Users' questions

Is it normal to get no answer to your first question?

Is it normal to get no answer to your first question?

However, it’s normal to just get a short yes or no answer to your first question. It doesn’t mean that people don’t want to talk to you, just that you have to give them a few seconds to switch over to “social mode”.

Are there any questions that can be found in the text?

Right There Questions: Literal questions whose answers can be found in the text. Often the words used in the question are the same words found in the text. Think and Search Questions: Answers are gathered from several parts of the text and put together to make meaning.

Do you ever get the same answer from anyone?

Whoever you ask, you will get the same answer: no. (any person you ask/it doesn’t matter who you ask) We can use wh-words with -ever to ask very emphatic questions. In speaking, we stress -ever:

What should be the conversation starter for a first date?

The ideal conversation starter for a first date is a Trojan Horse –something light and whimsical–and,actually, it’s a good excuse for you to share your aspirations with your date and open up potential conversations about your childhoods, education, or hobbies.

How to talk about yesterday, today and Tomorrow?

Here are 30 expressions you can use, freely, to talk about Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow in a way that puts more meaning in whatever you say. I went to the dentist’s yesterday morning. (The morning on the previous day) I had an appointment with the doctor yesterday afternoon. (The afternoon before)

Which is correct, ” the man whom I talked to Yesterday “?

“I talked to” is a description or specifier of the man. “To” in this case is part of a verb phrase, like “He needs a good talking to”. “Talking to” is an action in itself, that doesn’t directly link to an object. “I need someone to talk to.” The man was kind. Which man?

Which is correct ” Yesterday’s meeting ” or ” Yesterdays meeting “?

One of our experts will proofread your English. The correct phrase here is “yesterday’s meeting”; you are using the possessive of the word “yesterday” to indicate that the meeting belonged to yesterday. The plural of “yesterday” doesn’t make any sense, since there is only one yesterday.

What did you do last weekend in ESL?

” Last weekend, I visited my parents. ” ” I went golfing on Saturday. I shot a great score. ” ” I stayed home and watched TV all weekend long. ” ” How come you didn’t come to class yesterday? ” ” I was very sick yesterday. ” ” I missed the bus and by the time I got to campus, class was already over. ”