My mother’s rule became sacrosanct: I needed to be home before midnight.
Fans spilled into the streets to boast and roister after the championship. 49 more words
3 jam, 52 minutes
Afirmativ – You are playing tennis
Interogativ – Are you playing tennis
Negativ – You are not playing tennis. 290 more words
9 jam, 27 minutes
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Actually for us who use Mandarin as our first language has trouble to tell ‘look’, ‘see’ and ‘watch’ when we learn English. 84 more words
1 hari, 23 jam
fulminate–verb: to vehemently denounce or express criticism or protest.
Mrs. Saunders fulminated against the incomprehensible tax code.
3 hari, 4 jam
Let’s get this straight: There’s a time when there should be an apostrophe in let’s, but this from Yahoo! Style isn’t one of them: 10 more words
3 hari, 21 jam
The editor for Yahoo! News must have read this and treated the verb was as if it were correct:
It is not. The statement of something that is not factual requires the subjunctive mood. 37 more words
3 hari, 23 jam
roister–verb: to engage in noisy merrymaking.
My cross wife opened the door when I returned from a night spent roistering with pals.
5 hari, 4 jam