often?
Is "once" necessary here?
I thought "enter" is more appropriate regarding the smartphone, but is it better to use "punch" than "enter" here?
Why does he use past tense for "got" here?
Is it okay to put the phrase "in that box" after "the world"?
Can I use the word "cultivate" to non-farm things?
What does "drop down" mean?
Does "start off" give different impression from just "start"?
Can "till" imply assumption? In here, it looks like assumption or condition.
What does "savings" mean here? Does it mean cost-effective?
Should I use "Let's" not "Let me" in this situation? I thought "let me" sounds more natural.
What does "spend a year on something"? Can I replace "on" to "to"? Like "spend a year to something".
Can I use "of" instead of "from" here?
When can I use "thanks, man"?
Could you give some other examples to know how to use "down the road"?
Why does she put "that" in "for a lot of time"?
When can I use the word "abrogate"?
What does meaning of "through" here? Does it give additional nuance to "rip"?
What does it mean to write a paper?
What does "freak out" mean? How do you use it?
Why does the "Vice" spelled with a capital letter?
Why does he use past tense when he say "bought"? Even though he didn't buy the couch yet?
What does "all" mean here?
What is "damn"? Is it common to use as a noun?
What does "show your belly" mean here? Is it an English metaphor or proverb?
What does "neatly away" mean?
When can I use "Here's the fun part"?
What does " 'cause" mean in this sentence? Could you paraphrase this sentence easier to understand better?
I don't understand "you're over me". What does "over someone" mean?
What does "do" refer to here? And what's "may as well"? How do you use it?
Isn't it necessary to put "are" in "where you at"?
If I change this sentence to "I am working for Emirates as a first class crew.", is "a first class crew" less emphasized?
What does “on tiptoe” mean in this sentence? Does it mean “to reach overhead bins by stretching up on tiptoe”?
What does "wind up" mean here?
What does "deem" mean? What are the synonyms for "deem"?
Is there also expression like "be off one's feet"?
What does "as" mean here?
Can I replace "entirely" with "all"?
What does "like them" mean here? Could you explain why did he say it twice?
The lyrics says "a wind", but is wind countable? I thought it should be "the wind", like the water, the air etc.
What does "be onto that" mean?
Should I always put "a" or "an" between "such" and "adjective"?
What does it mean to "shoot the person's name"?
What does "take a dive" mean? Does it have a meaning of losing?
Why does he say "baby" here?
What's "Parc Fermé"?
Why does he use “so” in this sentence?
What does "not a care in the world" mean?
I saw the example like "It may well be". Is there any rule for the position of "well"?
I wonder whether "staircase" and "stair" have different meaning. It feels like the same to me.
What's the difference between "accountability" and "responsibility"?
What is the subject for the verb "take"?
Could you explain me about the expression "make it this far"?
The lyric is "like" but why is the script written as "by"?
What does "pit" mean from the "Pit crew" or "pit stop"? Also I'd be happy if you could give me simple description of what "pit crew" and "pit stop" is :D
Is "raise my arms" a synonym of "wind up"?
What is the meaning of "cover star"?
What's the difference between "tire" and "tyre"?
Can you explain me about the expression "Upside down" please?😙
Can I use "serve" instead of "help"? Or does the meaning get changed if I do so?
What does "pulling all-nighters" mean?
Why does he used "have got" not "have"?
Is "you know" in the middle of the sentence necessary?
What's "special operator"?
What is different between "my strategy" and "a strategy of mine"?
Is there any difference between "come in" and "come on in"?
What does "pop" mean? Does it have same meaning with "put"?
Does it mean same if I say "I'm gonna be gone about a week" instead of "I'm gonna be gone for a week"?
What does "that" refer to here?
Does Pikachu mean "black coffee" by saying "Black as night"?
What does "anywhere" mean here? Is it referring to some place?
What is different between saying "try to be more descriptive" and "try being more descriptive"?
After the word "told", it has same tense but sometimes it has different tense. Does meaning get changed? - Same tense: A lil' birdie told me you made it official with Tina. - Different tense: A lil' birdie told me you were making it official with Tina.
Isn't it present continuous tense? Is "are" skipped after the subject?
What does "your kind" mean here?
What does "Words to live by" mean?
Can I use "at least" at the end of the sentence? Is there any position rule for locating "at least" in the sentence?
What is the meaning of "ditch this jazz"?
Why does he say "and everything" here? Does it mean something?
Doesn't "stink" mean "bad smell"? Why did he say that Flynn's dream is stink?
Can I use "go along with" instead of "go with" here? What's the difference of these two?
Is "if" skipped in this sentence?
What does "march on" mean?
Is "in" necessary after "stay"? Can't I just say "stay there"?
Doesn't he need to use "fingers" instead of "hands" here? I want to know if the expression "five hands" is right.
What does "get in" mean here?
What does "Talk of the town" mean?
What does "prey upon" mean?
Is it possible to deliver the meaning of "new record" without putting "new" here?
What does "any" mean here? and I wonder if it's kind of a British expression!
Can you explain the expression "make the most of it"? Also, what does "it" refer to in this sentence?
What does "blonk out" mean?
When do you use "by God"? What does it mean?
What is the meaning of "marked-up"?
Does "shape" here refer to both appearance and inside of her?
Why did he say "resident" here? What does it mean?
I hear it like "operated" not "operate". Isn't the original form of this sentence is 'how would a hospital like this (be) operated' with be verb skipped in the middle?
What does "lost" mean here? How does it become "out of someone's mind"?
What does “be about to” mean?
What does "my giving you the umbrella" mean? Is it common to put "my" in front of a gerund?
What is the meaning of "fortune" here?
What does "for fun" mean?
What does "see" mean here?
Could you tell me how to use "dare"?
What is the meaning of "after all"?
Why does he use "she" for the bone thing?
Does "off day" here refer to "holiday, day off"? Or is that kind of an idiom?
What is "sec"?
What does "bump it up" mean?
Can I say "night date" instead of "date night"?
What does "docket" mean? Could you give some situation that is appropriate to use "docket"?
Why he says "there's 'this' trick" instead of "there's the trick"? Is that an emphasis?
What is "major faux pas"?
What does “be filled with something” mean?
"Useless" gives me something that is not able to use. Wouldn't you feel bad if you use the word "useless" like this?
What does "bouncing" mean here?
Is there any other way to call "Princess Diana" other than "Di"?
When can I use the expression "seek healthcare"?
What does it mean that "something is not an option"? Is it common expression?
When do you use "Boom"? Do you use when you bump the fist together?
Does "got off" mean "hang up"? Which do you use more between two?
Isn't it right to say "But then my 90-page senior thesis came"? Please tell me how this sentence structure possible.
Why does it say "to not get caught" rather than "not to get caught"? Is it same?
Is "blow out" an existing expression?
Does "I'm afraid ~" expression is used as a polite expression? Could you give some more examples?
What is the meaning of "come in handy"?
What does "smolder" mean in this sentence? Why does he say that?
Are "just so" and "so that" same? Any difference between two?
Could you give some other examples using "elicit"?
What does "stop by" mean?
Can I replace "remain" to "keep"?
What is the difference between "building of trust" and "building trust"?
Why did he use Carol’s, not Carol?
Is "like" implied in this sentence as well as the previous sentence?
Could you tell me the meaning and usage of "be supposed to ~"?
Isn't it right to say "people said those 8 things helped them MORE than anything else" rather than "MORE people said those 8 things helped them than anything else"?
What is the meaning of "push" here? Does it mean "let's go"?
Could you tell me the usage of "get" here? (Similar example sentences?)
Is something skipped in "when in uniform"? I thought always sentence should come after "when".
What does "stay civil" mean here?
What does "wind OFF the sea" mean? Does it mean the wind FROM the sea?
What is the meaning of "fine" here? Why does he use this word when he is saying "mess up" which is negative word?
Can I use "guys" to both male and female?
Please tell me the meaning of "horse around".
Should I use "man" to only male?
What does it mean by "I hardly think so"? Does it include negative meaning?
How does the meaning get changed by adding the word "more" in this sentence "It's like a jungle"?
I don't understand the meaning of "at scale" well enough.
Can I use the expression "the pleasure's all mine" in general conversation?
Is it okay to use the expression "your finest table please" at the restaurant?
What does "mean" mean?
What is the meaning and nuance of "ship"? Does it have same meaning with "send"?
Could you tell me how can I use "probably" and "maybe" differently?
Could you give some examples that use the word "manner" with the same usage here? And what does it mean?
He listed two foods here, so I thought "my favorite meals are" is right. But why did he say "meal is"?
Is the phrase "remember the names" skipped after "not to"? Why did the speaker skip it?
What does "all" mean here? Is it different between just "alone" and "all alone"?
What is "truth or dare"? Is it something like game?
What is "rock-a-bye"?
What is "Gyrosphere"?
Is "Garcon" an English? and I wonder if it's a general expression!
What does "hit it off" mean?
Is the expression "hoity-toity" commonly used?
Is this word "process" related to the computer science term?
How come "caring" comes right after "start"?
What is the difference between "have got" and "have"?
What does "itself" mean? and how can I use this?
Shouldn't it be "what you can do for me"? Why did he say grammatically wrongly?
How can I use the expression "all that jazz"?
How two verbs "go" and "meet" come in a row?
Is there any position rule for locating "at least" in the sentence?
What does "over" mean in this case?
Could you teach me some examples that use "carry" similarly?
Don't you need a preposition in front of "their entire life"? Like "for their entire life" or "during their entire life".
Why is it "gives" not "give"?
I haven't heard of this major before. What is government major? Is it same as politics?
Could you tell me the meaning of "bring something to one's attention"? And I want to know how to use this expression.
What does "blend in to disappear" mean?
What is "church roof campaign"?
Can I use "I come here" instead of "here I come"?
What is the meaning of "be on the receiving end of something"?
Can I use "without" instead of "not" here?
It says "be viewed" here, and does it mean other people view Bill Gates as a conservative person? Could you give more examples of using "view" like this?
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