• Do you insult people everyday?

    66 answers · Trivia · 3 days ago
  • Theory is useless; we should learn from first hand experiences?

    All the reading material we have on internet and on various other information sources help us little in comparison to what we learn in our lives. These sources give information which are generalised and easy-to-read so that everyone can read it. One thing may be appropriate for a person but certainly not for... show more
    All the reading material we have on internet and on various other information sources help us little in comparison to what we learn in our lives. These sources give information which are generalised and easy-to-read so that everyone can read it. One thing may be appropriate for a person but certainly not for someone other, given both of them having same problem. Individual experiences and lessons may best suit to solve their problem and not generalised and 'proven' method.
    22 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Can you help me with English please?

    Simple or closed: The fractured bone does not break through the skin. I can't understand this sentence! Please help me more clearly. I am very weak in English. Thanks!
    Simple or closed: The fractured bone does not break through the skin. I can't understand this sentence! Please help me more clearly. I am very weak in English. Thanks!
    7 answers · Words & Wordplay · 7 hours ago
  • Why are atheists so rude?

    a girl sneezed and when i said "bless you" she turned and said "i'm atheist" LIKE UM OKAY AND IM BLESSING YOU, your point is ?????
    a girl sneezed and when i said "bless you" she turned and said "i'm atheist" LIKE UM OKAY AND IM BLESSING YOU, your point is ?????
    14 answers · Special Education · 2 hours ago
  • What are your thoughts on this quote?

    "Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted." - William Bruce Cameron
    "Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted." - William Bruce Cameron
    15 answers · Quotations · 3 days ago
  • 2+7 please answer?

    46 answers · Preschool & Early Learning · 4 days ago
  • I got my degree but don't have a job?

    Best answer: They lied.... Thousands even hundreds of thousands of people who have a degree are not getting jobs. I have a degree in computer information technology which is a broad range and still haven't gotten a job in the field. It's been about a year. Tbh you're probably going to have to look elsewhere and... show more
    Best answer: They lied.... Thousands even hundreds of thousands of people who have a degree are not getting jobs. I have a degree in computer information technology which is a broad range and still haven't gotten a job in the field. It's been about a year. Tbh you're probably going to have to look elsewhere and move. I'm in the same situation even though I am changing my career path.
    11 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 4 hours ago
  • How do I word this sentence?

    A. Nothing in the lab should be drunken B. Nothing in the lab should be drank C. Nothing in the lab should be drunk D. Nothing in the lab should be drinked
    A. Nothing in the lab should be drunken B. Nothing in the lab should be drank C. Nothing in the lab should be drunk D. Nothing in the lab should be drinked
    16 answers · Homework Help · 1 day ago
  • What effect has the "Day without Immigrants" had for you?

    Thursday, February 16th marks another day without immigrants. Has this movement/protest impacted you?
    Thursday, February 16th marks another day without immigrants. Has this movement/protest impacted you?
    29 answers · Homework Help · 3 days ago
  • Which is grammatically correct?

    A. There were brightly colored flowers. B. There were brightly-colored flowers. Thanks!
    A. There were brightly colored flowers. B. There were brightly-colored flowers. Thanks!
    13 answers · Words & Wordplay · 18 hours ago
  • Professor demands MANDATORY arabic lessons for German students?

    Best answer: The professor is a typical brainless libtard who has already bowed down to Islam and demands the same from others. There are more idiots of that kind, but nevertheless, they won't reach their aim that easily. At least not now, but who knows what will be in 10 years or so, if nobody stops the madness. It's... show more
    Best answer: The professor is a typical brainless libtard who has already bowed down to Islam and demands the same from others. There are more idiots of that kind, but nevertheless, they won't reach their aim that easily. At least not now, but who knows what will be in 10 years or so, if nobody stops the madness.

    It's high time for a U-turn. But unfortunately, too many gullible sheeple still don't see the threat. They are more busy to fight the "evil right-wing enemy" (or in other words, everyone who isn't left-wing). I don't have much hope that the situation will change soon. If we're unlucky, things will even get worse after the next election, since Merkel's liberal opponent Schulz from the SPD party is already waiting for the starting shot to continue the devil's work that Merkel has begun in his own, even more aggressive way.
    16 answers · Teaching · 3 days ago
  • Could this sentence be grammatically correct?

    Best answer: The sentence is grammatically correct WHEREVER you place the word 'please'. Where you decide to place 'please' is a matter of style, not of grammar. Your sentence is grammatically correct as it stands, and would also be correct if you changed it as other people have suggested. I am a retired... show more
    Best answer: The sentence is grammatically correct WHEREVER you place the word 'please'. Where you decide to place 'please' is a matter of style, not of grammar.
    Your sentence is grammatically correct as it stands, and would also be correct if you changed it as other people have suggested.

    I am a retired English teacher and editor.

    EDIT TO ADD: To my ear, your positioning of ;please' in the middle gives added emphasis. It reads to me as if someone is trying to interrupt, and you are saying impatiently, 'Will you PLEASE let her finish!'

    Whatever the reason for its position, it is GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT.
    12 answers · Words & Wordplay · 2 days ago
  • What's faster? Typing a sentence or writing a sentence?

    Best answer: If it is just 'a sentence' or two, writing is faster. Typing requires more preparations like feeding the paper etc. For longer work, typing is faster and above that, it is neater.
    Best answer: If it is just 'a sentence' or two, writing is faster. Typing requires more preparations like feeding the paper etc. For longer work, typing is faster and above that, it is neater.
    11 answers · Words & Wordplay · 11 hours ago
  • Can't remove Photo posted by enemy on Facebook!?

    My Sister stole a photo of my deceased father and has posted it on Facebook. I have reported it and been told it does not violate community standards, i also reporting it as spam. She has blocked all of my friends from seeing her account so they are unable to report it and now FB has blocked me from seeing the... show more
    My Sister stole a photo of my deceased father and has posted it on Facebook. I have reported it and been told it does not violate community standards, i also reporting it as spam. She has blocked all of my friends from seeing her account so they are unable to report it and now FB has blocked me from seeing the photo; i have to use a fake account to see it. Does anyone know of anything i could do to remove this photo without paying a visit to Zuckerbergs Mansion!
    10 answers · Preschool & Early Learning · 16 hours ago
  • I graduated but I don't want to work with anything related to my major?

    Best answer: Honestly, what do you really want to do now? Travel? Work in your field of interest? Talk to your parents about it. Say that you have a degree for namesake and it's your turn to take control of your life. Work for sometime just to support yourself and then maybe proceed in your field of interest.
    Best answer: Honestly, what do you really want to do now? Travel? Work in your field of interest? Talk to your parents about it. Say that you have a degree for namesake and it's your turn to take control of your life. Work for sometime just to support yourself and then maybe proceed in your field of interest.
    35 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 5 days ago