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Question List of W4

What is “cuz”?

What does “shine up” mean?

When can I say “I can’t wait to + v”?

Is there any difference between saying "back home" and "at home"?

What does "would it help" mean? Is this phrase commonly used in daily conversation?

What does "pick up on sth" mean?

Why is "would" being used here? Would the nuance of this sentence change if I replace "would" with "didn't"?

Could you give some example sentences using “crush”?

What does "at a year high" mean?

What is the meaning of “remind someone of something”?

What does “taste fine just the same” mean here? It doesn’t make sense to me.

How can I use "only"?

Why does he use the word "husking"? I thought "husk" would be just fine.

I think this sentence is used passive, so it should be "was opened" instead of "was open"? If it's not, why it will be "open"?

What is the meaning of 'quite'?

What does “take care of something” mean?

Can I say "You could work even on your bike"?

Is the word "borrowers" used in general? What does it mean?

When can I use "from ear to ear"?

What is the meaning of “usual lineup”? Is it something like “regular routine”?

Is "physical appearance of the please" a commonly used expression?

Does this "out of" mean the same as "from"?

Does "nerd" include the meaning of dark and gloomy person?

Can I use “make sure” instead of “make certain”? Any more synonyms?

Why does he describe “papaya” as stolen words? Could you explain to me?

Can't I say just "I woke" instead of "I awoke"?

When can I use word like "kind of" or "kinda"?

When can I use the expression "someone bolted"?

Is "don't you people" emphasis here?

What is the difference between “reduce by” and “reduce to”?

I don't understand why he used "than SHIELD", not "on" or "from". Could you explain why?

What are the synonyms of “carry out”?

What are the differences between “in the street” and “on the street”?

Why is the past tense "got" used here when he's asking about the present situation?

What does “ask someone out” mean?

Why is there "since" appeared between "has been"? Is this order of the words common?

Does "killing" have a literal meaning of itself? What does it mean here?

Why does she wonder when her life begins? Because her life seems already has begun.

“Help somebody to do something” or “help somebody do something? Which one is right?

What does "dime" mean?

What does "museum victory" refer to?

What does "satin" mean?

Does “seeing as” mean the same as “it seems as” here?

Should I always use verb “play” for instruments?

Who is 'they' indicating?

It seems this sentence is using “replace A with B”. Then, can I also use “replace someone with someone”?

Why does he put “a” before “Yes”? Is “yes” a countable noun?

What does "iridescent" mean?

Does the word “Sweetie” can only be used to little kids?

What does "make sure" mean here?

If I say "we would bike" instead of "we would make biking", is it wrong? How about saying "we would be able to bike"?

What does "custody" mean?

Must I put "the" in front of "Fietsersbond"? Is it different from just "at Fietsersbond"?

What is the difference of "out in the real world" and "in the real world"?

How is “stop -ing” different from “stop to [verb]”?

What is the meaning of "aid"?

Is it ok to say "stay awake in bed" instead of "stay in bed awake"?

Does “in turn” also mean “by turns”?

This one says "their pets", but in the other sentences it uses "their pet". Is it okay to use both singular and plural?

What does "pain in the ass" mean? Is "Pain in the ass" commonly used?

How can I use “in fact”?

Is there any difference between the verb “dress” and “wear”?

What does "it's" refer to here? Is it "it is" or "it was"?

Does "crush on" mean "fall in love with someone"? Could you tell me similar expressions?

Why did he used "find relaxing", not “find relaxed” here?

What does "live off" mean?

Does “excel in” mean the same thing as “good at”?

Would it sound weird if I say "having something to say and saying it to be listened to" here instead of "Having something to say... and the way to say it so people listen to it"?

What does "civilian airman" mean? What was exactly her position at the Maxwell field? Or what did she do there?

What is the original form of “gotcha”?

Can I also use “hit” like, “hit him with some scandal” or “hit me with some suggestion”?

What does "be likely to~" mean here? Is it used often in this meaning?

Is it weird if I say "Each person eats it 24 quarts per a year"?

What does 'Jockey in.' mean? Would it be commonly used in daily life in the UK?

What does "slather" mean?

Can "king" be used regardless of gender?

What does "your body" mean here?

What is the difference between “rat” and “mouse”?

"'em" is abbreviation for what?

Is there any pronunciation tips for "There you go"? 'Cause I have heard it several times, but I can't hear "There you go" well.

What does "one in a million" mean?

What does "keep it subtle" mean?

Can I change "could" to "can" here?

What does "Dwelling on" mean?

What does "block out" mean?

Can I put “cub” to any animals?

What is “Kuddle-Me-Katie”?

Why is the verb "be" used after "I" here?

What's the difference between "stare up" and just "stare"?

What is the difference between “odor” and “smell” and “scent”?

What does "that's my girl/boy" mean and when can I use it?

What does “go well with something” mean?

Why does the word “read” pronounce differently here? I thought it’s pronounced /ri:d/?

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

What's the difference between "eat," "eat up," and "eat out"?

Are “trust” and “believe” same?

What does “make a mess” mean?

On the dictionary, "swings and roundabouts" means "having pros and cons." Does that meaning have something to do with this context?

What is the "Alpha male"?

Can't this sentence be "It just turns out was rumor"?

Is there difference between “better still” and “better yet”?

What does “settle someone’s nerve” mean?

Why is "while" being used in the sentence? What does this "while" mean?

What's the difference between "can't say" and "no, I haven't"? Would the nuance be changed if I say "no, I haven't" here?

What is the meaning of "normally"? Why that word is in this sentence?

What is the difference between "signature" and "autograph"?

Can I replace "collect" with "pick up" in this context? What is the difference between those two?

What is the meaning of "my ride or die" here? And when is this expression used a lot?

What does “give it a go” mean?

Could you give me some example sentences using "since" like this usage? What does "in the years since" mean?

Is “your young man” correct here? Isn’t it mistaken for “you’re young man”?

Is “lay” the past tense of “lie”? Or “lay” is “lay” (present) here? Could you explain a bit?

Can I also say “breathe water” or “breathe gas”?

What's buffet age?

Is “much of a something” same as “too good something”?

What does "made for" mean?

Is “start to [verb]” different from “start -ing"?

Can 'thin' also be used to mean 'empty'?

What does "Collected personality" mean?

Why is he using "so" at the end of the sentence?

I think "a little bit" and "too much" have the opposite meaning. Why is those phrase used together in this sentence?

What is "gotta"?

Is there any other words I can use instead of "steer"?

How different are "and" and "and so"? Could you tell me the difference in nuance?

What does "throw in" mean? Can I use "give" instead?

Can I use the word “trick” to not just prank, but also serious fraud crime?

What does "by fire" here refer to?

What's "Corden's Wardens"?

What is the meaning of “pack” here?

If I use “It’s time we talked” (it’s time + S + past V), does it express different meaning with “it’s time to do something”?

What does "show off" mean? Could you give some synonym for "show off"?

How can I use “tend to”?

What does "in a flash" mean?

I don't really understand why "which is" being used here. Can you give me some example sentences using "which is"?

How come an article "a" was placed in front of the plural noun "199 days"?

What does "get dipped" mean?

Is "strapping guy" commonly used expression?

Is “fish snack” same as “bait”? Which word is more common?

Is the “sit on it” an idiom? What does it mean?

Is “go to bed” different from “head to bed”?

Could you give some synonyms of “in a hurry”?

What does "reform" mean here? and is that general meaning of this word?

What are the "Twerps"?

Can I say “remember asking” instead of "remember to ask" here?

What is “bandar-log”?

What does "duck to water" mean?

What is the meaning of "warren" and "corridor"?

Is it wrong to say “Pick me” instead of “Choose me”?

What is the meaning of "even" here?

Why is "nice" used here?

What is the meaning of "pepper" here?

What is "Seeonee"?

What does "quite" mean here?

When can I use the expression "on second thoughts"?

What does “have people do(carry out) something” mean?

Does "go for it anyway" mean the same as "try it anyway" or "do it anyway"?

In what context can I use the word "redirect"? and how's it different from "shift"?

Does "give it a shot" mean "try"?

Which type of person is “self-absorbed” person?

Is “stare you in the face” same with “stare your face”? Which one is more natural?

Can I use “in closing” when I end a presentation?

What does "mob" mean? Is it an abbreviation of something?

Can you tell me why "just" is used here?

When “stay + adj”, it means “remain”, right?

Please let me know how to use "since."

What does "red letter" mean?

What does "get this" mean?

Why is "to" being used there? I don't really understand that.

What does “belated” mean?

What's the difference of nuance between "I have to ask you" and "I'm going to ask you." And when can I use "I have to ask you"?


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