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Question List of W37

Is it wrong if I say "you got no legs"?

Is "report card" also used in university?

Could you introduce some other verbs I can use with "petition"?

Can I say "no more" instead of "no longer" here?

Can I use "here" instead of "the path"?

What does "in" refer to here? Is it necessary?

Is it common to use the word combination of "dumb old ~"?

What does "work out" here mean?

What is the meaning of "night owl"?

What does "shucks" mean?

What kind of "prison slang" are there? I haven't heard of any.

"Greetings" and "hello", what are the different ways to use that?

Could you introduce some other sentences I can use instead of "wait a minute"?

Is it common to pronounce "a" as [eɪ] not [ə] even though "a" is not used before vowel?

Can I understand "be tired of something" as "hate something"?

How is it different if I just say "the really important ones are here" without "over"?

Could you introduce any synonyms I can use instead of "release" here? 😆

Why dose she say "your girl, Jenn"? Is it a common way to introduce by YouTuber?

Why didn't the speaker say "the rarest"? Is it okay to say "the rarest"?

What is "selfie"? Where does this word come from?

Is it common to call teacher as "Miss"?

What is the difference between "extraordinary" and "special"?

When can I say "seriously"? Is it an emphasis?

Is "sedated" a medical term?

Is there any nuance difference between saying "I'm so late" and "I'm too late"?

What is "gotta"?

Can I say "meet death" instead of "face death"?

What does "so much for ~" mean? Is it an idiomatic expression?

What does "getting hitched" mean?

What does "forked up" mean?

Plz give me some synonyms of “take a break”.

Is there any other way I can use "diagnose"? Like "diagnose to something"? Or should I always use "diagnose with"?

"Do you V", "You do V" and "You V", what's different between these three? 

What is "Gimp"?

What does "bloody" mean?

Why "but" is used here?

What does "lifelike" mean?

What's the difference between "run" and "run away"?

What does "with the nerve" mean?

What does "stay tuned" mean?

What does "class" mean here? Is it commonly used?

What are "Sherbourne" and "Wellesley"? Is it a town?

What does "royally" mean here? I don't think you'd say "royally f**ked up" in the conversation!

Can I use "get up" instead of "wake up" here?

Could you give some other examples using "vary over ~"?

What's the difference between "take a look" and just "look"?

What does "snarky" and "idiosyncratic" mean? Are these words used in daily conversation?

Is "Hold the record" an idiom?

Can I say "pause him" instead of "stop him"?

My teacher used to say "pop quiz". Is "pop quiz" the same with "quick quiz"?

Does "biggest" here mean "greatest"? Because I think BTS is not the largest group with the most members.

I thought "film" is a noun. But is it used as a verb here?

What is the difference between "what about ~" and "how about ~"?

Why is carrot cake a bad idea in this situation?

"with" and "as", what's different between these two? 

Is "for one's good" a generally used expression?

What does "mate" mean? When can I use it?

Is there any synonyms I can use instead of "return"?

What is the meaning of "mischief"? Is it same as "prank"?

In which situation can I use "Man"?

What does "I bet ~" mean?

What is the difference between "realise" and "realize"?

Is it possible to say "Risk ing"? Is it correct grammar?

"the whole world" and "all the world", what's different between these two? 

Does "inhabit the role" mean "take the role"? What does it mean?

Does "for generations" mean "throughout many generations"? Is it similar with "for years"? How are these two different? Always thanks for the kind answer.

What's "shank"? Do people use this word to humiliate other person?

Does “don’t wander far” mean “don’t go away and stay here”?

How come "are" was placed in front of the sentence?

Is "yell" different from "shout"?

Should I always put "the" when I use the word "first"? Is there any other case I can use just "first" without "the"?

What does "idyllic" mean? Could you give more examples?

When could I use "stunning"? also could you give me some synonyms, please?

Isn't there "and" before "you have to"? I can't hear it clearly.

When can I use the expression "are you serious"?

In what situation could I use "tell you what"?

Is it common to use "buttoned up" like this? What is the meaning of it?

When can I use the word "notch"?

What does "be used to" mean?

Are "get [someone] living" and "get [someone] to live" different? Could you explain with an example?

What does “stand in someone’s shoes” mean?

What does "move on" mean?

What is the meaning of "white Christmas"?

What is "taken aback"?

Why "harder" is used here? What is it comparing with?

When can I use "such an honor it is"?

What is "or so"?

I heard "could" is polite version of "can". Does this sentence sound not polite because of "can"?

Why does he use "we" here?

Does "sort of" mean "like" here?

What does "I so am." mean? Is it a common expression?

Why does he say "me crew" here?

Is "of" skipped in front of "me" here?

What does "go strong" imply here?

Is it a common stereotype to think that Australian drink "Forster's"?

Can I also use "I'll get it" to phone ringing?

What does "now and again" mean?

Is it common to use verb "wear" to hair? Can't I say "do hair"?

"He is there" and "there he is", what's different between these two? 

What is the meaning of "petty"? Is it a common word?

Are "all right" and "alright" the same? Which one is more common?

One question! Is "everyone" same as "everybody"?

What does "agent" mean here? I thought the word "agent" is only used for referring to agents of the FBI, CIA and so on.

Is the expression "round and round" only used by children?

Is it grammatically right to say just "until you"? Or is anything skipped here?

Why did she use "they" here even though she's talking about her story?

How do you usually use "hold on"?

Can I replace "fair" with "equal"?

What does "do well" mean? Could you introduce some synonyms I can use instead?

Can I replace "pick" here with "choose"?

What is the difference between "safe" and "secure"?

What does "get one's affairs in order" mean?

As far as I know "prepare" is a verb. But how is it possible to use like "code for prepare to die"? Is it incorrect grammar?

How is it different between "exercise" and "practice"?

Is the word "gravitas" commonly used?

Is there any difference in nuance between "pick out" and "pick"?

Is "put together into something" a kind of an idiom? Could you explain about it?

What does "number" mean here?

What does the expression "no joke" mean?

Can I replace "build" here with "make"?

What does "moment of vision" mean?

What is the difference between "hear" and "listen"?

Is "kick to the curb" an idiom? What does it mean?

Can I say replace "what" with "where" here? Would the meaning be changed?

How come is "Glader" starting with the capital letter?

What's the word she tried to say?

What does "making" refer to here?

"Throughout the day" and "in a day", what's different between these two? ? Can I use "in a day" instead here?

Why is there "to"? Is it common to say "bluetooth to something"?

Could you explain more about "fight over something"?

What does "yes" mean here? Is it an exclamation?

What is the meaning of "I would’ve popped vein somewhere"? Why did she say that?

Can I also say "live on a city"?

What does "though" mean here? Why is it used at the end of the sentence?

What does "have been about" mean?

What's the subject of this sentence? Is it "forecast" or "we"?

Is there any difference between "What can I help you" and "How can I help you"?

Can I say "What's up here?" instead?

Can I use "solo singer" instead of "soloist"?

Is there any rule for putting "and" when listing the multiple items?

In what situation "supposed to" is used?

What does "powerhouse" mean? Is it used commonly to people?

What are different ways to introduce myself?

Does questions starting with "who" not require "do/does"?

What does "second to talk" mean? Is it common?

"Kinda" and "little", what are the different ways to use that?

Why is there "me" after "secret"? Is "secret" and adjective here?

What is the difference between "belly" and "stomach"?

Is "with" necessary here? What does "what's with ~?" mean?

What does "go out" mean?

Is "Greenie" a commonly used word?

What does "you're worth the hassle" mean?

In this case, can I replace "end" with "finish"?

What does "move away from something" mean?

Isn't "the" necessary in front of "most" here?

Is "divide and conquer" used often? Please give me some examples.

What kind of person is "record-breaker"?

What is the meaning of "long haul"?

What kind of joke is this?

Can I say "what is this" instead?

What does "I've ever encountered to" mean?

What does "present" mean when it comes to the person?

What is "skypes"? Is it a verb?

What does "curse" mean? Please introduce some examples.

Is "dainty" describing "spread out" here? What does "dainty" mean?

Could you show me some examples of "stumbled into"?

I don't well get the meaning of "day one". Does he mean the first day of his life by saying "day one"?

What does "be made out of" mean? Is it different from "be made of"?

What would be the nuance of "I'm sorry" here?

What does "raise a stake" mean here?

Is it common to use the verb "summon" for emotion?

Can I just say "They're testing if she's a bad nut" without "to see" in the middle?


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