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Question List of W13

In this situation, what does "could" mean?

What is "drift"?

Is "gear" necessary here? Is it common to say gear automatic/manual car?

What is "Ottoman"? Is it a brand name?

What does "crush on someone" mean?

What does fellas mean ?

Please tell me the meaning of “pluck up”.

Does the word "tease" and "teaser" for the movie trailer is somewhat related?

What is to ball for someone?

What does "rip on something" mean?

In what situation is “itself" used which is coming right after the subject?

What's the difference between "hare" and "rabbit"? Which do Americans use more often?

What does "break up with" mean?

What does “spot” mean here?

How come "has to say" was used here? Can I just say "has said" or "said" instead?

What does "wanna" mean?

Can you tell me briefly about the State of Missouri? Because the only thing I know about this state is a hometown of the St. Louis Cardinals.

Why does he use "dang"? Does it mean same as "heck"?

Why "the" was put before "go to"?

What does “primed for something” mean?

What does "all" mean here?

What is the meaning of “defy”? What will be the similar words?

What does "give birth" mean?

Can I say "will" instead of "can" here?

Why does "guys" be in the middle of the sentence?

Where does the cobbler originate?

What is the meaning of "atta"? What does "atta boy" mean?

What does "go wrong" mean?

When do you use "here we go again"? When you're sick of something?

What does "chump" mean here?

Do you call autumn a "fall" because leaves fall?

Is there any difference between "I've done" and "I'm done"?

“Side by side”, “day by day”... What is the meaning if I put same word linked with “by”? And is there any other phrase formed like this?

What does "As if from nowhere" mean?

What does “spitballing” mean?

Can I say "why not" instead of "sure"?

Is there any difference in nuance between "afraid you're gonna lose" and "afraid of losing"?

What's 'bout?

Is "hell" used in a good meaning here? Or is it sarcastic?

Do adults use "Pssst", too?

What does "stand-off" mean?

What is the difference between "come to someone" and "come up to someone"?

What's the difference between "play", "drama" and "theater"?

Isn’t it right to say “she’s not good”?

What is nerve?

What are the differences between "be by myself", "be on my own" and "be alone"? Are there any other expressions like these?

What does “fish out” mean?

What is “a before-and-after piece”?

Does "potentially" refer to frequency? Like "sometimes"?

How can I say "spot me some cash" in a different way?

Why is "do" used here? What does it mean? Can I skip "do"?

What does "a nail on the head" mean? And when do you use it?

What does "end of the line" mean?

What is "gonna"?

What does “lay that crap on me” mean?

What kind of day is 'emotional day'?

Is there any reason why the speaker used "with family" instead of using "with her family"?

Why is "was released" used before "of the new movie" here? Is it ok to put "was released" at the end of this sentence and say "when this cast photo of the new movie “Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle” was released"?

What is the difference between "Mummy" and "Mommy"?

How come "a" was used here?

What does it mean to "blow someone's mind"?

What does "challenge" mean here?

Why does "cake boy" mean "gay"?

What's the difference between "stature" and "height"?

Can I call someone "dear" whenever I want to express hospitality?

What's the difference of “mortifying” and “humiliated”?

What does “depot” mean here?

Can I use pronoun "it" instead?

What does "break" mean here?

Can I say "motivate" instead of "encourage"? If so, are they always interchangeable?

Since it all happens in present, wouldn't it be more appropriate to say "passing by"?

How come "a 1" was used before the plural noun "pence"?

Why does Santa say "her" for a piece of paper?

What does "dick around" mean?

Why is the word "power" used here?

Tell me the meaning of “let someone down” and “get someone high”. Can I memorize these two as an opposite expressions?

What is the meaning of "coward"?

I usually use bang! Fringe for UK? or America too?

Does "and" mean "when" here? Is "when" used more than "and" in conversation?

What does "engage" mean here?

What's so different between "down" and "feather"?

Please explain to me more about the expression “her facialist ruptured a disc”. Thanks.

Can you explain me about the expression “dignity intact”?

How come the pronunciation is "ei" instead of "a"? Even it's right before the word "day"?

What does “take care of something” mean?

What does “catch my eye” mean?

Why is "will be focused" used here? Why not just say "will focus"?

What does "fucking sick" mean? It seems very negative, but do you use it in positive way?

What does "have never not eaten off" mean? I don't understand why "not" is being used after "never".

What is the meaning of “kingly”?

What does "approaches most interactions" mean? I don't get the meaning very well.

What does "have something to do with" mean?

What does "appear" mean here?

Why is there no article?

Could you give some more examples that use “place” in the same meaning here?

what does the phrase 'you're fair game' means?

What does “come up with” mean?

Is “on the whole” a general expression?

What's the difference between "every day" and "each day"? Are they interchangeable?

How come "desperately" describes "neened"? not "said"?

What is the meaning of “contain” here?

Is "very many" a right expression in grammar?

How come the word “liquid” is in plural form?

What does "out of the blue" mean?

Do people use "But you know what" generally?

Would it sounds awkward if I say "practice" instead oof "do simulation"?

Which words can replace “heathens”?

Could you please tell me some alternative words that can replace the word "scold"?

What are the other expressions beside "for a while"?

What are the similar expression to “dishy”?

What is a more formal word for "nonsense"?

What's "butt off"?

What does “beef” mean here?

Is "capricious" used a lot? Please tell me the similar expression, too.

What does "au naturel" mean?

What does “break character” mean?

What is 'casting call'?

What is the meaning of "pair with"? Can I use "connect with" or "link with" instead?

Is it okay to not use "the"?

Why is this "did have", not "had"?

Can I say "dwell" instead of "live" here?

What does “beat your butt” mean?

What is the meaning of "wind up"?

What does "chicken is the way to go" mean ?

What does "big ones" mean?

What does "tween" mean?

What's different with "common", "usual" and "ordinary"?

What does “more than meets the eye” mean?

How come “in your face” was used as swearing?

Is “posh” a kind of British accent? What does "posh" mean here?

What does "butt-balling" mean?

Why did he use "where" here? Could you give me some more similar examples?

I thought the ants were supposed to leave the grasshopper to die.

What does "sure" mean here?

What is the meaning of "go out on" and "a bunch of"? Please teach me separately.

What is the meaning of "vaguely"?

What is the meaning of "run for office"?

Can I assume "look out" and "watch out" as a same meaning?

What is the meaning of "take advantage of something"?

What does "tease" mean? Does it refer to bullying someone?

Is "metre" an expression of British English? What are the other words which have different spelling from American English?

What's the difference of "soak" and "absorb"?

What does "take the world on" mean?

What does it mean that something is peppered around?

When can I use "dude"?

What does the suffix "-pokes" mean? Does it refers to "folks" like "slow folks like yourself"?

Why does "an" come before person's name?

What is the meaning of “playing with someone’s head”?

What does it mean to "not pull any punches"?

What's the difference between "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"? Which one is considered to be the main story arc?

What does "roll over" mean?

Why does she suddenly mention “Addison” as a great name? Is it a common great name in America?

Is “tramp“ a general expression?

Why students are calling their teacher Mr. Kim? Isn't it rude?

What's the difference between "turtle" and "tortoise"? Is the word "tortoise" a more formal and academic term?

What is “one-night stand”?

What does it mean of the sentence starting with "quite"?

What does "divide and conquer" mean?

What is the difference between "look in" and "look out"?

Is it okay to use “device” to a person?

There is "so" between "go" and "wrong". Is it possible if it is adverb?

I don't understand the sentence, "someone be someday". How could a person can be something related to date?

What's the difference of "flee" and "run away"?

What is the meaning of “drill”?

Can I just use "early" instead of "early on"?

What does "everything is way off" mean ?

What's “innit”?

What is the meaning of "dig in"? Does it have various meaning?

In what circumstances can I use the word "indeed"? Can you show me some examples?

How come "a" is used?

What does "shot of" mean here?

What else word can I use instead of "amenable"?

"'em" is abbreviation for what?

Do you normally put "you" after "don't"?

What does "it" refer to here?

The bears express money as "zero", is that general expression?


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