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Question List of W6

What does the word "boulevard" mean?

What is the difference between “must” and “have to”?

What does 'sort of' mean?

Can I use casualty instead of loss of life?

Could you give some example for “societal convention”?

Should this sentence need to be corrected to "There're" not "There's"?

How can I use “in the first place”?

'Happy' is an adjective, but what about 'that happy'?

Does the WHO is a part of the United Nations? Or is it a separate organization?

Does the phrase "interconnected system" use often?

Does the name "Belle" is a shortened name? If so, What's the full name?

Can I say "three millennia" instead of "3000 years"?

Does "flirt" have negative meaning? If so, how can I describe someone asking for love to other in formal way?

Can I say "rewind" instead of "reset"?

Does "He can be taught" here mean "I can teach you"?

Does the word "hero" refers to both male and female? Or should I call a female hero a "heroine"?

What does "hide out" mean?

What does “do it” mean here?

Could you explain the nuance of "then" here? Also, could you give me some example sentences using "then" as this sentence?

What's the difference between "refugee" and "exodus"?

How "had" can be translated into "hold out"? Also, why don't she use "to me" instead of "on me"?

Why has it become to plural form 'skies'? Isn't the sky one and only thing?

What is the meaning of “take over”?

What does "cleansing lifestyle" mean?

Is "Classic" a slang? What does it mean?

How to use the expression “never get old”?

If I say "horses" instead of "hordes", does the meaning get changed?

Does the word "wonderful" is somewhat related to "full of wonder"?

What does "Gamer's got game" mean?

What's the difference between "catastrophe", "disaster" and "calamity"? Are they all interchangeable?

Can I say "desirable" instead of "encouraging"?

What is “skinny-dipping”?

Does “I’m in” mean “I’ll join”?

How can I use "Better still"?

What does "out of it" mean here?

Why is "at" being used at the end of the sentence?

Can I use "cut" instead of "chop"? How different them?

What does floor's ('s)mean?

What is the difference between "extraordinary" and "special"?

Does "hard to make out" mean "hard to read or see" here?

Does “scare someone but good” mean “scare someone to death”?

Why is "be" used after "You"? Is there any word omitted in this sentence?

Could you explain me the exact nuance of "getting ahead of myself" here please? Does it mean "I'm getting better" or "I was rushing"?

What does "a crick in the neck" mean? Does he saying he has neck pain?

How come it's not "there he is" even though the speaker is pointing at him? Does "it" in "there it is" refer to the smile?

What does 'even' mean here?

Do "Who you are?" and "Who are you?" sound different?

Could you give some more example using “overcast”?

What does "Hold that thought" mean?

Can I use “don’t need” instead of “no need”?

Can I use "long to" instead of "long for"?

Can I say "in my life" instead of "all in my life"?

What does "NGO" stand for?

Could you explain about "differently engaged" please.

Can I use “couples of”, not “a couple of”?

Does the phrase "fizzle out" used often on the casual occasion?

Why is it used "I live on somewhere"? How is different "I live in" and "I live on"?

Can I call new employee in our company “new recruits”?

Just like the acronym ASAP, does the phrase "as quickly as possible" has a similar abbreviation?

What is the difference between “do it” and “punch it” here?

What does “get someone down” mean?

Why is "get" used in this sentence? Is it necessary in this sentence? Can't I just say "You have to introduce again."?

Does it mean the wife looked pale because she was shocked by the news, "neither of them were picked up"?

We use the word "something" or "someone" a lot in our conversation. Are there any other alternative phrases that can replace these words?

How can I use "the art of"?

Can you explain the meaning of 'changeable'?

Does “drink” always mean “alcohol”?

What is the difference between "sick" and "sicky"?

What's the difference between "sweet-talk" and "brown-nose"?

What are the differences between “adequate”, “right” and “correct”?

Can you explain the difference between "alright" and "all right"?

Why would a singer specifically mention "south", instead of just "Detroit"?

What does “teensy” mean? Is it used a lot?

Can I say "final solution" instead of "final strategy"?

Does “throw a party” mean “hold a party”?

How can I describe fractions like 1/5, 1/143 in English?

When I want to say someone is not afraid of taking the risk and challenge something, can I just use "take chances" without "any"? If I use it just "take a chance", does the meaning become different?

What is “shoot”? When can I use it?

Shouldn't I put "the" between "play" and "guitar"? Like, "play the guitar."

What does “throw a scene” mean?

What does "beat oneself up" mean?

Does "hide out" means "hide"? How does it make a difference when "out" comes after the word? CanI just use "hide" here?

Could you teach me when can I use “no longer”?

What does "humanitarian effect" mean?

I suppose "Does it feel good!" here is an emphasis, but can I say, "It does feel good!" instead? Any difference in nuance?

What does “the butt of the joke” mean?

What's the difference between "Deceive" and "Trick"?

Why does "got" become past tense here? It seems she will get 90 seconds in near future.

What does the civil war mean?

What is the meaning of 'not like the rest'? Does it mean I'm special?

Is there a difference between 'get off' and 'run away'?

Is there an alternative expression to explain "reaching the limits"?

As for listening, how can I differentiate “befriend” from “be friend”?

What is Hun? Is it some type of hate speech?

Why "way" is used in here? I think it is okay even though if it is not in here.

Does the word "are" is omitted here?

What does "coils" mean?

Is the adjective "gooey" only used for foods? Is it ok to use "gooey" for clothes or a stuffed toy?

What does 'the coils of death' mean?

What does "in exchange for" mean?

What does "get worked up" mean?

Could you explain what "seems as though" mean here?

What's the difference between "cologne" and "perfume"? Can I say "cheap cologne" instead?

How can I use the expression “something is right up my tail”?

Just like the word "cooperation", does "Co-" refers to action of collaboration?

Can I say "firstly" instead of "but, first"?

Is "kiss my staff" a common phrase to express one's authority? Or is it a sarcastic phrase that has the same meaning as "kiss my ass"?

Can I also say “She’s not my style”?

Does the word "makeshift" refer to something temporary? Are there any other alternative words to replace?

Including the previous sentence, how come the past tense "gave" and "look" were used here, while he's talking about the hypothetical situation?

Is it grammatically correct to put "necessary" at the end of the sentence? I would understand if it was "necessary actual hard work".

Is it ok to replace "chauffeur" with "driver"?

What kind of milk do you have in America?

Is it ok to omit "a" before "meatball" and just say "a half meatball" here?

What's the difference between "physical distancing" and "social distancing"?

Is it okay to not use the '-' between 'off' and 'key'?

What does “the elephant in the room” mean?

What are the differences between 'Adore', 'like', and 'love'?

Who's "pope"?

What does “bruising someone” mean?

Can I use “What’s up?” instead of saying “Hello”? Do they express the same meaning?

What is the difference between “flat” and “apartment”?

What does "snatch A from B" mean?

I suppose the exclamations are useful tools in conversation, and can you tell me some examples that can replace "I can't believe it"?

Does the word "contain" is a synonym of "conclude" or "close"?

What does “soft serve” mean?

Why does "break down" refer to "explain specifically"?

How come 'third' is used, not 'three'?

It is written as "We've got", but if it represents a present perfect tense, shouldn't it be "We've gotten"?

Is it ok to rephrase this sentence into "it’s the same problem young guys facing in other neighboring countries" or "it’s the same problem young guys are facing in other neighboring countries"?

Does the word "crucial" is interchangeable with "valuable"?

What does “take to someone” mean?

Can I say "One is most widely considered" instead of "One is widely considered best"?

Is 'bless me' an idiom? Or is there another meaning in it?

Can I say "Smallville" instead of "small town"?

In what situation do we use "gonna"?

Does "flashier" mean faster? Is it related to "in a flash" in the previous line?

What is “virgin Cuba Libres”? Is it a drink name?

What does "Get dunked on" mean?

Should I always use the preposition "on" in front of "course"?

Why would she say "what I am not" instead of "what I am"?

What does "gratify" mean? and how's it different from "appreciate"?

When can I use the phrasal verb, “leap into”?

What does "long for" mean?

What does "kick in" mean? Is it an Idiom?

What does 'get dipped in flat' mean?

I think the word "mad" is too casual and informal. Could you please tell me some alternative words that can replace it?

What's the difference between "reporter" and journalist?

What does “be reasoned with” mean?

Does the midnight train refer to the train that operates after midnight? Or simply a night train?

Are "How come" and "why" different?

Can "all" in this sentence be omitted?

Can you tell me how to use the word "gotta"?

Does 's in "he's" stands for has?

What does “cookie-cutter” mean?

What's the difference between "drop significantly" and "drop drastically"?

Is it common to use "me" as this sentence in daily conversation?

Does the term "giving up" refers to words like "despair" or "frustration"?

What does "figure" mean? I'd like to know other examples of using "figure."

What the difference in nuance between "would not be satisfied" and "will not be satisfied"?

Can I say "what are you up to" instead of "what are you doing"?

Is it ok to use "to" instead of "by" here? Would it change any nuances of this sentence?

Why is the past tense "it was returned" used here?

I thought “dry” is an adj, but it doesn’t seem to be an adj here?

What does "adore" mean?

What's the difference between "boundary" and "border"? Are they always interchangeable?

I suppose that people use the word "surprise" for a good intention, is there any other word that can replace it?

What does the "scope" mean in this circumstance?

Why does 'maybe' mean in this sentence?

Can I say "reveal" instead of "uncover" here?

When do you use the phrase "gonna be"?

Why are 'on' and 'in' positioned next to each other? Is it because it comes before 'course'?

Is "at 25" can be replaced with "in 25"? I don't know how to use preposition. Should I just memorize it?

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