I have a question what is it said in English to neat and clean appearance , I want a word used for neat and clean appearance of human
graceful appearance physical elegance
I found the above two phrase , I am not sure
What is your suggestion
please correct the following paragraph
1-graceful appearance is apart from extreme desires for material things and unnecessary furniture and equipment. So it must be said: beauty and trimness, yes; But luxury oriented and keeping up with the Joneses , no.
2-physical elegance is apart from extreme desires for material things and unnecessary accessories. So it must be said: Beauty and trimness, yes; But luxury and keeping up with the Joneses , no.
If they're used to describe hypotheses or beliefs, the difference in meaning is that the first option is used when what we're talking about is certain or likely to happen; the second one is an assumption or imagination of a situation
Try constructing a conditional for each sentence (sort of): 1. A reduction in the number of cars will mean a reduction in pollution (if we do that) - 1st Conditional 2. A reduction in the number of cars would mean a reduction in pollution (if we did that) - 2nd Conditional Combining this with the rules of using each Conditional, you should get it
Another example: 1. "It would be awesome to be the main character in this new movie!" - you are not featured in it, so you're just thinking how cool it would be 2. "It will be awesome to be the main character in this new movie!" - you are officially featured in it, and express your certainty about how cool it will be
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Dear all Thank you for your attention. I have been British for over 18 years, worked and lived in UK. Right now I am having a dispute with my boyfriend over symantics of our recent conversation. If you have time and care to take a couple of minutes to have a look, it would be much appreciated...
Grammar and punctuation are original with changed names. Please see below...
Little prehistory. He would like me to come to visit him.
Bf: "so much love that you come this evening?" Me: "so much love" Bf : "of course you are done with your things" Me: " not tonight baby"
As a result my BF is accusing me with misleading him and saying that, in this conversation above, I promised him to come and now backing off.
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When an action happened in the middle of another one in the same time, esp. with the use of(as/while, when/and), I noticed that the shorter action(the past simple) doesn't come in the negative. Whereas, the longer action(the past continuous) can.
e.g. I wasn't looking where I was going when/and I bumped into a man.
My question is: can the past simple come in the negative with (when/and ) or wothout them when there is past simple+as/while+ past cont.
(1a) I have to pay $100 of tuition for my courses. (2a) I have to pay $100 of sales tax on my computer. (3a) I have to pay $1000 of monthly rent. (4a) I have to pay $100 of customs duty online purchase. (5a) I earned $1000 of employment income. I made much more than than from my stocks.
(1b) I have to pay tuition of $100 for my courses. (2b) I have to pay sales tax $100 on my computer. (3b) I have to pay monthly rent of $1000. (4b) I have to pay customs duty of $100 online purchase. (5b) I earned employment income $1000. I made much more than than from my stocks.
These sentences are very similar. I have difficulty trying to figure out the correct position to put the dollar amount. Please help me. Thank you very much. Read on »