• APPLE IS MAKING FOOL OF US?

    I had an iPhone 6, After an year the warranty expired, and I had to replace it cause it presented the “ touch disease” which was caused by a huge design flaw, and affected millions of iPhones 6. But the touch disease only started showing up on iPhones when their warranties had already expired and the iPhone 7 (not... show more
    I had an iPhone 6, After an year the warranty expired, and I had to replace it cause it presented the “ touch disease” which was caused by a huge design flaw, and affected millions of iPhones 6. But the touch disease only started showing up on iPhones when their warranties had already expired and the iPhone 7 (not the 6s) was the newest model. Specialists say that it was a really huge design flaw, and it happened because they intentionally removed some sort of protection on the motherboard, which has been present on all the other iPhones, so it was totally programmed to happen. Now, almost 2 years after buying my iPhone 7, not only mine, but thousands of other iPhones 7, are starting to present the “ loop disease” which was caused by an even bigger design flaw, basically I cant talk on calls, I cant hear people, I cant make voice memos and the iPhone takes forever to boot. So Apple is basically programming their newer phones to start dying after a period of 2 years so we have to buy the newst model, there is even a technician who repairs iPhones, and she posted on the official Apple forum what was the reason why the “ touch disease” happened, and she was simply banned from the forum. I’ve always loved Apple products, but I’m strongly considering switching to other brand, any good sugestion? Thanks
    10 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Why do South Americans get so offended when i call them Spanish-Speaking Brazilians?

    Aren't everyone in South America just Portuguese and Spanish Brazilians?
    Aren't everyone in South America just Portuguese and Spanish Brazilians?
    11 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Is it grammatically correct to say that “ the deer will be being eaten by the tiger”?

    Best answer: "Being" is unnecessary. Should be: "deer will be eaten by the tiger."
    Best answer: "Being" is unnecessary. Should be: "deer will be eaten by the tiger."
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • What does 'You make it up as you go along' mean?

    My mother, the minister explained, had witnessed this custom at Jewish funerals and had requested it for her own. She felt it helped mourners accept that the body was gone and they should remember the spirit. I could hear my father chiding her, saying, "Posey, I swear, you make it up as you go along."
    My mother, the minister explained, had witnessed this custom at Jewish funerals and had requested it for her own. She felt it helped mourners accept that the body was gone and they should remember the spirit. I could hear my father chiding her, saying, "Posey, I swear, you make it up as you go along."
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Shall the entire planet Earth be FORCED to speak and write only one language?

    Which language would you choose
    Which language would you choose
    22 answers · 4 days ago
  • How can I improve speaking english?

    6 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Please choose one of them?

    Best answer: I've heard them called bones. I'm sure at one time they were made from bone. There's a brand of dominos called Dem Bones.
    Best answer: I've heard them called bones. I'm sure at one time they were made from bone. There's a brand of dominos called Dem Bones.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • R and S? What is your 'life motto'?

    Best answer: It's all very well to say "I shall not want". The fact is that many people DO 'want', and although you might not be in want at the moment, there is no guarantee that life won't smack you hard one day and leave you 'wanting' family, home, food and basic shelter.
    Best answer: It's all very well to say "I shall not want". The fact is that many people DO 'want', and although you might not be in want at the moment, there is no guarantee that life won't smack you hard one day and leave you 'wanting' family, home, food and basic shelter.
    18 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do many people think Chinese is a difficult language since its grammar has no gender, case, number, person, tense, mood, verb changing?

    Best answer: Because it's a tonal language, which makes it hard for westerners to learn to speak, and because learning to read and write it is quite difficult, owing to the thousands of complex characters. I have a former college roommate who is now a professor of Chinese Language and Literature. I remember when she was... show more
    Best answer: Because it's a tonal language, which makes it hard for westerners to learn to speak, and because learning to read and write it is quite difficult, owing to the thousands of complex characters.

    I have a former college roommate who is now a professor of Chinese Language and Literature. I remember when she was first studying the language and how extremely demanding it was. That was at Yale, one of the top places in the United States for studying Chinese. If she found it difficult, you may be sure it's not a cakewalk.
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Can you help me with English please?

    Best answer: You don't need a dictionary. it is obvious from this context that a runway is the strip on land that planes land and take off from. Like all of your troll questions the answer is obvious from the context.
    Best answer: You don't need a dictionary. it is obvious from this context that a runway is the strip on land that planes land and take off from. Like all of your troll questions the answer is obvious from the context.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is Russian grammar extremely complicated?

    Best answer: It's not exactly 'complicated' but there's a lot that you HAVE TO learn. There are six different verb endings for I, you, he/she/it, we, you plural, and they. Most nouns have at least four, usually six, different endings depending on what case they are, and double those in the plural. Numbers are... show more
    Best answer: It's not exactly 'complicated' but there's a lot that you HAVE TO learn. There are six different verb endings for I, you, he/she/it, we, you plural, and they. Most nouns have at least four, usually six, different endings depending on what case they are, and double those in the plural.
    Numbers are pure hell but you can slide past them, in conversation anyway, a bit more easily. But you MUST learn the noun and verb endings if you don't want to sound like a rather slow kindergarten child.

    The alphabet is nothing: you can have that firmly under your belt within a week.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you help me with English please?

    Best answer: 1 - Owing money to the bank - called being 'overdrawn'.
    2 - Your main account, that you would use for everyday use.
    3 - Where the bank (or similar) holds your money.
    Overbalance - you have less than zero money.
    Best answer: 1 - Owing money to the bank - called being 'overdrawn'.
    2 - Your main account, that you would use for everyday use.
    3 - Where the bank (or similar) holds your money.
    Overbalance - you have less than zero money.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • All languages are difficult for me, what can I do?

    I tried Polish, French, Hebrew, and all of them are very difficult. What can I do?
    I tried Polish, French, Hebrew, and all of them are very difficult. What can I do?
    16 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is Melanie a Greek name?

    Best answer: "Melanie" is the English, German and Dutch form of the French given name "Mélanie", the French form of the Latin name "Melania", derived from Greek μελαινα ("melaina") meaning 'black' or 'dark'. The name was common in France during the Middle Ages, and was... show more
    Best answer: "Melanie" is the English, German and Dutch form of the French given name "Mélanie", the French form of the Latin name "Melania", derived from Greek μελαινα ("melaina") meaning 'black' or 'dark'.

    The name was common in France during the Middle Ages, and was it introduced from there to England by the Normans, though it eventually became rare. Interest in it was revived by the character Melanie Wilkes from the novel and the movie 'Gone with the Wind' in 1936.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I pronounce sedatives as (Sa. Day. Tives)?

    Best answer: You can pronounce it any way you want to... I'm sure people will get your meaning, but that is not generally how it it pronouced. I get it though... the day I had an instructor tell me that "umbilicus" was technically pronounced "um-bil-like-us" (instead of um-bill-i-cus), I about died of... show more
    Best answer: You can pronounce it any way you want to... I'm sure people will get your meaning, but that is not generally how it it pronouced.

    I get it though... the day I had an instructor tell me that "umbilicus" was technically pronounced "um-bil-like-us" (instead of um-bill-i-cus), I about died of laughter. ... I didn't um-bil-like it... and I still don't pronounce it that way, lol!
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can you help me with English please?

    Best answer: Fresh water means river water with no sea salt in it. Estuarian means river water that has come in contact with the sea, and so it has part salty sea-water, and part pure water, in it. The salt level in the water is a problem for animals, and that’s why two different species have evolved to handle the different... show more
    Best answer: Fresh water means river water with no sea salt in it.

    Estuarian means river water that has come in contact with the sea, and so it has part salty sea-water, and part pure water, in it.

    The salt level in the water is a problem for animals, and that’s why two different species have evolved to handle the different salt levels in fresh water and estuaries.
    5 answers · 3 days ago