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2017-02-19 English as a Second Language - Think about vs. think of:

Paolo,    I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "intense" but we usually say "think of someone". "Think about someone" is also correct just less common in my experience.     I've been thinking of Mary

2017-02-18 English as a Second Language - Have been through - have gone through:

Hi Paolo,     1) I can't even imagine what you have been through.    2) I can't even imagine what you have gone through.    3) I can't even imagine what you have been going through.    All three sentences

2017-02-17 English as a Second Language - Who or which?:

Hello Antoine,     I would suspect there is a mistake in that text. The "which" should actually read "who".   Not sure what the source of that quote is but is there any chance that is was written by a

2017-02-16 English as a Second Language - The worst is behind me:

Hi Paolo,     we say: The worst is behind me.     The other sentence doesn't make sense and it's definitely not something a native English speaker would say.     Alternatives... the only one I can think

2017-02-15 English as a Second Language - Be home - be in the home:

Hi Paolo,    you have a few options here:    "to be home", or "to be at home", or "to be inside the house" (meaning you're emphasizing the fact that you are physically in the house)     A few examples:

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