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Question List of W23

Does "take in" refer to "have fun"?

Which word is the original form of "hockey-teer"? What does "Hockey-teer" mean?

What is the nuance of "come on" in this case?

Could you tell me the difference of saying "having focus" and "getting focus"?

What does "fetch" mean in this case?

What does he mean by saying “throwing eggs at people”?

Do you often use "begin" to say 'start running a business'?

Is "now and forevermore" an idiom? What does it mean and when do you use it?

What does "care about someone" mean?

What does "in the moment" mean?

Does "shooters" mean alcohol here?

What is the difference between "don't you read" and "don't you people read"?

What does "be way out on a limb" mean? When do you use it?

Does "get" mean "draw" here?

Can I say "time-limited" instead of "limited-time"?

Which noun is the most generally used with "a dash of"?

Is there any difference between "a lot of" and "lots of"?

What does "lost" mean here? How does it become "out of someone's mind"?

What is y’all?

What does "I can't thank you enough" mean?

Does "Nuts" have 2 meanings here?

Is "got to" exactly same as "have to"?

What does "saying goes" mean?

Which noun is the most generally used with "a pinch of"?

What is the meaning of "as" here?

Can't I say "Why he is here?" instead?

Shouldn't it be "we were", not "we was"? Why was singular verb used here?

What's "fall behind"? Is it general expression?

Would it be wrong if I say "I wouldn't be stressed about it"?

Why the word "Count Rushmore" came up all of a sudden?

Is it okay to use "that" here? And what does "how" mean here? How come "how" was used here?

Is "by" necessary from the sentence "Is by using gravity?"

Is there any difference in "pass up something" and "pass up on something"? The expression used here is "pass up something", but the example in the Q&A is using "pass up on something", so I was curious.

What does "Be in charge of " mean?

In this sentence, can I say "day-to-day" without "basis"?

What does "dove in slow motion" mean?

Do you make "it" as a silent syllable when saying "here it is"? It is hard to hear "it" in the middle.

Is "going" omitted between "am" and "there"? Or is this sentence grammatically okay?

Why does it have "a" in front of "second time"? I thought "second time" is plural.

In which situation can I use "pause for effect"?

When can I use "used to + verb" expression?

What does "don't embarrass" mean? Does "don't embarrass" mean the same as "don't feel ashamed"?

What is the difference between "often" and "oftentimes"?

What is the meaning of "from now on"?

What kind of dog is Pitbull?

Is it okay to use "overworked" instead of "was overworking"? Is there any difference?

What does "in good shape" mean?

Can I say "work at" instead of "work for"? What's the difference?

How can I understand the expression "spoil the broth"?

What is "creep"?

Why does she say "when will my life begin", not "when my life will begin"?

Why did he use "you was" not "you were"?

Does "flatter" show positive emotion and does "creep out" show negative emotion? Or does "flatter" have a negative meaning that is sarcastic?

What is the meaning of "commercial" here?

What does "make of them" mean here? What is the meaning of "make"?

Can I use "bad memory" when I talk about the unpleasant memory? I'm confused the meaning of "bad memory" because "memory" seems to be used as a ability to memorize something.

Does the word "Insights" have the meaning of "report"?

What does "a lot to take" mean? When do you use this expression?

What does "eating me alive" mean?

Is "plus" used as a preposition? Could you give some other examples?

Is it okay you use "pet name" to human in general?

What does “daybreak” mean here?

What is the meaning of “that’s how I roll”?

Why does "now" put after "for a while"? Is it giving some additional meaning?

When can I use the expression "I'm screwed"?

I don't know well about how to use the expression "more of ~".

What is "fudge"?

What is "drink service"? Is it service that provides water and orange juice?

When can I use "used to + verb" expression?

How come "yourself" was used here not "him or herself", even though he's speaking about traits of successful people?

Could you tell me how to use "live up" in different sentences?

What does "sort of" mean here?

Is "around" necessary in this sentence? Can I just say "to get here" to deliver the same meaning?

What's "When it comes to"?

When can I use the expression "the heart of something"?

Is "they(your whispers)" skipped before "would"? Is this kind of skip happened often in daily conversation?

When do you use "there you go"?

What is the meaning of "all it takes"?

What does "stick up one’s ass" mean? and what are the synonyms?

What does "pop it" mean?

What does "safe and sound" mean? And what's the part of speech of "safe and sound"?

What does "windbag" mean?

What is the difference between "station" and "place"?

Are "by" and "near" both necessary in this sentence?

What is the meaning of "that" at the front of the sentence? Can we put "that" at the head of the sentence like this?

Does "real thing" mean "real love" here?

What is the full form of "RV"?

Can I say "by yourself" instead of "on your own"?

Is it same to use "try to use" instead of "try using"?

What does "do logistics" mean?

Which noun is the most generally used with "a scoop of"?

Why did she use "she will be waiting" instead of "she is waiting"? Because bear looks already waiting for the seal.

What does "package" mean here?

What does "more of something" mean?

Does "yak something down" mean "vomit something"? What does it mean exactly?

What's the difference between "nuts" and "crazy"?

What does "people skill" mean? Is it commonly used word?

Does "the hair" refer something "weird hairstyle"?

Should I answer starting with "I say," if I'm asked with a question starting "what do you say"? Can't I just say "I am there!"

Does "chemical thing" refer to "something obvious"? I don't understand what "chemical thing" means.

What does "for unto you" mean? I'm not familiar with "unto" and also, I don't quite understand the phrase "David a savior," how can I understand the structure of "David a savior"?

Is "if not for" an abbreviation of "if there were not for"? What does it mean?

What is the difference between "calm" and "quiet"?

Is there any difference between "so" and "very"?

What's the antonym for "private company"?

Does "a good shake" refer to 'an shaking action for a one time'? If so, can I say "good shakes" to represent 'shacking several times'?

How come "to make" comes after "a lot"? I thought there should be "of + noun" after "a lot"!

What does "version" mean here? Does it refer to "a role" in the movie?

When can I use the expression "I'll ever be"?

I think "forever" already means something that is continuous, but "forevermore" has stronger meaning?

Why does "about" put in the middle of the sentence? What does "just about" mean?

What does "rebound rate" mean? Can I use it in other situation?

Why does she say "instead" again after saying "instead of" at the beginning of the sentence?

Is using the word "arrest" like this general?

Is the expression "what do you say?" used for asking the other person's opinion? How do you use it in general?

Is definite article "the" used before "baby" to emphasize the baby?

¿Qué significa "hit with"?

What does "merrymaking" mean?

Does "drive around" mean to take a car and drive around? Does it have negative meaning?

What is the meaning of "go" in this sentence?

I know the word "shit" is bad one, but why is it used here? And when can I use this word in other situation?

Could you tell me how to read years? Can I read 2003 as "twenty three", like "nineteen ninety (1990)"?

Could you explain me the expression of "meant to be"?

Is the word "sleep-deprived" used commonly?

Isn't "a" or "the" necessary in front of "time"?

What's meaning "under the covers"?

Does "go, self" mean "hang in there, myself"? Is this expression used a lot?

What does "pull something off" mean?

Is "how you doin' " same as "how are you doing"?

What does 'brush with death' mean?

Can I replace "I don't want you getting lost" with "I don't want you to get lost"? (I only knew the latter one with to infinitive.) If both can work in this situation, how should I decide which one to use?

What's the meaning of "No" in this sentence? Is it conjunction?

Does "something of a lifetime" mean "the best something through out the life"?

Does "the only ladies" refer to two daughters? Can "only" give the meaning of two?

What does "bud" mean?

What does "write up the entire class" mean?

Shouldn't it be "Tell me. What did I do wrong?" with period?

Is the expression "ring a bell" used a lot?

What does "pretend" mean here?

Why are "11 hours" and "16-hour" written differently? One with a hyphen and one with plural.

Why is it "release on" here? I thought "release from" is the right expression.

Do "acquire" and "get" have the same meaning?

Why does it say "there lived a girl"? Isn't "a girl" subject"?

In the previous sentence, the present tense "run" was used, but here, the past tense "left" is used. Why is that?

What does “unwitting human” mean? Can I use it in daily conversation?

Is he speaking in sarcastic way?

When I say "It's time ~", should I use preposition "for" only after "time"? Is there any other preposition that can come after "It's time ~"?

Why did Ice bear say like this? I quite don't get even after reading the meaning of "settle out of court".

What is the difference between "It's not bad" and "It's not that bad"?

Can I think "har, har" same as "ha, ha"?

It seems that "Capital R, capital T" refers to the first letter of "real thing", but is this "Capital _" a general expression? When do you use it?

What's "aka"?

When can I say "I mean"? What does it mean?

Can I also say "get back TO the right lane" instead? If possible, what is different between using INTO and TO?

What does "stem from" mean?

What does “it” refer to? If “it” refers to creativity, focus, or memory, why he didn’t use “them” in stead of “it”?

Why did he use "fellow"? Can I use "guy" or "man" instead?

Is "that" used here to emphasize something?

What does "it" refer to here?

What does "initiation" mean? Is it common to use word for joining some group as "initiation"?

When do you use "run out"?

Can I replace "when talking about time" with "when we talk about time"?

What is the meaning of "take off"?

What does "chemistry" mean here?

Can I say "everyone here" instead"?

Can I use the expression "incarnation of jealousy" to person who is very jealous? If it sounds awkward, can you recommend other expression?

What does "take it" mean here? and what does "it" refer to? I don't understand the whole phrase starting with "as."

What does the nuance get changed if I put "a" in front of the proper noun like Sullivan?

What does "drive" mean in this case?

Regarding the part "drive the innovation", is there any other word that can replace "drive"? Do you always use "drive" for these cases?

What does "a little method" mean? Does "a little" mean "simple"?

What is the meaning of "farewell"? Is it same as saying "good-bye"?

In this sentence, “By the way" refer to “however“?

Is it okay to put "later" right behind the "40 minutes" here?

What is the meaning of "you know what" here?

Can I assume "get five balls in the basket" is skipped after "to"? Like "First person to get five balls in the basket".

What is "betcha"?

Why is it "check this out" not just "check this"?

Can I understand this sentence as "I'm ready as I'll ever be ready"? I don't quite understand this sentence!

What does “Knees apart“ mean?

What does "spiked" mean in this sentence? I thought the example of spiked shoes, but it seems different here.

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

Does "qualifying" mean "qualifying session" before the final? But I don't understand why he says qualifying "itself" here. Doesn't he mean the tire rack is there during the final and the qualifying session?

Why is "in" necessary here? Is "in existence" an expression?

What does "do something for one's life" mean?

What does "there you go" mean? When do you use this expression?

What is the meaning of "I have had it with you"?

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