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Question List of W29

What does "quite as nice" mean? and how's it different from "quite nice"?

Please tell me about the expression "hard-nose"!

How is it different between "holding up the line" and "holding the line"?

Is "what can I get you" same as "what can I help you"?

What does "put somebody on" mean?

What does "entitled kids" mean?

What is "rough idea"? What is the opposite word for this?

What does "tenant" mean?

Could you explain more about the word "bug"?

What does "I have something to" mean?

What does it mean by saying "array of something"? and could you tell me what "array" means?

What is "wonder by wonder"?

Does "step" here mean "stage", or "phase"?

What does intel mean here? Also, when can I use this word?

Is "despicable" a general expression? and is it used towards children? Which expressions can be used towards adults?

Why is "an" attached to the noun "M"?

Could you explain the expression, "get something down"?

Are "parsley, avocado and cucumber" uncountable nouns?

What does "crack down" mean?

What does "river's" mean here? Is it possessive?

What does "not to mention" mean? How do you use it?

What is the nuance difference between "go on to become" and just "become"?

What does "first of all" mean?

What does "you'n" mean?

Is there any difference between "chump" and "stupid"?

I don't understand the usage of "all" here.

What this expression “I’ve seen him beat the best" mean? Does he did his best? Or was he the winner when he debated against the best student at the class?

What is the meaning of "yet" here?

Why does he suddenly say "breathe it in"? What does "it" refer here?

What is the intention of using "pick up the pace" instead of "hurry up"?

What does "would not" mean here?

If I change "on" to "in", does the meaning get changed?

Does the meaning change with "pro-" in front of "democracy? I think it's okay to just using "democracy"!

What does "or" refer to here?

What does "I wanna beat you when you can't blame it on" mean? Why she used negative sentence after "when"?

What does "set back" mean? How is it different from postpone?

Is it grammatically right to say "put your VR goggles on"?

Why does Jocelyn say "got" here? What does "got" mean?

What does "happen to" mean here? How can I use this expression?

Could you teach me the meaning of "spy on"? Is it different from "stakeout"? And do you use "spy on" commonly?

Does "which is more likely do you think" also make sense?

The expression "a thing or two" seems to have a meaning of "information" and "knowledge," but can I translate the meaning literally as "a thing or two (things)" or "one or two"?

What is the meaning of "cram your tram"? I don't quite understand this sentence.

What does "take" mean here? Could you please give me some examples too?

I'm trying to apply this expression to others, and does "in the afternoons" also make sense?

Is "to" necessary before "go home"? It seems to be okay without "to", because the clause is connected with "and."

What is Airbnb?

What does "close cases" mean?

What does "demi-god" mean? Can I use a prefix "demi-" to other words as well?

Why was "dumb" used twice? Is it for the emphasis?

Is "rub" a noun here?

What is "regular rent"? What is different from "short-term rental"?

What does ‘Honest to god’ refer to?

Does "I came across" make reference to the past?

What does "eat away" mean, and how's difference from just "eat"?

Who does "him" refer to here?

What is the meaning of "speak out"?

What does "for" mean here? Is it from "remember for"? If so, what does "remember for" mean?

What is different between "travel to" and "travel into"?

I didn’t understand “a whole lot of middle.” Is "a whole lot of something" an expression?

It seems "believe" has a meaning of "think" here. How should I decide which one to use, "believe" and "think"? Is there any difference in nuance?

What is "pet rock"? Is it a common word?

Does "management" refer to a group of a people? or just a management itself?

What does "it" refer to here?

What is the difference between "potential for" and "potential of"?

What is the difference between "squeeze onto a train" and "get on the train"?

When can I use "rollout"? and how is it different from "release"?

What is "it's on"? When can I use this expression?

What does "defend" mean in "defend your rule"? Isn't "defend" used to attacking situation?

What's the subject for "can be"? Is it "I"? Is it okay to understand this sentence has two clauses (I deal, I can be) with one subject "I"?

How can I use "except that" like this?

Can I say "we're gonna talk about" instead?

Is "ring a bell" a general expression?

Why is it "he gets lucky" instead of "he is lucky"? What is the difference?

Does "situation" mean problem?

It seems that "seriously" and "really" have the same meaning, but is it important to know when to use which one?

What does "sequence" mean? Is it a term which related to movies?

What does "way down" mean here?

I don't get the meaning of "ones up above".

Can I replace "travel into" to "commute"?

What does "bittersweet" mean? It seems that two antonyms are combined to make one word, what are the other words that have similar structure of this one?

Can I say "to touch" instead? As far as I know "touch" can be also a noun.

How come "before" was used here? It seems to be okay without "before." Is "before" necessary?

Is "canine" refer to puppy rather than just dog?

Is "as" necessary here?

Is there any words which is skipped behind "same way"?

How come "investing" comes after "considering"? Is it okay to put two "-ing" in a row? and is it okay to say "to invest" instead of "investing"?

Can I replace "being missed" part with "not found"?

What does "understood" mean here? I don't quite understand what "before the damage is understood" means.

Is there any other expression to describe enormously big number like "hundreds of millions of something"?

Does "spittin' image of someone" means "look alike someone"? and is it general expression?

What does "take your time" mean?

What does "break down" mean here?

Is it okay to replace "with" to "from"? I think "from" is more appropriate here.

Is "take any chances" have the same meaning as "take no chances"? What exactly does it mean?

What is the original form of "shadow's", "shadow has" or "shadow is"?

Is the question "What's one cause that is dear to your heart?" used commonly?

What is "open letter"? and when do you write "open letter" to someone?

Can I put "to do it" right after "moral obligation"? Like, "I have a moral obligation to do it to myself and the people around me."

What does "take on" mean here?

What is the meaning of "pass up"?

Is "well, for one" an idiom?

What is "bod"? Is it same with "body"?

Is "us" subject in this sentence?

What does "you better" mean?

Do you mean "I believe in something" by "you buying"?

What’s the meaning of this word ”then” at the end of the sentence?

How different are "make money" and "earn money"?

What does "secretary" mean here?

Does "not so fast" mean "don't go so fast"? Can I shorten the sentence like this in other situation as well?

I thought the word "distract" has a negative nuance, but in here, is it used as a positive meaning of helping other to think different things?

What's the difference between "shareholder", "stakeholder", and "stockholder"?

What does "making out" mean here?

What does "pad" mean if it's used as a verb?

How come "was" was used here, not "is"? Someone is standing and knocking door right now.

What does "I'm up" mean here?

What does "doing skulking" mean?

Is there any difference between "It is really" and "It really is"?

Can I replace "break" with "separate" here?

What does "own up to" mean?

What does "look" mean in this sentence?

Is there any expressions which can replace with "virus to be transmitted"?

Are "a thunderstorm coming" and "a coming thunderstorm" the same?

Which one is common, "we youngsters" and "us youngsters"? And if it is individual, can I say "me youngster"?

Could you tell me the difference between "gut" and "intuition"?

What does "sustain" mean here?

I understand that "you've got" here has a nuance of "there are" as teacher explained in previous answer. Then, does the sentence still mean the same even if I remove "you've got"?

Are "on-again", "off-again" used to describe the romantic relationship?

How can she know other person's intention? Is it common to say a sentence like "You don't want ~"?

What is the meaning of "the plays"?

What does “be about to” mean?

What does "stretch someone's days" mean?

How come "crashing on" means "to lay down"?

Does "by" mean "toward" here?

Is "yay" an exclamation? Should I ignore "yay" to understand this sentence?

What does "get out of hand" mean?

Is "at" necessary here because it seems to be okay by saying "eat away profits"?

What kind of room is "one-bed room"? And what other kinds of rooms are there?

What does it mean to price someone out?

What is "in a segment" here?

I don't know the nuance of "then". I think it is not necessary here.

What is different between "Is that her heart?" and "That thing's her heart?"?

What does it mean by saying "pump your guts"? Is it general expression?

Does the meaning get changed if I say "How couldn't she understand?"?

In this context, "love for" or "love to" seem more appropriate than "love of", isn't it?

Isn't it right to use "who" or "that" instead of "to" here? Like "A child who/that showers you with unconditional love".

What does "perp" mean? Can I use "suspect" instead of "perp"?

What does "can" mean?

Can I replace “in” with “to” or "for"? I don’t know how to use "in" here.

What does "Zen" mean? Is it Zen Buddism in Japan?

What does "bottom line" mean here?

It seems program will be played in the future which is "tonight", but why is he using a present progressive "are playing"?

Can you explain me about the expression "Upside down" please?

Why is "mornings" a plural, while "night" is singular?

Where does "in the door" refer to? the door opening?

Is there any rules about to abbreviate words?

Does the meaning stay the same even though I take out "if" from the first sentence?

What's the difference between "pal" and "friend"?

What does "Show up" mean? What are the similar expression of "show up"?

What does "everything practical" refer to?

Is "thing" after "pyramid" used for emphasis?

What is "negligence"? Is there any synonym for this?

What does "it" refer to here? Is it necessary to put there?

Why is the preposition "from"? I don't get the meaning quite well.

Why do you say "this guy" instead of "a guy"? How different them?

Is this a general expression? What does "have no stomach" mean?

Why was the proposition "in" used before "morning" and "at" used before "night"?

What does "MP" stand for?

I can't catch the "t" sound of "aren't we". Does she pronounce "t" sound?

Are there any words omitted like? It doesn't seem to be grammatically correct! (Maybe "The best is not to take any chances"?)

Is "chisel" used often in a spoken English?

Is "at" necessary from the phrase "chuff at her"?

What does "coast" mean here? and what kind of expression is this?

What does "as" mean here?

What does "solid" mean here? Can I use "solid" to something that's not an object?

What does "pumpkin" mean? Is it like "honey" or "baby"?

Are "villain" and "bad guy" the same?

Can I use "into" instead of "onto" here?

What does "listed" mean? and what are the other expressions that can replace "listed" here?

What does "perky" mean?

What does “down” mean here?

What does "saying that" mean here?

Should I use "they" to refer to "someone"? I thought "someone" is one person.

Why there is no "is" between "White House" and "now painted"?

What is "coddling someone"?

What's "so-called"? How do you use this expression?

What does "brought in" mean?

Why is it "mattress store"? Is it because she says "lie down"?

What does "shut the door on you" mean?

What does "you’ve got" mean here?

What does "fill one's sail" mean?

What does "your folks" mean here?

Is "were" a part of subjunctive mood?

What does "race somebody" mean?

What does ”lair” mean?

What does "face to face with something" mean?

Could you give some synonym for "disruptive"?

Isn't the word "unload" for luggage? What does it mean to unload the property?

Is it okay to understand "cost" as "loss"?

When do you use "just like"? Does the meaning stay the same if I remove "just like" from this sentence?

What does "you can say that again" mean?

Why is it "caring for", not "caring about"?

What does "there you go" mean here?

What does "ever" and "though" mean? and are these one expression?

What is "science elective"? Is it chemistry class?

What does "all about something" mean?

Does "shuffle off" mean someone's dead? and what does "mortal coil" mean?

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