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Question List of W32

What's "slip-ups"?

What is the difference between "sustain" and "maintain"?

What is "missing piece"?

What is the meaning of “nor”?

Is this a quote from something? I don't understand this sentence.

I don't know the grammar of "when who should we run into but Dan". How does "who should ~" come after "when"? Could you explain the grammar of this sentence?

Is "baddest" same as "worst"? Are both acceptable?

What's the difference between "blackmailed" and "threatened"?

What does "set an example" mean? and how do you use it?

What does "fill up on something" mean? Should I always use preposition "on" to use a drink with this expression?

Does "gloat" accompany "over" everytime?

How come "bit" was used after "a little" here? I think just using "a little" makes sense.

Is it okay to remove the part "that's created" from this sentence? Does the meaning stay the same?

I don't understand this sentence. It doesn't seem like to have a verb in the first phrase.

Are "toothin' " and "puncha" a short form of something? Is something skipped to these words?

What does "like" mean here?

What is "common thread"? Is it a common expression?

Does "dinner thing" have a meaning of "dinner plans" or "dinner date"?

Why progressive tense was used in here?

What does "right" mean here?

Shouldn't it be "used for" to express a purpose of using something? what's different between "used in" and "used for"?

Is saying "get tough with" different from saying "be tough with"?

What does "pile up (piling up)" mean?

What does "call it this time" mean? I don't understand how could this mean "choose / decide something" here.

Can I replace "buy" with "get"? Does the meaning get changed if I do so?

Shouldn't it be "must be presented" to say this sentence in the passive voice? Is it still correct in grammatically saying just "present"?

Should I always put -(hyphen) when I write this word (all-you-can-eat)?

Could you teach me the meaning of "sue"?

Will it be grammatically right sentence even if there is no "what's"? (This sentence is actually called a mnemonic device)

What does "butt-dial" mean?

Can I also use "shining" instead of "shiny" here?

Does "backstabbing" mean to betray?

Is it right to skip "do" at the end of this sentence? I thought "You just do what your boss tells you to do?" is right.

What does "blend in" mean? If I say "I wanna just blend in", does it make sense?

What does "ever" mean in here?

What does "you're on to me" mean?

What does "there is a bit of someone" mean? It's very hard to understand this sentence.

Can I say "except" instead of "except for" in this context? If not, what would be the difference between these two phrases?

Is "come on down" same as "calm down"?

Shouldn't it be "bay area" with lowercases? Is the "Bay Area" different from "bay area"?

Why did he suddenly talk about "boiler"?

Is it possible to use "hang on" as a meaning of catching something tightly?

Is "whatcha doin'?" a shortened form of "what are you doing"?

What kind of nuance is "towards"? I think it should be "in" or "of".

Is the word "photoshopped" used a lot to mean that image is processed?

What does "be in need of something" mean?

What does "while ~ing" mean?

What does "excuse oneself" mean? Is it commonly used expression?

What does "that up there" mean?

Why does she use "a" instead of "the" here?

There are two verbs, thought and was, but why is there no conjunction?

What does "in years" mean? And how is it different from "for years"?

Could you explain more about "-free"?

Could you suggest opposite expression of "get tougher"?

Could you tell me the nuance and usage of "I have to/must say."

Is this a natural expression? Which does sound more natural, this sentence vs "I was into my modeling career for two years."? Is there any other way I can express the same meaning as this sentence?

Why does she use "was" instead of "were" in here?

It seems to be okay without "ever", but is "never ever" have more stronger meaning than just "never"?

What's the different in the nuance of saying between "I'm" and "I come from"?

When do you use the expression "or as"? and what does it mean?

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

Is it okay to use the present form "say" and "have" in this situation?

What does "get to" mean?

Is it okay to drop "through" here? or is it better to keep it to make this sentence more natural?

Can I replace "look at" with "think" to deliver the same meaning?

I've seen so many times that native speakers using "already" at the bottom part of the sentence. What does it mean? I wish to know how to use this expression 🤓

What does "some" mean here?

Is "fair enough" a common expression?

What does "by the way" mean?

Is it okay to use a expression "with just a few trick" in formal context?

Is it different from saying "You're the music to me"?

What does "upon" mean? I thought only "I'll wish a star" already make sense.

Should not put "that" after "And"?

What does "have" mean here? and is it okay to say just "I will fire you"?

What is the full form of "UN"?

"Best bud" seems a slang, but can both gender use this word? Or is it too strong word for woman to use?

I don't know the grammar well, so I'm curious about the order of the action. Is it "broken down and then cried" or "broken down and cry at the same time"? It can be too minor question, but please teach me the order of the action.

Is it okay to use "month-old" without "a" or "one" in front of it?

What does "once upon a time" mean?

Can't I say just "packaged", not "packaged up"?

Is it possible to use "what can I say except you're welcome" in daily conversation?

Is it okay to think that "dare" is implied and dropped between "don't you" and "boys" here?

Can I say "race us" instead?

Is the expression "meet quotas" used commonly?

Is "too sweet" a negative word? How different "too sweet" and "so sweet"?

What does "margins" mean?

The dictionary says the word "lame" means "weak and not persuasive". And is "lamest" used as a same meaning? Could you give some tip about how to use "lamest"?

Is it okay to replace "have" with "offer"?

How come "has" was used here? and what happens if I replace "has" with "is"?

What is the meaning of "our" here?

What does "20-year-olds" mean? Does it refer to all 20s(20~29) or multiple number of 20 year old person? I'm so confused.

Would the meaning get different if I change into "asked me about it" without "have" here?

What does "its way" refer to?

When do you use "going back"?

Is it possible to put "a" in front of "nothing"?

What's the difference in nuance if I say "keeps" instead of "lasts" here?

What does "stood" mean here? and could you give me some examples please?

Is it okay to say "noted" in a casual conversation? Because I've seen using "noted (understood)" out of business context could be rude.

How's it different "God" from "deity"? Also, it seems like "deity" is a very rare expression, is it right?

Is this expression "funny how things worked out" used a lot as this meaning?

What does "a lot" mean here?

What does "sort of" mean here?

Can I use the word "lay" to the human baby as well?

If you call your sibling simply a brother/sister, how do you classify which the elder one is?

How come "is" was used here where "the hopes" is a plural form?

Is "go grab some lunch" used commonly in daily conversation?

Is it an emphasis to put "really" twice in a row?

Is "what's in this for someone" an idiom? What does it mean?

What's "ladyfingers"?

Is "blast from the past" an idiomatic expression?

Why is present progressive tense used here?

What does "this close" mean?

Please explain the expression "into the production".

What does "happy/happily ever after" mean?

Can I use "limited edition" to other object as well? Like, "This bag is limited edition".

Is it okay to say like this "when an inbox is twice fuller, these passes will take twice longer"?

What does "your place (one's place)" mean?

What is the meaning of "say" here?

Is “think to me” a same meaning as “think of me” or not quite the same?

What does "multiply out to" mean?

What dose "lost" mean here?

Can I use "big pressure" in here instead of "a lot of pressure"?

What does "a sense of" mean?

Could you explain more about this sentence, please.

What does "rather" do here and what does it mean?

If using "shady" toward a person sounds bit rude, what else could I use to express someone is "dark-sided"?

What does "baffled by something" mean?

Is "Usher" a name of person? Who is "Usher"?

Are there any words dropped in this sentence? I don't quite understand this sentence.

Can I replace "tardy" with "delay" here?

What kinds of word can be used to emphasize the comparative(nicer, taller, etc)?

What is the meaning of “pick up something”?

What does "fine shorty" mean?

What is the difference between "concerned about" and "concerned with"?

What does "pluck" mean here? And is there any other meaning of "pluck"?

Does "desserts" also have a meaning of punishment? What does it mean here?

What's "half a something"? How's it different from "half of something"?

What does "up to something" mean?

What is the meaning of "densely-populated"? Could you give opposite word as well?

Does the meaning stay the same even if I remove "intake" from this sentence?

Is the expression "be here long" commonly used in announcements?

Can I replace "retaliation against" with "retaliation to"?

Is there also an expression "sail down"?

I'm curious about the nuance difference of "in the summer" and "over the summer".

What does "get accustomed to something" mean?

Why does "of" come after "get out"? Is it an idiom?

How can I use the expression "by any means"?

What does "a break in the case" mean?

What are the synonyms of "early" in this context?

What does "tardy" mean? Are there any synonyms for "tardy"?

What does "have someone" mean? I don't quite understand this sentence, could someone explain please?

What does "wanting the sheep vote" mean in this context?

Is it a common used expression? "If ~, then yes"

Can I use "have good profit margins" instead of "had good profit margins"? Why did the speaker use past tense?

What does "sauteed" mean? Is it different from "fried"?

What does "the + adjective" mean? How come is that refer to the people?

Does it have to be used "in" before "agony"?

What does it mean by saying "bigger" here?

Can I use "if" instead of "whether"? Would the meaning get changed?

Can I say "use another strategy" instead of "apply another strategy"?

What does "at least" mean?

Where can I put "the heck" in the sentence? Maybe in front of the verbs?

What does "supple" mean? Can this word be used to other things, not joint?

I think just using "lot" makes sense, but why did the speaker used both "lot" and "more"?

What does "flirt" mean?

What does "He gets the other one all riled up" mean? Could you explain please.

Is "their" necessary here?

Can I replace "faith in me" with "believe in me" here?

Does he mean anything here?

Shouldn't it be "It was two years"? How come did she say "I was two years"?

What's "neener-neener"? and do you use this expression commonly?

Is "surprisingly" different from "surprise"?

Is there anything omitted in "you're ruining date night"? Could you tell me about "night".

Can I say "It smells bad, like a bathroom." Instead ?

"come on man" seems to be used between males. Then, should we use "come on girl" or "come on woman" between females?

What was he going to say after "didn't"?

Does the meaning get changed if we remove the word "along" from this sentence?

Can I use "becoming into a frittata" instead?

Is "I'd tell you" a short form of "I would tell you"? Could you give more examples using this expression? Always thanks for the answers full of kind explanation.

What does "even" mean here?

I can't hear the sound "our". How could you distinguish "our" sound here?

I think "the way" and "how" have basically the same meaning, so in this case, would the meaning be the same if I say "cautious in how he approaches"?

Why are "lettuce" and "cucumber" not in plural form here?

What does "once upon a time" mean?

Is "Google" skipped between "leave" and "after"?

It seems okay to say "profit" only, so would the meaning of this sentence be changed if I drop "margins"?

What does "what luck" mean here?

What does "like" mean?

What does it mean to "break down one's emotions"?

Does "enterprise" have also the meaning of a "plan" besides the "company"?

What does “who cares?” mean? How can I use this?

What does "happy/happily ever after" mean?

Why "that" is not skipped after "and"? Can I skip it?

What does "come close to something"?

Could you introduce some synonyms that I can use instead of "come true"?

What is the meaning of "take" here?

Is "as if" an abbreviation of something?

How can I use the expression "something it is" as it is used here?

How is "right" here used in a different sentence? Could you give some other examples?

What's "checkout"? Is it only used in grocery store?

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

What does "wind up" mean?

Please let me know the other examples of "align".

How does the meaning change if I say "will" instead of "would"?

Is there any difference between using "I was told" and using "I was heard"?

Is the "precinct" here mean this room? Why does he use this word?

What does "be taken in" mean?

What is "fad diets"? What can be the examples of this?

What's the nuance of "happens to"? How's it different from "if she touches you"?

Can I change "on Soda" to "with Soda"?

Is it possible to use the word "plaza" as a similar meaning of "street"?

I suppose that the word "harm" and "damage" has quite similar meanings. Then, can I say "damage" for humans as well?

What does "get my head back on straight" mean?

How can I use "anarcho-" in other cases? Could you introduce other examples?

What's the abbreviation for "You'd" here?

Why did the speaker use present progressive form here?

What does "then" role in here?

How come "like to tell" was used not just "told" here? Is there any difference between those two?

What does "get away with something" mean?


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