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Question List of W48

Which one is more common, "mortality rate" or "death rate"?

What does "flirt" mean?

What does "oriented" here mean?

What's the difference between "pal" and "friend"?

What's the difference between "advocate" and "testify"?

Whom can I call "your majesty"?

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

What does "ever" mean here? Will the meaning change without it?

Can I use "have impact on ..." instead of "have impact for ..."?

Is "get to" a necessary part in this sentence?

If I call someone an imaginative person, does it imply negative meaning?

Does the phrase "and this" in this sentence refers to specific objects? Or just general ideas?

Could you explain the grammar here? Why the subject (=dumplings) is plural, but the complement (=a similar shape) is singular?

What does "cheat" mean?

Does the phrase "duper" is a proper word?

Can I say "check me out" instead of saying "watch me"? What's the difference between "watch" and "check out"?

Could you tell me the difference between "weird" and "awkward"?

What is 'ya' here?

What is 'ain't'?

What is "to-do list"? When do you use it?

What is "fashion week"? Is it some special week about fashion?

Why would he say "If I were you" even though the word "I" refers singular noun?

Is the word "stringy" only used to meat? When can I use "stringy"?

What's the difference from "Would you marry me?"

What does “come to papa” mean?

Is it "train of something" a common expression?

How different are "lovable" and "lovely"?

Can I say "The first team that answers the most questions" instead of "The first team to answer the most questions"? Do "that" and "to" have the same role?

What does "shift" mean here?

What does "yonder" mean? Is it used often?

What does "mess up" mean? and what else can I use instead of "mess up"?

What does "in the jeans like Billie" refer to? What does it mean?

What does "successor" mean here?

Why is he using an article "the" before a proper noun?

What is "shedding" here?

What does "stand for" mean?

Is "Pheebs" a nickname for "Phoebe"? How do you make the nickname after the name?

What does "forget it" mean here?

What does “be about to” mean?

What does "civilians" mean?

Can I say "finish this" or "end this" instead of "put an end to this"? Or do they sound different?

What's the difference between "scare someone off" and "scare someone"?

What does “in favor” mean?

What does "straight away" mean?

What is "speed chess"? Is it different from just "chess"?

Can I replace "change into" with just "change"? I don't see why the word "into" is necessary in this sentence.

Is there any reason why he's using "feel" instead of "wish" or "hope"?

Does "make a wish" have a meaning to congratulate other's birthday? If not, what does "make a wish" mean?

Does "all out" mean "run out of something"?

The expression "come on" seems to have different meanings or nuances depending on the context. Could you explain?

What does "as" mean in this sentence?

What does "give away" mean?

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

What does "play for" mean when it comes to the game or gamble?

What's "trick or treating"?

Is something skipped after "maybe that's something"? "Something" is not specified so it seems like incomplete. Or is "that's something" itself an idiom? Then, what does that mean?

What is skipped in front of this sentence?

Why does she use "spicy" here? Isn't the "spicy" used to express the taste of food?

What is "Lilliputian"?

Why does she suddenly say sorry to Scott Frank?

Why doesn't the United States use the metric system?

It may not be relevant to the sentence, but what's the difference between "school" and "academy"?

Are there any nuances that this "across" specifically implies? Does "across" here imply "one after another"? What is the difference between "across the country" and "in the whole country"?

In what situation do you use the phrase "like I was saying..."?

What is an exchange program?

What's the difference between "envy" and "jealous"? Can I interchange them?

What is difference between "until" and "'til"?

Is it okay to say "I can't handle it anymore"? What's the difference?

It is common to say "hey" in greeting situation? I thought "hey" is only used to call others and grab their attention.

Can I just say "sure" instead of "for sure" here?

What's the different between "sole" and "only"? Can I say "only purpose" here?

Does the word "Bass" refers to the musical term? Or the name of the fish?

Can I replace "memory" here with "recollection"? How are they different?

Doesn't "stink" mean to have something smell bad? What does it mean here?

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

What is "A.D."?

If I say just "where's coffee", does the meaning get changed? Please explain the difference between "where's coffee" and "where's the coffee."

What is the nuance of "There" at the beginning of this sentence?

Is "small to say the least" an idiom? I can't understand the meaning right away.

Can I say "by order" instead of "in order"?

What's the meaning of "pillars of salt and pillars of sand"? Is it a metaphor?

How different are “breeze” and “wind”?

When can I use "Whereas"?

When can I use the expression "big day"?

Can I say "I can't see anybody" instead of "I don't see anybody"?

What is "lab"? Is it abbreviation or something?

When can I use "creep out"?

What does "free" mean if it is a verb? I think I only know the adjective "free."

What does it mean to shut someone out?

Isn't it "program"?

How's "ready to party" different from "ready for party"?

What does "in" do here? Why was "in" used here?

What's the difference between "how about this" and "what about this"?

What does "be bad at ~" mean? Is "be bad at ~" an opposite of "be good at ~"?

Is it necessary to draw someone's life plan on the board like that?

What is "sprinkles"? Is it an ice cream word?

What does "like" mean here?

What does "at the same time" mean?

What's the meaning of "mega" here? Can I use it also in the other situation?

What does "poppin'" mean here?

Do "at five" and "at the age of five" have same meaning?

Is "DMX" really famous?

What's the difference between "flag" and "banner"?

What does "brim with" mean? What can be the other expressions to replace "brim with"?

It seems that some people say "kleenex" when they refer to tissue, is it okay to use both?

Is the phrase "in my face" an idiom?

Does "this" here refer to deciding something by rock scissor paper?

What's the difference between "terminology" and "term"?

What is the meaning of "as" here? Could you give me some example sentences using "I'd rather" and "as"?

Can I say "go through" to replace the word "slice" or "cut"?

What does "run a much higher risk" mean? Is it a common expression?

Isn't having a picnic outdoor usual thing? Why did he say "outdoor picnic" here?

Hi is this true that 1 degree changing can change the weather so much?

What does "make sense" mean?

Is there any difference in meaning between "with you fine people" and "with fine people like you"?

How is "thrill" different from "happy" or "glad"? How do you distinguish them to express joy?

What is the meaning of the idiom “hang in there”?

Can it be considered as rude if I call somebody "gorgeous"?

Are there any other expressions that can be used when you're agreeing with someone's idea besides "that's right"?

Can I say "my apology" instead of "I'm sorry" normally? What's the difference between "I'm sorry" and "my apology"?

Did Ross say "let go" as a contraction of "let it go"? What's the difference between "let go" and "let go"?

What kind of mood is "melancholy"? Can I replace this word with something?

What is the nuance of "here" being used at the end of this sentence?

What other expression can I use instead of "favorite part"? Are there any slangs that I could use?

Why is the past tense "was" being used here? Could you explain the meaning of this sentence?

I'm always confused with "boring" and "bored." Could you tell me the difference?

Are "for a minute" and "for a moment" always interchangeable? Are those expressions have the same meaning?

How "catch" and "grab" are different?

Is "I can't hear myself speak" a usual expression? What does it mean?

What does "kind of" mean here?

この at はどういう使われ方をされていますか。

Is this "would" being used as subjunctive mood because she's not her real mom?

Can I use it like 'over and over and over'?

Is it acceptable to call someone by their initials? Why did Evan just call them like that? Wouldn't it be too rude?

What is "do-it-yourself"? Is it considered as an one word?

Can I say "does she pierce her ears" instead of "does she have her ears pierced"?

What does mean to someone not being cut out for something?

Do Americans commonly use the phrase “floating on the air”?

Which place is called "pub"?

What are the synonyms of "sanctuary"?

What does the word "chance are" mean here?

What does "indecisive" mean? Is there other way I can express "indecisive"?

What does "on" do here? Is it common to use the expression "raise on"?

What does "party girl" mean? Can I also use it in daily conversation?

Do you just say "morning" not "good morning"? Is it acceptable?

Could you explain U.S Army rank?

Can "ahead of" be used in different word order in this sentence?

To whom can I call "Your Grace"?

What does "hands down" mean? Is it different from "hand down"?

Is it okay not to say "the third"? Why does the speaker just say "third" without "the"?

Should I use "man" to only male?

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

Is "enchantress" different from "magician" or "sorcerer"?

Why is "an" put before "almost perfect 99.1 %"? Is it necessary to put an article here?

What does "what's the matter" mean? Could you break down the words ("matter") and explain please? When do you use it?

What is the meaning of "as" in this context?

What does “pretty” mean here?

Can I just say "It's seven" instead of "It's seven o' clock" when talking about the time?

What does "capital" mean here?

What does the "fluoride-free" mean?

Which color is considered as lucky color in America or Canada?

What's the difference between "believe" from "believe in"?

How can she "inhale the book"? Is it a common expression? I thought "inhale" is only about respiration.

What is "life expectancy"?

Could you show me how can I use "flipping"? Is it young generation's term?

What is the difference between "How many" and "How much"?

What does "turn into" mean?

What does "off the hook" mean? What is the origin of this phrase, maybe from fishing?


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