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  • Which of the following compounds is the most polar?

    Which of the following compounds is the most polar?

    (A)CH3CH3

    (B)CH3(CH2)5OH

    (C)HCO2H

    (D)C6H5CH3

    (E)CH3CO2H

    I think (A) is non-polar, C6H5CH3 is also low polar, but how about the others? What's the difference between them?

    1 AnswerChemistry2 years ago
  • A question about 'valence electrons'?

    Could anyone explain it to me why the answer is C? Thanks!

    How many valence electrons are there in an atom with the electron configuration [noble gas] ns^2(n - 1)d^10 np^3

    A) 2 B) 3 C) 5 D) 10 E) 15

    1 AnswerChemistry3 years ago
  • 'isoelectronic' question?

    All of the following species are isoelectronic except? A) S^2-

    B) Ar

    C) Na+

    D) Cl-

    E) K+

    Could anyone tell me what isoelectronic is and how to do it?

    1 AnswerChemistry3 years ago
  • Is this sentence correct?

    "Each time I read a good book, the more I read, the more anxious I feel, because I always wonder if I will ever come across another good one again."

    Is this sentence correct? Thanks!

    1 AnswerWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • What are the two sentences mean?

    1: "she charmed my English gold out of my British breeches' pocket."

    2. "Not valuing now the root whence it sprang; having found that it was of a sort which nothing but gold dust could manure, I have but half a liking to the blossom."

    These sentences are so difficult to comprehend. Could anyone tell me what they mean? Thanks!

    1 AnswerWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • Is this sentence correct?

    "Is Florence an artistic city as its reputation?"

    Is this sentence correct?

    1 AnswerWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • Are there other ways to express this?

    'cultivate one's moral character'

    Are there other ways to express the same or similar meaning?

    Thank you!

    3 AnswersWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • What's the difference between 'has met' and 'has been meeting'?

    Leo ___ many important historical figures during his life, and he looks forward to meeting many more.

    (A) met (B) has met (C) has been meeting (D) has been met

    Can anyone tell me why the answer is B, not C? What's the difference between B and C?

    10 AnswersWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • Is this sentence correct?

    'They would rather starve to death than being ruled by their enemies.'

    I am not sure about the structure 'would rather...than'. Is it correct?

    5 AnswersWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • Is this sentence correct?

    My tutor wants to reschedule our lesson, and here is my reply. Is it correct?

    "Is it fine for you to have the lesson two hours later than what you originally proposed'?

    Thanks!

    2 AnswersWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • Is this sentence correct?

    She suffers cultural identity because her dad is English and her mom is Chinese.

    Is this sentence correct? Thanks!

    3 AnswersWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • Are these two sentences correct?

    I am leaving for Argentina from Italy.

    I am leaving Argentina for Italy.

    Are they both correct? Thanks!

    1 AnswerWords & Wordplay3 years ago
  • Any differences between 'motive' and 'motivation'?

    I am wondering if there is any difference between motive and motivation?

    For instance, 'my motivation to learn English is...' or ' my motive to learn English'?

    When it comes to murder cases, 'motive' is being used, does it mean that motive has a negative connotation?

    10 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago
  • What are 'row escalates'?

    There are two sentences that I can't get their points.

    'German lawmakers call off Turkey visit as row escalates.'

    'Germany aims to avoid escalation of Turkey row during troop pullout.'

    What does 'row escalates' mean? Thanks!

    4 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago
  • Is it correct to use 'meddler' here?

    "My mom had an argument with my sister, and my mom hope that I can be a meddler to help settle their differences."

    Is it correct to use 'meddler' in the sentence? Thanks!

    6 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago
  • Could anyone explain it?

    I wish George and his father would settle their ________ and start talking to each other again.

    1.arguments

    2.disagreements

    3.differences

    4.problems

    Could anyone explain why it should be "differences"? Thanks!

    5 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago
  • Is this sentence correct?

    "I am wondering after we finish the short story, can we start to read a novel?"

    Is this sentence correct? Thanks!

    7 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago
  • Can I remove 'that' in this sentence?

    The earthquake (that) took place in Eastern Asia was horrible.

    I know sometimes 'that' can be omitted, how about in this sentence? I am not quite sure. Thanks!

    22 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago
  • Any difference between 'review' and 'revise'?

    Could I say 'I didn't review what I had learned' or 'I didn't revise what I had learned'?

    Also is it correct to say 'I didn't have a revision on my studies'? or 'I didn't have a review on my studies'?

    6 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago
  • What does it mean?

    'For others they sail forever on the horizon, never out of sight, never landing until the Watcher turns his eyes away in resignation, his dreams mocked to death by Time.'

    What does 'his dreams mocked to death by Time' mean?

    2 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago