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What does "on" mean here?

What does "something isn't your thing" mean?

What does "ourselves" mean here? I don't see what's the different between with and without "ourselves" here.

What does "crazy nasty" mean? Is "crazy" used a lot to emphasize the adjective?

What does "hook someone up" mean?

When can I say "I know what I'm doing"?

What does "made up for it" mean?

Does "rip someone's head off" mean really take the head off? Isn't it too cruel?

Can the word "landscape" be used as the meaning other than scenery?

What does "between" mean in here?

What does "clean you out" mean?

Can the position of "here" change in this sentence? "The stigma ends here tonight" or "The stigma ends tonight here"?

Is "nuclear arsenal" different from saying just "nuclear weapon"?

What does "backdrop" mean? Can I think it as a background?

What does "should have p.p" mean? and is it okay to say just "should" here?

Can I replace "churn" with "mix"?

Why did she use "one day" instead of "some day"? Is there any difference in nuance?

Where's the "City of Palms" in here?

What is the difference between "I wanna do" and "I would wanna do"?

What's the difference between "Be good at" and "Get good at"?

In this case, can I say "I got it" instead? What is the difference between "you got it" and "I got it"?

What does "little" mean in here?

Does "get" from "get started" work as an emphasis? Does "get started" sound stronger than just "started"?

What does "getting in a fight" mean? Is it different from just saying "fighting"?

What is the difference between just saying "I didn't wanna do this" and "I didn't wanna have to do this"? Is he saying it to emphasize that he really didn't want to do this? Is it common to say like this?

Could you give some synonyms for "stuff" here"?

What does "prune" mean here? Isn't it fruit?

What does "be impeached" mean?

When can I say "keep your distance"?

When do you use the expression "How could it be"?

What is the meaning of "ass-print"?

I understand that "folks" and "people" have the same meaning in this case, but how can I use these words differently in other cases? (When to use folks and when to use people)

Why did he say "can we get" instead of "can I get"? What is the difference in nuance?

Is the word "party" implied in "barbecue"? and is it general to use this word (barbecue) like this?

Could you explain more about "hot stuff"?

What is the difference between "You've got to be kidding me" and "Are you kidding me"?

How does "whole other bag" happen to mean the "completely different one"? I'm curious about the origin of this expression.

Why did he suddenly say like this?

Is it okay to use "gotcha" in daily life? Or is it only used toward boss?

What does "I meant to tell you" mean? and when do you use this expression?

Is it okay to not put preposition after "mad" in this sentence? Like "mad about" or "mad for".

Why the word "here" is used?

When do you use "bring it"?

Is "your" necessary in this sentence? What does "your character" mean here?

What is the difference between "waiting" and "awaiting"?

What is "mac and cheese"?

Is there any word omitted here? This sentence is not quite understandable refer to the translation! I don't know why "made" was placed on there all of sudden.

Does this mean "She tries to wake up the friend she buried" or "She tries to wake up"?

What is the difference between "at night" and "by night"?

Could you explain more about the expression "win at something"?

When can I use the expression "tap out"?

What does "keep your head" mean?

What does it mean to "set the tone"?

Why "few" is used instead of "little"? Because "heat wave" and "flood" are countable nouns?

I think "The plan would be that." is more natural. Which one is more natural sentence?

How often is "more or less every day"?

What does "driven teaching" mean?

What is the difference between "angry" and "mad"?

What is the difference between “flame” and “fire”?

What type of person is someone with the guts?

What does "waking up to something" mean?

Can I say "a way too big project" instead? Is it different from "way too big a project"?

What does "how fucked up my life is" mean?

Is "firm" different from "office" or "company"?

Is "cool" used as an adjective? What does "cool" mean? Which situation can I use this expression?

What does "And so" mean?

What does this phrase mean? Pollo? Loco?

What's the part of speech of "mid-stir"? And is it okay to say "mid-stirred (past participle as a adjective)" which is transformed from "mid-stir"?

What is SAT prep?

What does "I beg" mean?

Could you explain more about the expression "You got it"?

Does "You say" mean "You should say" here? Is it commanding tone?

What does "going over the top here" mean?

"worries" and "cares" seem equal, but why is it linked using "or"?

What does "realise" mean? Is it same meaning with "think"?

How can I use "just"? What does "just" mean here?

I'm curious about the pronunciation of "Elizabeth's". Do you weakly pronounce "th" and pronounce "s" right next to it, or do you skip to pronounce the back " 's"?

Does "drive a stick" mean "drive a car with manual transmission"?

What does "a whole bunch of stuff" mean? Does it mean "some gifts from stuff"?

Did he say this because he is from South? Could you explain more?

Isn't "to" necessary between "helped" and "found"?

What is the meaning of "humanity as its finest"?

What is an image of "up against"? In which situation can I use this expression?

What does "make it out" mean here?

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

What does "it" mean in this sentence? Maybe "hugging the Chewbaca doll"?

Why did he ask if someone died by looking at the fancy napkin?

How different "have on" and "have"?

Does "you leave me no choice" have same nuance with "you make me no choice"

What kind of expression is "laugh at"?

What does "to uncover" mean?

Is the word "poop" only used by children or to children?

What does "see through someone" mean?

Is "it's letting up" a general expression? And can I only use this expression when the raining stops?

What does "mysteriously vanishes" mean?

Is it common to use "is" or "be" after "and" like this sentence?

It seems there is no verb in "They healthy." Is it common to skip verb like this?

I thought "stealth" is a kind of jet plane. What does "stealth" mean? When do you use this word?

Is "for" necessary here?

When can I use "learn on"? And is it common to put preposition "on" like this?

What does "so it was that" mean here?

What does "get to" mean?

What does "a matter of something" mean? Do I have to use it with the word "time"?

What does "work" mean here? Does it mean to grab the bowl?

Shouldn't it be "a part of work" with indefinite article "a"?

What does "from" mean in "you know that girl from Greek restaurant"? Can I replace "from" with "of"?

What is LAX? Is it something like Stadium?

Why is "you" suddenly appeared in the middle of the sentence? Is "you name" some expressions?

Can I say "I guess all (of) the worst part is..." instead of "I guess the worst part of all is…"?

What does "no competition for something" mean?

What is different between "come to visit" and just "visit"?

What does ”tag” mean?

What is the meaning of "throw on"? Or is "throw on a disguise" an expression?

Is "grubby" different from "polluted"? Is "paw" different from "leg"?

Is "it's" skipped before "easy for ..."? Can I say "It's easy for you to say"?

Is "take what's coming to someone" an idiom? What does it mean here?

What’s the difference between “fate” and “destiny”?

What does "the next few decades" and "the next decades" mean? I don't know how to use "few".

If I remove "between" from this sentence, does the meaning change?

What is "plush action figure"?

What does "stand for" mean?

What does "one way" mean? What's the opposite of this?

What does "this is the pits" mean?

Why "in" is necessary when use "there"?

What does "you're killing us here" mean? Is it a general expression?

Does this mean she is thinking about something dangerous?

What is the meaning of "that was back in ~"?

Could you give synonyms for "lately"? And is it common to put "lately" at the end of the sentence?

Which one does sound natural? "think happy thoughts" vs "think happy things"?

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

Does adult also use "nope"?

Is “I don’t care for something” in this sentence same as “I don’t like something”?

What is "accouterments"? Is it a common word?

Does it give different nuance if I say contraction “didn’t” instead of “did not”?

What does "smart" mean here? Is it same with "clever"?

Why is it "skies" plural form?

What does "It was true" mean? and do you use "it was true" generally?

Why the word "notoriety" which has a negative meaning is used here instead of positive word like "popularity"?

What does it mean to "look up someone"?

I want to know the difference between "cars" and "traffic".

Why "sharpest" is used instead of "sharp" in here?

Can I say "onto" instead of "into"?

Does "men's room" generally mean toilet? Is there any other way to call toilet?

What does "I must be out of my mind" mean?

Is "is that" skipped after "what I am saying"? (Like, "What I'm saying is that we...")

Is "you think ~" idiom or something? Is it a question? Is it used often?

What is the difference between "silly" and "stupid"? Does British use "silly" more than "stupid"?

What does "granny" mean?

Can I say "while you are waiting" instead of "while you wait"? Do "while you wait" and "while you are waiting" deliver the same meaning?

In what situation can I use "You never know"?

What does "just" mean here?

What does "impression" mean here?

Why is there no "per" before "a day"? Can I say "eight glasses per day" instead?

What is the difference in nuance between "narrate", "speak", and "talk"?

Does "when" mean same as "whatever"? Is there any case that "when" and "whatever" can be used interchangeably?

I don't understand the structure of this sentence well. What does "what's that" do?

What does "In one's face" mean?

Why is there no article in front of "door"?

Why is there "no" at the back even there is "not" at the front?

What is the difference between "wait" and "wait up"?

Does "3d print" become verb in this sentence? Isn't it a noun?

What's the meaning of "up" here? as in "being awake"?

What does "your forever" mean? Can "forever" be used as a noun?

Does "Chapstick" refer to general lipstick including lip gloss and lip balm?

What does "any of your business" mean? and what are the similar expressions?

What does ”walk” mean here?

Can I use "too" also in positive meaning?

Can I say "Chick neck feather was grabbed"?

When can I use "what the"?

"A scoop of kids" means "kids scoop something to add spice"?

What does "Except" in here?

What does "trippin' " and "sippin' " mean?

Could you tell me how different "Working for", "Working at" and "Working in"?

What does "ramble on" mean?

What does "boat food" refer to? Which food do you expect when someone says "boat food"?

Why is she starting the sentence with the past progressive tense?

When can I use the expression "you're going too far"?

Is "little close there" an idiom? What does it mean?

Why did it use present perfect tense, not just past tense? I mean what is different by saying "has made history" and "made history"?

Why did he put "a" in front of "Mr"? Did he just mumble?

I don't understand the meaning of "limb" itself. (not as a meaning inside the expression "be way out on a limb")

What is "tech stooge"?

What does "be for" mean? Does it mean "receive"?

What does "submitting your material" mean? Is it a common expression?

Why does "that" appear at the end of the fragment?

Which meaning does "little" have here?

What does "Company from me" mean? How can I use this expression?

When can I use this expression? Is it commonly used?

Can I replace "drives me crazy" with "makes me crazy"? What's the difference?

Is "bit by bit" used commonly while cooking? What does it mean?

What's "Stick shift"?

When can I use "offer someone a deal"?

What does "go down" mean here? Is this expression used generally?

When can I use the expression "you see"?

Is "in your face" an idiom?

What is “So You Think You Can Dance”?

Can I say "the code of" instead of "the code to"?

Is “whilst” exactly same as “while”?

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

I don't know what are these options. What do "chain" and "grill" mean?

What does "at the seams" mean?

Why "would rank" was used not just "ranked"? When can I use this tense?

What does "the lot" mean?

What does "that" mean in here?

What does "indivisible" mean?

Is it normal to put adverb between "to" and "verb"?

What is the meaning of "and so on"?

What is "oughta"?

What is the meaning of "sesh"?

Is the word 'surrogate mother' used generally?

What is "nitty-gritty"?

What does "on earth" mean?

I'm more familiar with the expression "I studied "the major" in university", but does it mean the same when I say "I was "the major""? Could you tell me other expressions that I can use when introducing my major?

Who is "debutante"?

What is the difference between "every" and "every single"?

What is "layover"?

What does "what's the holdup" mean? When can I use this expression?

Is it common to use "trick" as a meaning of "know-how"? Could you give some examples?

What does "behave" mean? When can I use the expression “behave”?

What is R&D?

What does it mean by "you don't say" here? When do you use this expression?

If I change the order of the sentence to "there's one still left", does the nuance get changed?

What does "be better off" mean?

Could you tell me the difference between "covered by mud" and "covered in mud"?

Can I put "actually" at the head of the sentence?

What is different between "flick" and "press"?

What is "reading glass"? Can't I just say "glass"?

What does "bet" mean here?

Can I use "single" instead of "singleness"?

Could you teach me how to use the phrase "only if"?

Is it okay to say "the Raise of Dead ability"?

Can I put "an" front of employee like "I’m an employee"?

What does "dead in his tracks" mean?

What is "tush"? Is it a common word?


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    Sam Bird


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