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Question List of W30

How different "to be eating" and "to eat"?

Can I use "slight" instead of "mild"?

Is it okay to not put "the" in front of "game tape"?

Are "you guys" and "you" the same?

Why does he mention "pop-up book" here? Does he say this as a meaning of comforting the kid?

What does "get" mean here?

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

She seems talking about one person who is "particular person", but why does she use "them" which is plural to refer a person?

What is "couscous"? Is it common food in America?

What does "over first thing" mean?

Why "We're" is used in here. I though it should be "We will".

What's the difference between "password" and "code"?

Can I use "repeat" instead of "repeat back"? What's different between "repeat" and "repeat back"?

What does "in a row" mean?

He is saying crazy to whom?

What does "I am all about that" here mean?

What does "pleasure to witness" mean? Is "pleasure to" an idiom?

What does “be about to” mean?

What does it mean by "heart is set on the top of it"?

What does "fall away" mean? Is it something like "fade away" or "go away"?

Is "that" necessary here?

What does "what a boyfriend" mean here and how can I use this similar expression in other contexts?

Can I say "what make you think" instead of "why do you think" in this context?

How come "cries" was used here? Shouldn't it be "cry"?

What does "ankle-biter" mean here?

Is this expression "is that unheard of?" a common one?

Is something skipped in this sentence? I thought it was weird because three verbs(take, be popular, and came) are appeared. Could you make it grammatical right sentence?

How different "be forced to do something" and "leave someone no choice"?

Isn't it supposed to put "however" at the front of the sentence? Why does it come in the middle of the sentence?

What does "for" mean here?

What's "yuck"? and what are the similar expressions?

Audience is laughing when he says this line, but I don't know what's funny. Could you explain?

What does "flubbed" mean? When do you use it?

Is "with" necessary here? Because it seems fine just with "even."

Does the expression "What a shame" and "It's embarrassing" are interchangeable?

When do you use “no offense”?

Why is "there" needed here? I think this it not necessary.

Would the meaning be the same if I replace "which is good" with "that is good"? Why "which" was used here?

What does "I'll be back on track" mean?

Does the word "anthem" has the same meaning as "song?" Then can I "pop anthem" to replace the word "song"?

What does "diamonds in the sky" mean? Is it an idiom?

Is "close to" a verb here? I don't see any verb here. And what does "close to" mean?

What's the major difference between "contest" and "competition?"

What does "settle" mean here?

Is it wrong if I say "to have a baby" instead? For me, "to have a baby" sounds more natural.

How come it was "is it dead" not "was it die", or "is it die"?

What does "meh" mean?

What does "Be in charge of " mean?

I don't get the humor here "that is so not the opposite of taking somebody's underwear". Can anyone explain it?

What kind of the expression is "on the way out"? Is this a common phrase?

What is "fusion-y"?

Can you explain about the expression "as ~ as"?

What does "be likely to stick" mean?

What does "blob" mean in here?

Is "fellow" only used for men? If so, what do you say in case of referring to "women"?

Is "love machine" commonly used word?

Can I replace "roll on" with "go on"?

What does "come and go" mean?

What's "with my luck"? What does it mean?

What's "Shemp" here stand for?

What's different between "get out of there" and "get out from there"?

What's the difference between "delete" and "erase"? Can I use the word delete for non-data objects as well?

What is “made-up”? Could you give some examples?

What's the difference between "got worried" and "worried"?

What is the meaning of "take over" here?

What does "deliver grades" mean?

Can you rephrase it with easier grammar and words? Also it sounds overly dramatic to say in the court, but is it normal?

What's "homecoming"?

What does "Be in charge of " mean?

What does "it" mean here?

Could you give me some other examples of "left my head and heart"?

I'm more familiar with the phrase "be afraid of [something]", but is "be afraid to [verb] also common? Can I use "be afraid of leaving" here instead?

What does "bring a picnic" mean? How can "picnic" be brought by someone?

Can I say "risk that exposure to" instead of "risking"?

What is the difference between "cover one's eyes" and "close one's eyes"?

Is "bring in the bread" used often? What does it mean?

Does this lyrics mean something like never leave you alone?

Is it weird if I say "too way long"?

Is it okay not to put "the" before "film"?

What does the prefix "-polis" mean?

What does "I'mma" mean? And is it a general expression?

When can I use the expression "I'm telling you"?

Is it okay to say "you too" when I'm happy?

Can I use "read" instead if "recognize" in here?

What kind of words are there that are similar to "lowlife"?

Is it okay to change the order like "bring home dead bird"?

What is the meaning of "redo"?

Why does she use plural in here even though he has only one glass?

What does "a lot of feelings in one." mean? Is it a common expression?

What does "ask someone out" mean? Does "ask someone" have different nuance?

Could you give some other expressions using "juicy"?

Does "scary" work as noun here? Or something is skipped after "scary"?

Does this sentence mean "I have spent many days that I would not redo" in other words?

I'm very confused about which prepositions should be used in "in one swipe of a paintbrush." Why is "in" used here? And would it be okay using "by" or any other prepositions?

What does "dunce" mean? I'm not trying to be offensive to the character, but does it refer to a "loser"?

What does "Be in charge of " mean?

Does "even" necessary in here?

What does "sign away" mean?

Does "do I not" have different meaning or intention from "I don't"?

In the world of fairy tales, it seems that the royal families are mostly living in the castle. Then, does it mean that the word "castle" and "palace" are interchangeable?

Does house in America usually have guest room?

What does "head count" mean?

Why did she say "stay" not "live", even though she's living in condominium?

What does "above me" mean?

I've often seen people using the word "declare" when they are referring to something like "declaration of independence." But, can I use the word when I want to confess the feeling to someone else?

Does a verb after "comfortable" always take -ing form i.e. "comfortable putting" instead of "comfortable to put"?

How come the article "a" was used before "European"?

Would the meaning be different if I omit "in" in this sentence?

Why is there "up" after "freak show"? If I say just "freak show here", does it sound weird?

Can I use "completed" instead of "accomplished"?

What does “make up” mean in this sentence?

What does "exempt" mean?

I suppose there should be a space after "punctuation marks"; however, are hyphens are exceptions?

What is the difference between "come down" and "way down"?

Can I say "not to mention his arm back on as good as new" instead?

As I know, helmet is countable noun. Then, isn't it right to say "helmets" with "s"?

Could you explain me about the expression "Take a backseat from something."

What does "as" mean here?

I wonder why "to" was used here, because it seems okay for me to say without "to that." And is it okay to replace "to" with "for", "of"?

Could you explain about this sentence "got ourselves the coolest new phones", please.

What is "peacock lady"?

Why does she say "I'm not going back" with present progressive tense? Is it a right tense here?

Just like this scenario, I've often seen people scolding their pets by calling them "naughty." Can I use the word "naughty" to a person as well?

Why "attending" is used for progressive tense? Can I use "would attend" instead?

Does it sound weird if I say "my love to languages"?

What is the image of "up" in "pick you up" or "send you up"?

Can I say "your lips and your tongue" instead of "your lips and tongue on yours"?

What does "quite something" mean here?

Is it too casual if I say "She's coming" instead?

What does "look down on someone" mean?

What does "mean to" mean here?

I suppose the phrase "I don't get it" is a little casual. What would be a good alternative in a formal situation?

When can I use the expression "to wit"?

What's the difference between calling the monarch "your majesty" and "your highness"?

What is "agile board"? Is it terminology in programming world?

What difference does "even" make in this sentence? How's this sentence gonna be without "even"?

Is "hundreds of millions" different from "millions of hundreds"?

What's the difference between "commercial" and "advertisement"?

Is it okay to say "peoples" even though the word "people" already refer to the multiple numbers of person?

What does "drop by" mean?

What does "in heaven's name" mean?

Does "naked" mean without cloth? Why did he use this word here?

Could you tell me how to use "flossin' "?

I haven't seen the word "map" used as a verb, but is it used commonly in verbal situation?

Can I say "some of them are closed during hundred days" instead?

"built-in extendable" is one expression?

Can I say "receive order" or "get order" instead of "take order"?

What does "meathead" here mean?

Is "quite" different from "very"? If I say "very considerable", does the meaning get changed?

How does he pronounce "180"? Is it common to pronounce "180" like this?

Why is it "in there" instead of "in that"? I thought the object they're talking about is definite so "that" sounds natural.

What does "down" mean here?

Is it okay to say "talk to" instead of "speak to" here? What's the difference between the nuance?

Does the word "text" only refer to a text message that is written by the phone?

"Saucy" seems to have both good and bad meanings, but which is commonly used?

Is it okay to say just "off the phone" not "got off the phone"?

What does "checking" mean in here?

「plenty of time」と「enough time」はどう違いますか?

What is the difference between "I'm so sorry" and "I'm real sorry"?

Should I always use preposition "in" when using the word "hit someone"?

Is it common to say "you should be left with"? Is it same with "you'll find"?

Is "really" here same as "more"?

What does "poppin" mean here? and does it have anything to do with "deposits"?

Does "at the end of the day" have a meaning of "eventually" or "finally"?

What does "get something straight" mean? Could you give some other examples?

What does "specimen" mean?

What does "Meow-zer" mean? I think "meow" is the sound that cats make, but is it related to cats?

Does "that" from "that is incredible" refer to "action that spreads the paste on the bread" or "bread that has paste on it"?

What does "feel bad" mean?

Why is there "a" in the beginning of the sentence? I thought it is not necessary because "cheeks" is plural.

Isn't it right to say "lie down" instead of "lay down" here?

What does "make an impression on somebody" mean?

Why does he say "he is a neat guy"?

Isn't it "rumor" used negatively? But this context doesn't seem bad one.

What does "out there" mean? Can't I just say "there"?

What does "on one's own" mean?

Does the word "heavy" in this scenario refer to the mass of the food?

What's the difference between "nanny" and "babysitter"? Does nanny a British expression, while a babysitter is an American English?

Can I use plural form of A when I say "every other A"?

How is it different between "turn to" and "turn into"? Is there any reason she used "into" here?

What's different between "bullet" and "ammo"?

What is 50-50? Is it an expression used commonly?

Is it okay to use "friends" instead of "buddies" here?

What does "It’s full of oil, and high in calories" mean? Can I say "It’s full of oil, and full in calories"?

What is the meaning of "soft" here?

What other expressions do you usually use in a situation where you are asking someone to make some orders other than "what can I get you"?

What is the meaning of "make amends"?

What does "appeal" here mean?

What does "modeling book" mean here?

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

Can I replace "brilliant" to "wonderful" or "great"?

Is it okay to not put preposition in front of "the usual way"? Like "as/in/like the usual way"?

What does "have one's own life" mean?

How do you usually use "hold on"? Is it different from "wait" here?

What does "for a while now" mean?

What does "brace oneself" mean?

Is there something omitted around "Thankful"?

What is the meaning of "put hairs on your chest"?

How come "-ing" was used to here? Why this sentence is starting with "forcing"?

What does "set to" mean here? Is it same as just "to"?

What's "ticker-tape"?

Is "up" necessary to put here?

What does "make the best of it" mean?

What does "type of thing" mean here? Is it describing the previous phrase?

What does "knee jerk reaction" mean? Does "knee jerk reaction" mean "kneecap(= patella) reaction"? Is there any other word that has the same meaning?

What does "Be in charge of " mean?


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