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Question List of W7

Whom can I call “associate”?

What does “traction” mean here?

Is it common to use "in detail" after "about"? Can I also say "about the detail"?

I've heard a lot about "Brexit"; however, I don't understand what it really is. Could you please tell me about the concept of the term?

What is “windshield”? Is it only used to car? Is there any other word to replace this word?

What does “out of hand” mean?

What is “Academic probation”?

Does he really pronounce "if" here?

What does the word "dwindle" mean? Is it a common phrase?

Why would he say this? Is it a common expression?

What does “get punched” mean here?

What is “thunk”?

It is written as 'a billion dollars' but is it correct? Shouldn't 'a billion dollar' supposed to be 'billion dollars'?

Can I understand the meaning of "get me down" as "put me down"?

Does it mean the same if I use "pause our quest" instead of "pause in our quest"?

Can I say "left alone" instead of "isolated"?

Why is "for" being used after "us"? Is it ok to omit "for" in this sentence?

In what situation do you use the word "instantly"? What is the difference between "instantly" and "immediately"?

Unlike a name or title, is it not necessary to use capitalized letters for the name of currency? (like dollars, German mark or Japanese yen)

Can you tell me other ways to use the phrase "settle on"?

What's the difference between "despite", "although" and "even though"? Are they always interchangeable?

What does 'get to it' mean?

How come it became "that'd be great"? Is it different from "that's great"?

What does “to take a rain check” mean?

What does "has urge" mean?

Can you explain how 'as' was used in this sentence?

Can you explain more about the expression "on the house" please?

What does "slip away" mean here?

Can I use the word "discover" only when I found something for the first being?

Can I use the word "report" only on the official occasion?

Even if they're not in the office, why did they mention "office"?

What does "surprise" mean? Can I use "recommendation" instead?

How is "Conferrin'" different from "Consultin'"?

What does R.I.P stand for?

What does he mean when he says "currently" here?

Which words can I use instead of "remedy"?

Does the phrase "A whole new set of" has the same meaning as "all kinds of"?

Is “is” after “house” omitted?

Is”kiddo” a nickname used only for “kid”?

Isn't the word "next" necessary here? Like, "go next".

Does “pass on” mean “die”? What are other synonyms of “pass on”?

In what circumstances can I use the phrase "middle of nowhere"?

In what circumstances can I use the word chief?

Does " around ~ing" mean "While ~ing, keep" ? What does it mean?

What is the opposite word for “mass-produce”?

Do “Worry about sth” and “concern about sth” have the same meaning?

Can I say "cleanse you" instead of "clean you up"?

Does the phrase "major highways" refers to some famous highways? Or does it refers to the highways with large size?

"People” is a plural noun, why does she use “there’s” here?

Can you explain how to use 'imbibe'?

Is there a term that can replace "paper money"?

What does Olaf mean by saying that?

What does “door-to-door” mean?

Is it okay not to put the article "an" before "unbeatable"?

Can I say "budget" instead of "expenses"?

Does “make somebody do something” have the same meaning with “let somebody do something”?

Can I also use “a tree lover” to express that I love tree?

In what situation is 'affirmative' used?

In what situation is the word 'sir' used?

What does “get ahold of someone” mean?

What does “scared to pieces” mean?

What would be the difference between "down to 60%" and "down 60%"?

Why is the verb "hurt" being used here? Is it ok to use "pain" instead? What is the difference between "hurt" and "pain"?

Can I say "during holiday season" instead of "this holiday season"?

Does "took care" have the meaning of "something is resolved"?

What is “in-house counsel”?

How to use the expression “all about something”?

Why is the word "before" used at the end of the sentence? It seems "for millions of years" is just enough to describe the period of time.

Without omission, what will follow 'If you will'?

Is the object "me" being omitted after "for" in this sentence? What is the object of "for" here?

If there's an expression like "lose-lose", can I use "win-win" in opposite situation?

What does "in my possession" mean?

Does the word "tied" in this sentence have the same meaning as "established"?

Why does he say "Friday salaam", not just "salaam"?

What is "maiden"?

I suppose we use the word "weird" a lot in casual conversation. But what would be good alternatives to replace it?

What does ding-a-derry mean?

Is it okay to use "look up self-absorbed" instead of "look self-absorbed up"?

Is it possible to make passive voice by "get + p.p" as "be + p.p" do? Can I apply to all verbs?

What does "after all" mean?

What's the difference between "talk" and "communicate"? Does the word "communicate" indicates something non-verbal as well?

What are the differences between “do shopping”, “go shopping” and “go window-shopping”?

What does the word "imposter" mean?

Can I replace "talking" to "saying"? Do both sound natural?

In what circumstances can I use ":" and ";" in the sentence?

What does "RIP" stand for?

What's the difference between "goal" and "objective"? Are they always interchangeable?

What does he trying to say from "Like taking candy from a..."? And what does it mean?

Is common to use “miracle” like this? Like “miracle friend”, “miracle teacher”, etc.

Can I also say "turn on it"? Does it mean the same thing?

Is it okay to put "build (infinitive)" right after the verb "help"? Could you explain me the grammatical structure of this sentence?

What does "playing on discord" mean? Is it a common phrase?

What does the phrase "stay feed" mean?

What does “cat’s out of the bag” mean?

Are there any words omitted between "The sugars" and "it contains"? I don't understand the sentence structure of "The sugars it contains".

What does the name "Grizmo" mean? Is it a typical cat name?

What's the difference between "promise", "oath" and "vow"? Are they always interchangeable?

What's the difference between "pandemic" and "plague"? Are they always interchangeable?

Does the word "channel" refers to a diplomatic channel? Or a technical frequency?

Why "agreed" was used here? Shouldn't it be "agree"?

What is “Porcellian”?

Does the phrase "hitting the skies" use commonly on casual occasions?

What's the difference between "Parliaments" and "senate"?

What is 'chum'?

I've heard that several countries using the "dollar" as their currency. In this case, do they have the same value as the U.S. dollars?

What does "over the course" mean?

What does 'rah-rah' mean?

What is the difference between “come” and “come in”?

Why would the speaker use the word "abandoned" here? Is that because the developed economies discarded the old system?

Does "drumstick" mean "ice cream" other than "chicken legs"?

Can I also say “stay close from someone”?

What's the difference between "aftereffect" and "side effect"?

Is the noun “regret” countable or uncountable? Why is it "regrets" here?

Why is the verb coming after 'left to' used as present perfect tense(have studied and partied)? Can't I just use present tense like "study and party"?

What does "all of you" mean?

What does "be out on the beat" mean?

What does " 'em " mean?

Why "running" is used?

What does 'rest' mean here?

Is “select” adjective here? Is "select" used a lot like this?

Can I say "pilgrims" instead of "travelers"? Because the monologue seems quite religious.

Does the prefix "de-" refer to removing something?

What does "out of water" mean?

Why is "at" used after "loss"?

Does the word "overtook" refers to being "replaced"?

What is “spitballing”? When can I use this word?

How "merry" became a comparative while "more" came before that?

What does "tariff-free" mean?

What does "currency reserve" mean?

Do they have this kind of club for girls? If they do, what's it called?

What is the difference between “a while” and “awhile”?

Can you tell me some alternative words that can replace the word "explicitly"?

What's the difference between "stability" and "reliability"?

What does “be more into” mean?

Can I use the word "already", even though "making their way back" is the present tense?

Would the sentence mean the same if I say "It's just not" instead of "It's not just"?

What does "alt ego" mean?

What is "Tokyo drift"?

What does “lose touch” mean?

What does the "sheep" and "wolf" refer to? Is it a metaphor?

What is “rehearsal dinner” about?

What does "so years" mean?

What does “have someone’s back” mean?

Does "running down" mean "flowing down"? And please explain the other usage of "running down".

What does "be matched up" here mean? Does it mean "be compared"?

What does “trendsetter” mean?

What does "less than my best" mean here?

Does "surroundings" refer to the "people" around the characters? Or does it refer to the "circumstances" and "background"?

What does "right fit" mean here? Also is it okay use this expression to mention about relationship between human and things too?

Is "business as usual" a proverb?

What does "be busy hatchin'" mean?

What does the word "bulk" mean here? Can you tell me some alternative words to replace it?

Is it an unwritten rule for Anchors to say hello to the reporters whenever they're connected?

What does "first glance" mean? Is there a expression of "second glance"?

In what situation do I use the word "no"?

When can I say “grow up” to other person?

What does 'go home' mean here?

How come the word "hitman" stands for assassin?

How the roles of diplomat and ambassador are different?

What does the "CDC" stand for?

To describe the situation more detailed, should I say “Gas tank’s out let is broken”?

What's the difference between "developed countries" and "developed economies"? Is there a specific difference in nuance?

What is the definition of "down syndrome"?

What does “bad news” here mean?

What does 'as it were' mean?

What does "run out of room to grow" mean? Is it an idiom?

What does "leads me onto" mean in this sentence?

Does the meaning of this sentence change if I use "would want" instead of "would have wanted"?

Does the word "paperwork" refers to "documents"? Are they always interchangeable?

How does "you have faith in me" different from "trust you"?

What does “back down” mean?

How can I pronounce by connecting words "that was"? Like "tha-ross"?

Does "crave" have a stronger meaning than "want"? Is it ok to replace "crave" with "desire"?

What is a "deception game"? Is it a genre of a game?

In this case, is there any difference in nuance between saying "You try to..." and "Try to..."?

What does “churn out” mean?

Can I use the expression "what do we owe you" only in informal way?

Financial crisis words look like a big word to me, but can I use it for my personal reason?

Is the word 'way' have a meaning of 'intention'?

In what situation "supposed to" is used?

Can I use the word "divorce" even though it does not refer to humans' relationships?

What does "ain't" mean?

Can I say "quite a" or "significant" instead of "sizable"?


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