• Is bullshit a vulgar word?

    Can the word bullshit be used in literature English? I want to create a YouTube channel (non English) with using the word bullshit in its name. The channel will be for all age. Doing so will be good or not. Please help :-)
    Can the word bullshit be used in literature English? I want to create a YouTube channel (non English) with using the word bullshit in its name. The channel will be for all age. Doing so will be good or not. Please help :-)
    38 answers · Languages · 11 months ago
  • What is the difference between these two sentences?

    1. All my friends came. 2. All of my friends came. Also, which sentence sounds better?
    1. All my friends came. 2. All of my friends came. Also, which sentence sounds better?
    2 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago
  • What is the difference between 'Made In India' and 'Manufactured In India'?

    Off course, I am asking the technical difference and not grammatical difference. :-)
    Off course, I am asking the technical difference and not grammatical difference. :-)
    7 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago
  • Are clickable links no more allowed in Yahoo Answer?

    I already have level 2 account, but still the few links I added in my answers are not clickable.
    I already have level 2 account, but still the few links I added in my answers are not clickable.
    5 answers · Yahoo Answers · 1 year ago
  • Should 'Many and much' be used only in negative and interrogative sentences?

    I am reading an English grammar book. According to this book many and much should only be used in negative and interrogative sentences. And they shouldn't be used in affirmative sentences. According to the book, below sentences are grammatically wrong. 1. I know many men. 2. I bought much milk. Please also explain whether below sentences... show more
    I am reading an English grammar book. According to this book many and much should only be used in negative and interrogative sentences. And they shouldn't be used in affirmative sentences. According to the book, below sentences are grammatically wrong. 1. I know many men. 2. I bought much milk. Please also explain whether below sentences are right or wrong. 3. Many men came. 4. Much milk was wasted. According to the book 3rd and 4th sentences are right but I doubt so. Please explain your answer. :-)
    5 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago
  • What is the difference between these two sentences?

    1. I begun to hear carefully. 2. I begun to hear carefully.
    1. I begun to hear carefully. 2. I begun to hear carefully.
    9 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago
  • Which is grammatically correct?

    1. Will the meeting be hold? or 2. Will be the meeting hold?
    1. Will the meeting be hold? or 2. Will be the meeting hold?
    12 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago
  • Is this sentence grammatically correct?

    This is the reason why I explained that feeling bad because you had been rejected by someone who didn’t love you is totally nonsense in my training material XYZ.
    This is the reason why I explained that feeling bad because you had been rejected by someone who didn’t love you is totally nonsense in my training material XYZ.
    4 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago
  • Are both sentences grammatically correct?

    1. A letter was written but not delivered. 2. A letter was written, however it was not delivered.
    1. A letter was written but not delivered. 2. A letter was written, however it was not delivered.
    2 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago
  • Which is grammatically correct?

    How America was discovered? or How was America discovered?
    How America was discovered? or How was America discovered?
    7 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago