• What does the word "OCTOPUS" make you immediately think of?

    Best answer: A 1940s era coal furnace.
    Best answer: A 1940s era coal furnace.
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  • Choose the word that best fits the provided statement:?

    Somebody ------ the cat in. A. let B. has let C. lets
    Somebody ------ the cat in. A. let B. has let C. lets
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  • How to pronounce "Knew"?

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  • What is affirmative action?

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  • Is there a word for a person who comforts another?

    Comforter is something you cover yourself with at night...
    Comforter is something you cover yourself with at night...
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  • How do you spell in lou of?

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  • Is this sentence written correctly?

    "originally i am from belgium but mostly i lived in the netherlands"
    "originally i am from belgium but mostly i lived in the netherlands"
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  • I or me? Grammar question.?

    Which one would be grammatically correct?: Would you rather I be away? Would you rather me be away?
    Which one would be grammatically correct?: Would you rather I be away? Would you rather me be away?
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  • Hello english teachers, which sentence is correct?

    Best answer: Either way. "to" shows direction, while "in" shows that were inside the boundaries of the city. It might depend on context.

    Do you travel much? Yes, I've been to New York and California.
    Do you know what the Empire State Building looks like? Yes, I've been in New York and saw it.
    Best answer: Either way. "to" shows direction, while "in" shows that were inside the boundaries of the city. It might depend on context.

    Do you travel much? Yes, I've been to New York and California.
    Do you know what the Empire State Building looks like? Yes, I've been in New York and saw it.
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  • What does RIP mean I see it all the time but I'm not sure what it means?

    Is it Rot in Peace?
    Is it Rot in Peace?
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  • What does I suppose mean?

    So here is an example.. One friend wants to go hang and says hey do you want to watch this movie and the other person says I suppose... What does that mean?
    So here is an example.. One friend wants to go hang and says hey do you want to watch this movie and the other person says I suppose... What does that mean?
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • What is a word that has se in it?

    Best answer: My senses..of the sea..and,the whispers..within the shells..scattered along the,shores..~*
    Best answer: My senses..of the sea..and,the whispers..within the shells..scattered along the,shores..~*
    27 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do you say that in English?

    Best answer: For the filling of a glass of wine (or beer) most people would say "Please fill it up". If the glass was still half full, many people might say "Please top it up".

    Just saying "Pour" is not right, and would sound very impolite.
    Best answer: For the filling of a glass of wine (or beer) most people would say "Please fill it up". If the glass was still half full, many people might say "Please top it up".

    Just saying "Pour" is not right, and would sound very impolite.
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • What is a word that has gl in it?

    Best answer: Glucose
    Best answer: Glucose
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  • Why is the first day of summer called midsummers day?

    Best answer: Because the technical dates that seasons begin are different than when people generally perceive the seasons. Science establishes summer as beginning on the summer solstice, but people commonly think of summer as being the warm months. For example, if I got married on June 6, most people would say I had a summer... show more
    Best answer: Because the technical dates that seasons begin are different than when people generally perceive the seasons. Science establishes summer as beginning on the summer solstice, but people commonly think of summer as being the warm months. For example, if I got married on June 6, most people would say I had a summer wedding, not a spring wedding. Therefore, in common understanding, by June 21, the date of the summer solstice this year, people have already been thinking it's summertime for some time.

    There are many terms like this, terms that arise out of common perceptions that don't jibe with technical definitions, which technical definitions likely came later. We call 12:00am "midnight" when it's technically the end of night as it technically starts the beginning of the morning hours, for example. Another example is we still say "the four corners of the Earth" to refer to those places on Earth farthest away from us even though we know the Earth is a sphere and has no corners and know there is only one place on Earth that is farthest from where we are, that place being the dipole of our present position on Earth's sphere. If in Denver, Colorado and planning to go to Juneau, Alaska, we would tend to say we're heading up to Juneau for the simple fact that it's north of us and so has a position further up the page on maps we generally use, never mind that Juneau, being right on the ocean and so barely above sea level, is technically lower in elevation than Denver and so "down," not "up." That's just three of many such examples, so you should not get stuck on the technicality of such things or you will drive yourself mad.
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is the sentence correct, - "Why do you call me?"?

    Best answer: Why do you call me is okay. You can also say Why did you call me ?
    Best answer: Why do you call me is okay. You can also say Why did you call me ?
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • What is a three letter name that rhymes with rat and Pat?

    Best answer: MATT - Matthew
    NAT - Nathaniel
    Best answer: MATT - Matthew
    NAT - Nathaniel
    10 answers · 7 days ago