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Dear Paolo: Is the phrase/expression "to speak ill of someone" commonly used in the U.S.? *** Yes, it is often used. Also, are there other ways to express this concept? *** Here is a list:
Dear Paolo: Which of the following phrases is correct? 1) To drop in for a cup of tea 2) To drop by for a cup of tea If both are possible, do they mean the same thing? *** As I explained
Hello, Presumably President Trump is presumably speaking metaphorically. The current health care system, put in place by the Affordable Care Act, is known informally as "Obamacare". Trump seems
Dear Paolo: These preposition question are having a bad effect on me. It is so difficult to explain differences, especially when the differences, if any, are so slight that no one notices them.
Dear Paolo: If both are correct, is there any difference between "to drop BY for something" and "to drop IN for something"? They really mean the same thing. If you want to be very picky, you could