• Whats Your Favorite Saying?

    113 answers · Quotations · 4 days ago
  • My Teacher Thinks I Cheated!?

    I had a Math test today, and the test was to small for me to write on, so I decided writing on another paper was better cause of my handwriting. I didn’t finish the test, so we had to turn in everything to my teacher. I don’t remember but I must have put in the other paper in my binder along with the other papers... show more
    I had a Math test today, and the test was to small for me to write on, so I decided writing on another paper was better cause of my handwriting. I didn’t finish the test, so we had to turn in everything to my teacher. I don’t remember but I must have put in the other paper in my binder along with the other papers she gave back. I had one period left, and at the end of that period, she said give me your binder and bring your stuff. I didn’t hesitate to give it to her. And when she found the paper, she said with a smile on her face, “Congratulations! You get a referral for cheating!” That can go on my permanent record now. I feel like my life is over, and I don’t know how my mom is gonna even react. Can somebody give me any advice?
    15 answers · Other - Education · 2 days ago
  • Hi, native english people can you help me with this sentences please?

    In this sentence which word is the correct one to use in place of the _____? "The lights outside grew dim, with each passing minute, his cold, ghostly breath was more visible than the _____" Options are: past, earlier, last, previously, before
    In this sentence which word is the correct one to use in place of the _____? "The lights outside grew dim, with each passing minute, his cold, ghostly breath was more visible than the _____" Options are: past, earlier, last, previously, before
    8 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 day ago
  • Could I get pregnant from fingering?

    If my bf cums on his finger then fingers me can I get pregnant? I'm 16 btw
    If my bf cums on his finger then fingers me can I get pregnant? I'm 16 btw
    21 answers · Special Education · 2 days ago
  • Can my parents stop me from going to the college I want?

    I'm currently a senior and 17, and I'll be 17 up until like mid-semester of my first semester at college. I want to go to a school in a different city, but my parents are way overprotective. I'm not even exaggerating when I say they don't even let me go to our own backyard by myself. They would... show more
    I'm currently a senior and 17, and I'll be 17 up until like mid-semester of my first semester at college. I want to go to a school in a different city, but my parents are way overprotective. I'm not even exaggerating when I say they don't even let me go to our own backyard by myself. They would never even consider letting me move out for college. I really want this though. Not only is it a great school, I know I won't be happy staying back here. I need more freedom and independence. I'm tired of never going anywhere or doing anything just because they don't feel like it. I'm not irresponsible at all. Would it be possible for me to attend even without their support? I know them paying is an issue, but I think I could be able to qualify for some scholarships as I am currently valedictorian of my class. Thanks!
    30 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 3 days ago
  • What do you call somebody who is highly valued in a community?

    The word I'm looking for isn't "Leader" as they don't have more power than anybody else in the community, but they are highly valued among people in the community and their opinion is well respected.
    The word I'm looking for isn't "Leader" as they don't have more power than anybody else in the community, but they are highly valued among people in the community and their opinion is well respected.
    11 answers · Words & Wordplay · 12 hours ago
  • Which sentence is better?

    A. The children ran noisily through the caves for half an hour. B. The children ran noisily for half an hour through the caves. Thanks!
    A. The children ran noisily through the caves for half an hour. B. The children ran noisily for half an hour through the caves. Thanks!
    10 answers · Words & Wordplay · 14 hours ago
  • What does 'winded' mean "It is a long winded & boring book."?

    Best answer: Long-winded usually means that it is long (usually implying that it is unnecessarily long). The phrase "long-winded" is usually a metaphor comparing spoken words to wind--consider the breeze that flows from your mouth as you speak. This metaphor eventually spilled over to include written text, even though... show more
    Best answer: Long-winded usually means that it is long (usually implying that it is unnecessarily long). The phrase "long-winded" is usually a metaphor comparing spoken words to wind--consider the breeze that flows from your mouth as you speak. This metaphor eventually spilled over to include written text, even though when you are writing you are not "blowing wind" like you are when you are talking. Anyway, I think that will do because this explanation is coming off as a bit "long-winded".
    10 answers · Words & Wordplay · 17 hours ago
  • What is the point of an IQ test, if they aren't even fully impartial?

    Recently I paid to take an IQ test and they slapped me with a disgusting score of 132. But it's so stupid how they tested it. As CS graduate student, I solved all of their math and logic questions in a heartbeat. But I got stumped on questions that asked me stuff from topics that I'm unfamiliar... show more
    Recently I paid to take an IQ test and they slapped me with a disgusting score of 132. But it's so stupid how they tested it. As CS graduate student, I solved all of their math and logic questions in a heartbeat. But I got stumped on questions that asked me stuff from topics that I'm unfamiliar with. That's so stupid. If they asked questions on algorithm analysis that fully tests one's reasoning skills like finding and reducing runtime, or mathematical proofing, I'm pretty sure my IQ would've hiked above 140 without breaking a sweat. Instead they've asked me a barrage of dumb questions that I couldn't answer purely from not being familiar with the subject. Intelligence quotient my ***.
    13 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 3 days ago
  • Global Warming is a fraud but only brainwashed Lefties not know it?

    Best answer: I notice one answerer claims that if you go to Florida or Venice you will see signs of climate change. What a joke these alarmists are and then he claims you need to get our of your basement. I have been to Venice a couple years ago and guess what? It is still submerged as it has been for hundreds of years. It... show more
    Best answer: I notice one answerer claims that if you go to Florida or Venice you will see signs of climate change. What a joke these alarmists are and then he claims you need to get our of your basement. I have been to Venice a couple years ago and guess what? It is still submerged as it has been for hundreds of years. It is built on a place like New Orleans, a river mouth, a delta that accumulates sediments and sinks. It has nothing to do CO2. Florida is like it was when Columbus landed. What are you supposed to see? Then he suggests Go to Maldives or the Arctic. Again, they are the same as they were 500 years ago or at least you couldn't detect any difference with the exception of modern buildings and infrastructure.
    9 answers · Preschool · 19 hours ago
  • Do Muslims have sex?

    15 answers · Preschool · 2 days ago
  • I'm French and I have a question for you, if somebody tells me Do you want this or this, if I say "twice" is that okay ?

    Best answer: Not in English.
    If somebody ASKS you (not 'tells') whether you want this, or that, you reply 'Either' if you don't mind which, or 'Both' if you want the TWO items, not just one.
    Best answer: Not in English.
    If somebody ASKS you (not 'tells') whether you want this, or that, you reply 'Either' if you don't mind which, or 'Both' if you want the TWO items, not just one.
    11 answers · Other - Education · 2 days ago