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2016-10-22 English as a Second Language - used to:

--> Rather than driving around all day looking for somewhere to park, why don't you take a TAXI into town?    --> Rather than having beer with your dinner, why don't you have wine?    --> Rather than

2016-10-21 Spanish Language - te amp:

Hi Julie,    Thanks for your question.    Although uses do vary between Spain and Latin America, the chief difference is that 'te amo' means 'I love you' in the sense of the kind of love that you have

2016-10-21 Italian Language - use of "suonare":

Dear Rich,    the verb “suonare”, which can be either transitive or intransitive depending on the context,  is used correctly in the sentences that you’ve mentioned.    With  regard to “suonare” used as

2016-10-20 Italian Language - "poesia":

Dear Rich,    the Italian feminine noun  “poesia” is just used to express both the English nouns  “poem” and “poetry”.    As for the “oe”  and the  “ia” in “poesìa”, they both are  an “iato” because “o”

2016-10-19 English as a Second Language - word choice:

Last Sunday, Jenny and her family decided to go to the Taipei Zoo to see Yuanzai, the cute panda. (I changed it around a bit)  After they arrived at the entrance of the exhibit, they were surprised to


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