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  1. Thread: a few questions

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    huge thank you, yet again :D

    huge thank you, yet again :D
  2. Thread: a few questions

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    so, whatever gets you through the night is very...

    so, whatever gets you through the night is very much the same as whatever floates your boat?

    thanks again, guys :D
  3. Thread: a few questions

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    ok, I lied, it wasn't the last one :roll: ...

    ok, I lied, it wasn't the last one :roll:

    does "whatever gets you through the night" mean that it's not important HOW you do it (even if it's not exactly fair), as long as you manage to do it?
  4. Thread: a few questions

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    I'll try to bear that in mind, thanks for the...

    I'll try to bear that in mind, thanks for the comment :D

    ok, I think these are going to be the last ones (hopefully):
    Can you give out an exclamation, or you let it out?
    And is it correct to...
  5. Thread: a few questions

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    What about these? Are these correct? "Try as I...

    What about these? Are these correct?
    "Try as I may, I can never solve the crossword"
    "The final date for accepting applications is June 3rd"
    "sth goes deeply back into time"
    "the plate loaded...
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    what's the differnce between "make out" and "take...

    what's the differnce between "make out" and "take in" in the sense of understanding?
    "I couldn't make out what was wrong"
    "Do you take in everything I am saying?"
  7. Thread: a few questions

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    so, basically, if I understand it right "I prefer...

    so, basically, if I understand it right "I prefer to stay at home" and "I prefer staying at home" imply that you generally, always prefer just staying at home, whereas "I'd prefer to stay at home" is...
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    thanks a lot, Scotcher :D What verb does this...

    thanks a lot, Scotcher :D

    What verb does this phrase take?
    "What does this sign ...?" Is it read, or say?
  9. Thread: a few questions

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    a few questions

    while trying to prepare for my English exam, I have stumbled upon a few examples which I was not entirely sure about. I will probably keep them coming for a few following days, and I'd be more than...
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