Dear Paolo: Is the following sentence grammatically correct? Suddenly the woman got her breasts out. If so, are there other ways to express the above concept? Also, should I have used a comma
Dear Paolo: What does "to live it up" mean? And what does "it" refer to? Would you please give me some examples of how to use the above expression? By the way, i [IS] it an expression or a phrase?
Dear MHM: hi dear ted I m glad to that I can write a letter to u again I want to provide my English in All the parts please give me some sites to do that thanks a lot Best of the bests ***
Dear Glen: I'm not sure if I'm using the expression "pet peeve" correctly in the following sentence. In other words, does the following sentence make sense and is it grammticlly correct? "My pet peeve
Dear Glen: Can the words "flaw", "imperfection", "fault" and "shortcoming" be used interchangeably to refer to something wrong with a person and/or thing? In other words, do the following sentences