• 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 · 1 day 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 · 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 · 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 · 17 hours ago
  • What has 10 letters and starts with gas?

    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Who invented the phrase "Oopsie Poopsie!" and what does it mean?

    Best answer: oopsie poopsieunknown. the act of being hung over in the shower and farting only to realize that you actually had to **** but it is too late and your bath tub is now covered in **** and you are pissed because you are hung over and now have to clean up sloppy wet poop. dude i was so hung over this morning .
    Best answer: oopsie poopsieunknown. the act of being hung over in the shower and farting only to realize that you actually had to **** but it is too late and your bath tub is now covered in **** and you are pissed because you are hung over and now have to clean up sloppy wet poop. dude i was so hung over this morning .
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • URGENT: Is this write grammar?

    In the following quote, did the writer make a grammar mistake when she wrote "grassroots organizing by Indigenous women, and then . . ." ?? I feel like it should be "grassroots organized by . . ." Here is the whole sentence: "The actions made by V-Day on February 14, 2013 bulldozed and... show more
    In the following quote, did the writer make a grammar mistake when she wrote "grassroots organizing by Indigenous women, and then . . ." ?? I feel like it should be "grassroots organized by . . ." Here is the whole sentence: "The actions made by V-Day on February 14, 2013 bulldozed and railroaded existing grassroots organizing by Indigenous women, and then attempted to silence Indigenous women for dissenting."
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you explain to me the difference between affect and effect?

    Best answer: Affect is a verb, effect is a noun.

    Examples:

    Not saving your money will affect [change for the worse] your retirement.

    Pimples are the effect [result] of eating too much sugar.
    Or written in another way: The effect of eating too much sugar is getting pimples.
    Best answer: Affect is a verb, effect is a noun.

    Examples:

    Not saving your money will affect [change for the worse] your retirement.

    Pimples are the effect [result] of eating too much sugar.
    Or written in another way: The effect of eating too much sugar is getting pimples.
    8 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Do you feel "Five apples" are personified in the sentence below?

    Best answer: No. I feel like there are five apples sitting on a table doing nothing. Just five apples, being apples and nothing else.
    Best answer: No. I feel like there are five apples sitting on a table doing nothing. Just five apples, being apples and nothing else.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does nostalgia have to be about a long time ago period?

    Does it have to do about something that happened a long long time ago like 10 years or so or does nostalgia not have a time period but as long as its something from the past?
    Does it have to do about something that happened a long long time ago like 10 years or so or does nostalgia not have a time period but as long as its something from the past?
    7 answers · 11 hours ago
  • What’s the meaning of face value?

    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is another word for 'home'?

    I don't mean home as in household or residence, but in the 'family,' 'home is where the heart is' kind of home. I'm writing an essay and it's beginning to sound repetitive :/ Thanks!
    I don't mean home as in household or residence, but in the 'family,' 'home is where the heart is' kind of home. I'm writing an essay and it's beginning to sound repetitive :/ Thanks!
    7 answers · 17 hours ago
  • How do you spell Grandma?

    19 answers · 4 days ago
  • What does "oh well" mean?

    Best answer: It's an expression used to express a feeling of helplessness, similar to the idea of "I can't do anything about it so I better just live with it". Like a lot of expressions like that it has slightly different meanings in different contexts but that's the gist of it.
    Best answer: It's an expression used to express a feeling of helplessness, similar to the idea of "I can't do anything about it so I better just live with it". Like a lot of expressions like that it has slightly different meanings in different contexts but that's the gist of it.
    9 answers · 2 days ago