• What are the most beautiful languages ​​in your opinion?

    me: portuguese, french and russian.
    me: portuguese, french and russian.
    24 answers · 4 days ago
  • Easiest language for an adult to learn?

    Native English speaker. No Esperanto.
    Native English speaker. No Esperanto.
    9 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Americans Only Please:- What does a British Accent sound like to you?

    Best answer: I am British but would like to know which of the British Accents are you referring to, would that be people from England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland, even then each of these areas have various different accents? Just the same as different accents in different state in USA
    Best answer: I am British but would like to know which of the British Accents are you referring to, would that be people from England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland, even then each of these areas have various different accents? Just the same as different accents in different state in USA
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • My parents don't speak English and its starting to bother me What should I do?

    My dad came to the U.S from Honduras about 30 years ago but he never learned English. I don't understand why. If I was planning on moving to another country that speaks another language I would try to make the effort to learn that language. My mom is also from Honduras and also doesn't speak any English. I... show more
    My dad came to the U.S from Honduras about 30 years ago but he never learned English. I don't understand why. If I was planning on moving to another country that speaks another language I would try to make the effort to learn that language. My mom is also from Honduras and also doesn't speak any English. I don't know what to do. They depend on me to translate everything for them and get mad when I don't know how to properly translate something. It makes me very annoyed.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to pronounce the toothpaste brand Sensodyne?

    Is "dyne" pronounced like "dine" in dining hall or "din" as in dinner?
    Is "dyne" pronounced like "dine" in dining hall or "din" as in dinner?
    8 answers · 24 hours ago
  • Are Welsh people considered to be native speakers of English?

    Best answer: 21% of the population of Wales are Welsh speakers, the rest speak English.
    My first language is Welsh and speak Welsh most of the time . I can speak English fluently though, but I prefer speaking Welsh.
    Best answer: 21% of the population of Wales are Welsh speakers, the rest speak English.
    My first language is Welsh and speak Welsh most of the time . I can speak English fluently though, but I prefer speaking Welsh.
    7 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Does u think atheists should be aloud to brianwash our kids?

    Best answer: All children will be exposed to other beliefs, whether you like it or not. Teach your children what you believe is true, but in the end, it is their choice. Sheltering your children from other viewpoints is brainwashing. Respect your children's choices, even if you disapprove. I have to wonder if you... show more
    Best answer: All children will be exposed to other beliefs, whether you like it or not. Teach your children what you believe is true, but in the end, it is their choice.

    Sheltering your children from other viewpoints is brainwashing.

    Respect your children's choices, even if you disapprove.

    I have to wonder if you are a troll. The grammar and spelling of the question is atrocious in three places.

    My parents attempted to shelter me from non-Christian views. I was exposed anyway (and quite frankly had doubts even as a young child). I was 48 years old before fully rejecting Christianity. I am now agnostic (not atheist).
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it grammatically correct to start a sentence with "But"?

    The context that I'm trying to use it is, "But is this really as good of an idea as she claims it to be?"
    The context that I'm trying to use it is, "But is this really as good of an idea as she claims it to be?"
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why do people say that sports teacher can t teach English professionally?

    Best answer: That depends on the law and educational conventions in the country where you are. But generally in Britain a person teaching English is required to have a degree and a PGSE (teaching) qualification. The degree should preferably be in English. To teach sports the teacher does not need a degree in English. I hope you... show more
    Best answer: That depends on the law and educational conventions in the country where you are. But generally in Britain a person teaching English is required to have a degree and a PGSE (teaching) qualification. The degree should preferably be in English. To teach sports the teacher does not need a degree in English. I hope you can make the logical conclusion.
    6 answers · 21 hours ago
  • How to describe nationality of a German-Brazilian.?

    Best answer: You've made this very complicated for yourself.
    You would say 'He's Brazilian, but his father's German'.

    There is no rule about whether his mother's or father's ethnicity should be mentioned first.
    Best answer: You've made this very complicated for yourself.
    You would say 'He's Brazilian, but his father's German'.

    There is no rule about whether his mother's or father's ethnicity should be mentioned first.
    21 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do Other Languages Have Cursive?

    Or equivalent?
    Or equivalent?
    6 answers · 6 hours ago
  • How to add information when using the pronoun "our"?

    This pronoun is kinda tricky. Take this as an example. "Hey, I was scrolling with OUR convo and it made me smile." Now, the "our" that I was referring to is not me and the person I am chatting with. I was referring to another person + me. So, in that case, how do I add information to it?... show more
    This pronoun is kinda tricky. Take this as an example. "Hey, I was scrolling with OUR convo and it made me smile." Now, the "our" that I was referring to is not me and the person I am chatting with. I was referring to another person + me. So, in that case, how do I add information to it? Should I use an "Object Complement"?
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Is it correct to say "converse my mind openly?"?

    Best answer: No, it's not. I can see where you might think it might be because we use "converse with" and "spoke with" interchangeably, and what you're trying to say is "spoke my mind openly," only you want to substitute the verb "converse." The problem is, you aren't using... show more
    Best answer: No, it's not. I can see where you might think it might be because we use "converse with" and "spoke with" interchangeably, and what you're trying to say is "spoke my mind openly," only you want to substitute the verb "converse." The problem is, you aren't using that definition of "converse," which is a definition that requires the preposition "with" afterwards, because you don't say "with" afterwards. When you use "converse" without "with" afterwards, it means "talk," not "speak." That means when you say "converse my mind openly," it is the same as saying "talk my mind openly," not "speak my mind openly." "Converse my mind openly," just like "talk my mind openly" would be, is improper. You can't correctly use the verb "converse" in the context you provide because in that context it means "talk," not "speak."
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Why can so few Americans speak Italian?

    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • What sentence is grammatically correct in American English?

    Best answer: Hello Sasha,

    Sentence one is more correct but I would substitute the word 'large' for 'big'

    Poseidon
    Best answer: Hello Sasha,

    Sentence one is more correct but I would substitute the word 'large' for 'big'

    Poseidon
    5 answers · 16 hours ago