Hi Paolo, the two expressions are synonym but I believe "to beat someone up" is more frequently used by native speakers. The older kids used to beat Johnny up every day after school. The governor
Hi Paolo, quickly spread or spread quickly are both acceptable Of the three sentences the only one that works for me is the first one: The news of his death spread quickly across the internet.
Hi Antoine, the proper expression in this context is "out of THE reach of children" since it's a "specific" reach so to say that you have in mind. You can say "out of reach" in sentences like:
Hi Paolo, The verb tenses are different in the two sentences above: the Simple Past in the first vs the Present Perfect in the second. Now, because you have parked your car at some point in the
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