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Hello English speking people could you please answer my questions about English?

Posted in Working Mothers on 21st February 2014

Hello English speking people could you please answer my questions about English?
Hello all. I am a student from Iran. I only have a few questions.Could you please answer? Thanks to alle.1-Whenever you say “I’m going to be a translator.” it means that “you just want / want to be / to a translator” or “you are a student and you can actually be a translator?”, and even if you say, “would or would” You are near speak future or not? you are sure that what actually happened, or do you doubt? 2-Could you please answer the above questions about “about to” “to die He is / go / etc” in sentences like? 3-sentence true is? “Should I go?” or “should I go?” and “You should get some sleep,” or “you should get some sleep,” and what is the difference between and should? 4 And I always have problems when choosing between “would” and “could”. The one I sall here “If I were you I would / could go,” and if you say, “I would not be there,” it means “you do not want to be there” or “you can not be there” ? 5-cmbination that is true? / We take some rest / sleep? 6-what is true, I mean, where do I ‘always’ here? “It was not always so hot” / “it has never been so hot” / it has not always been so hot “7-which means” break “or” make it “mean? 8-What do you say, for example, • if a part of the PC does not work anymore If you say “it has burned” or otherwise “broken it” or 9 if you say: ‘? I prefer to do it “” I’d rather it “means 10 In examples such as “the door of the car / the car door” I can both forms in all situations? For example, it is correct to say, “my mother’s relatives?” or should I say “my mother’s relatives?” and the President `s statements “or” the statement of the President “? 11-Is that true, to” poor me “, like when you say” poor you “say? 12-this is true? “Thank you all” or “thank you all” Best Answer (s):

slickkittykattwhopurs answer
There are online courses that you can do better than people on Yahoo do not unterstützen.Verstehen me wrong, but most Americans do not speak proper English in the first place, so that the safe bet is online gehen.Viel luck!

Reply captmhunt
If you really a student in Iran, then I’m the prima ballerina of the Bolshoi Ballet … Sorry … I’m not going to pseudo-question

Reply lilyoungin979 bite I
think the questions your asking are both correct, but not because you are sure that you make resonible questions

Reply makroonies
one. both are richtig3. should I go? And you should bekommen4 some sleep. if I were you I would go there ……… can any of the two bedeuten5. get some sleep … and take some Ruhe6. It has never been so heiß8. it hat9 broken down. yes, it means dass10. both are richtig11. yes, that’s richtig12. Thanks to all of you

Reply Reapor th!
. if you say, “I’m going to be a translator” means these two things that you are erwähnt.A) and Translator want andB) is assumed usually assume that you are going to school to be a “Go”. in the correct term “will” is okay if you reden.2 with friends. most people do not say “he is about to die.” it is, he will die “3” Should I go “is more informal,” shall I go “is more richtigeund it is,” you should get some sleep “4” If I were you, I would go there . “” I would not be there “is very stiff in his delivery, it sounds as if you do not want to be there, which will lead to some problems later on you might want to say:..,” I will not go there, or I will not be there “5 Get some rest or sleep is in order., or take a Pause.6., it has never been so hot., all are correct, but has not taken or not you should use, had not or do not have. makes it more fluid klingen.7. cancel it means you are going, something to make brechenSie it means you are Goung something to machen.8., it is degraded normal9. yeah, the same Sache.10 . most of the time you will be the car door, not the door of the car.much easier to break things down so simply say statements of the President is more common than the statement of the President to hören.11. poor me, is the right one. Poor you have to you bekommen.12 in fights. either is good, but it should seinDanke, everyone, thank you all orwith English, easy to learn the basics is good, but you have also to make conversation. many people are informal in their speech if you sound “formal”, it is to make the conversation awkward. so try and keep things simple and easy for the most part.

response of CK
one. They are said to be on his or translators are planning. To walking or going near future or distant future sein.2. About the – would be near future and with certainity. But it depends on the context. Someone might say, “He’s dying.” If they are angry at someone while they are going to konfrontieren.Wenn I say: “I am to go.” It would mean I would be leaving in the near future werden.3. “Should I go?” is to ask permission or “Should I go?” will be asked if you are obliged to go. But most would say it is austauschbar.4. If I were you, I’d go there. I would not be there, it means that you do not want to go. If you say, I could not be there, it means that you are not there sein.5. resting or some sleep ist.6 correctly. Each of these correctly sind.7. They will break it – means whatever with brass brechen.Sie will do it – depending on the context of the sentence. If you mean, “you will make it there.” It means you will have success. Otherwise, it means that you are going to schaffen.8 something. If the computer does not work anymore, saying that I have a lot of not nice words, and then I say it “crashed”. I could just say “My computer does not work or my computer is broken.” 9 If you say you’d rather do it, it means that you want to add it to tun.10 over all other automatic. I would verwenden.11 the car door, relatives of the mother, statements by the President. I understand nicht.12 the question. Either is fine. I perfer “Thanks you!”

Reply KimballKinnison
Note I am an American, particularly California. Some of these issues could very well in the UK, India, Australia or abweichen.1 – If someone says, “I’m going to be ..” I suppose they think that they have a plan, and if everything according to it plan will happen, it’s not just a wish, but it is not certain either, as plans often do not. Only one wish would be: “I want to be ..”. I do not think that it connotes a certain time, someone could say, “I’m going to be a translator” when they are just starting out, a 6-year course, or if they just about to get on the bus to go to the UN with the work beginnen.Jedoch (very) young people might say, “I’m going to be a policeman when I grow up”, which is only a wish (and probably just a whim of the moment.) 2 “About to” compared to “will be” is much more certain and immediate. My new UN translator above would say, “I’m starting my new job as a translator at the United Nations.” He would only say that if it has been set and is at a certain time ab.3.Both “should I go?” and “should I go?” are correct, almost no one “will” used in the U.S. is not talking, but. For people who use both the “the” form is to ask “what should I do?” while “should” is more ask, “What do you think would be best for me” “You should get some sleep” sounds very bossy to me, it is something that might be a parent to a child, up to the end remained sagen.4. Dignity is usually more about desires, while might is more about the opportunity. “I would not be there” usually means, “I would not enjoy the consequences of there, and I do not think you would.” 5 Check either rest or sleep sounds to me OK. taking some rest sounds right, but formal / old-fashioned. Under some sleep not like anything I ever say hören.6. All of these are OK and mean the same thing, the first, with “always” at the end, sounds like the nachdrücklichsten.7 I’m not sure what you are here to fragen.Oh, I get it now. There is a business jargon / cliché expression. “We will make it or break here” “This is a make or break situation,” It means that when things are in order, the business will be successful when things go wrong, the business will fail. Like most business jargon, it is much more often than not, it is true sagte.8. Burnt only when actually smoke came out. Just “broken” instead of “broken”, 9th Yes, it doe, although in the “prefer”, there is a connotation that there are several options, one of which is the best, but none of them can be very pleasant specified. “I prefer” sounds more like it’s actually angenehm.10. the “of” constructions are always more formal / stilted than the possessive (‘s) or adjectival noun “car door”, but they are all richtig.11. People say, “Poor” (see Warren Zevon song “Poor Poor Pitiful Me”), but it is almost always in a self-deprecating manner said – “I feel sad for me, but I have to admit that things be could do a lot worse, “while” poor you “could actually be true Mitgefühl.12. Both are OK.BTW, “what is true” sounds weird to me, I would ask, or “what is more properly” “That’s right?”

response from a Designer
1. “Going to” can go either definition, dependent mean of the intention of the speaker. If unclear sense of the speaker, ask, because it could mean in the near or distant future: eg – A child says, “I’m going to be a fireman.” Obviously, the child will not be able to a firefighter until the distant future, when the child is old enough to be. And then the child may have changed the dream. When a student says, “I’m going to be an astrophysicist,” very likely that students will be an astrophysicist when he / she graduates from the program. “I’m going to be in a movie.” This could take tomorrow or next year. Again, the only way to determine time to fragen.2 the person who made the remark. “About the” implies a bit more immediacy than “going to”. However, there is still no definitive time frame that can be applied if you are in doubt, you should fragen.zB – A student at the beginning of his last semester of college could say, “I’m about to graduate college,” even if its conclusion is still technically months away. In the period of semesters, this is his last semester and once it is completed, it will be completed. A magician who says: “I am pleased with a rabbit out of the hat pull” is most likely that measures to carry out his intentions immediately after the call. As “straight” is relative to the purpose / situation of Benutzers.3. “Should” is the present tense “shall” is past …. formally correct English. But virtually no one common in American society says Shall more … and this situation also arises with “will” and “would”. I recommend visiting for a more detailed explanation of these Begriffe.4. “Dignity” is a form of “will” and “may” is a form of “can.” Again, I think “would” and “could” interchangibly used and therefore wrong. I’m going to do something, or I’m not going to do something shows effect / ability / commitment. I can do something, or I can not do something shows that, while the ability to do something that is there, the action or commitment is not there necessarily …. “I can dispose of the waste {my two legs of the work and I am strong enough to wear it} But I will not {Even if I physically unable to choose I}. “5 It is “GET some rest / sleep”, as in “I need to sleep” or “You really need to get some rest.” 6.Either “(has not, it is not spoken as a rule” “) ever been so hot , “or” It’s never been so hot. “7.Unless I see these phrases in context, I do not know what they bedeuten.8. Normally, people say “crashed” their computers, or that “it fried.” It could offer new slang that I’m not aware of it but these are the two most common terms I gehört.9. Basically yes “and not” and “dear” interchangibly can werden.10 used. You can either forms of the phrases you mention, use … it’s more about soon: “. Door of the car”, “car door” is more concise than 11 In what context? If I’m not here I’m not sicher.12 me. Either funktioniert.Ich studied in English never (much to my high school English teacher dismay) … but I’m pretty good at it. Anyone out there who does not agree with any of the above things? You are probably right … Good luck.


Posted in Toddlers on 4th February 2014

I let her outside with a wall around it (no door) in a manger. and now my sims can not cry, because of how I get the social worker to take it plz answer plz plz sleep away! k ThinX Best Answer (s):

Arely answer
There is a way actually. but it is a Betrüger.zuerst, ctrl, shift, c (all at once), press a bar will come on the top of the screen, then enter, testing (without spaces) or true for testing (it does not really matter .. .), press the Eingabetaste.nach that, press Shift while clicking on who or what you want to delete. it should be three options that person / thing to be around. click the one that “article” says, there will be a button that says “Delete” just click be that and it is removed from the game werden.das is all you need to do!

response of perfect velvet
you can not kill your child. But if you leave the toddler alone (without food, red mood), they get taken away.

LOL ……. get a birthday cake for your baby

Answer by Jessica
Why do you want to kill your child that age me confused. But anyway here’s a few ideas: 1 Start a fire in the room thing a cheap fireplace and put a couch made by the lighting right next to you. let the child in the room. Not call the firefighters. He will pass on tragically. (2 Open a cheat bar (ctrl shift c) and type in “testing true” then hold down the Ctrl and Shift while you are on your child “trigger age transition” repeatedly until he dies of Altersschwäche.3. Use two ., but instead of “trigger age transition” to “object” and “Delete” .4. bring your Sims to the day spa or keep them out of the house until your child dies of hunger., you can use the babysitter, as long as it make it impossible to achieve for the babysitter your child anrufen.Viel luck on killing little stress!!!

I Need Some Constructive Criticism (10 Points Best Answer)?

Posted in Child Care on 14th February 2012

I Need Some Constructive Criticism (10 Points Best Answer)?
Here it is: Please read.

the day April is born isn’t a special day. Different, certainly, but not special, not good. It’s not a time to rejoice, not a time to celebrate and smile and laugh, like most imagine. To cry with joy and imagine a name for their beautiful child. Instead, it is a day with teeth clenched around a rough, scratchy dish-rag and a nude, misshapen, nasty mother, who squeezes out April into a bathtub, her screaming and red and mother panting and angry, angry at this little child who has ruined her life. But it all starts at the bar.
The mother’s name is Joanna, and she is a huge woman, not fat, but full somehow, tall and wild and dangerous, which is why April’s father takes interest in her all those years ago. James, April’s father, stands across the room with a large beer mug in his hand and his wildly red hair raked back, with his snapping blue eyes focused on Joanna, the girl who moves and isn’t graceful but is strong, and he is intrigued, because she is so different. He looks at her and sees beyond the ugly girl, or so he thinks, but it is just the beers. He smiles and nods his head, waits for her to respond, and thinks about how to make his move. Finally, he walks over and sits down beside her in the tall, wooden bar stools, puts his beer on the table and makes small conversation.
“Fun night, right? You here with friends?” He takes a sip of his beer and licks his lips, his light blue eyes still not moving from hers.
“No, I’m alone.” She says, and he says he is alone, too, which has many indications.
We can be alone together. His eyes say.
Joanna cannot resist, because she is ugly, an ugly woman with beady eyes and a wide mouth and a straight, boring nose, and so when this man, James, takes interest in her, flirts this way, Joanna falls up to her shoulders in love.
“Kind of loud in here, crazy. Maybe we could talk somewhere else”, he says, and lifts himself from the chair. He is shorter than Joanna, and so he leans into her ear while she is still seated, so he can reach it and feel sensual.
“I’m James, by the way.” And all Joanna can think is Joanna and James, James and Joanna. Double J’s, smooth and wonderful together. Like it is meant to be. He takes her gently by the arm and they slip out the door of the bar, and it shuts the noise out as it closes behind them. Now they are in silence, until Joanna speaks.
“I don’t have a car.” Joanna says, and she always says the wrong thing. The thing to make her seem poor and dumb and desperate, but James doesn’t care.
“How’d you get here? Some suitor drive you here in an attempt to win your heart? Do I have competition?” He smiles at her, and his words are slurred and eyes hooded, because he is drunk, which is why he is putting the moves on this ugly chick anyway, because through he eyes all he sees is that dark hair and the good smile, and so he thinks she’s the most beautiful girl in the world. Joanna shakes her head, because she is sober and serious and in love.
“Okay, to my car, then.” And he stumbles to a silver Volkswagen and slips inside. He holds out an arm to the seat beside him. Joanna sits inside, and they waste no time.
James kisses Joanna, or maybe she kissed him, Joanna never remembered.

In the morning, after they have done the thing that ruins Joanna’s life, they are in Joanna’s house, and James slinks out of bed, pulls his pants up and grabs a soda, popping open the cap and awakening the Sleeping Un-Beauty, who lets the sheets slide off and expose her naked shoulders and smiles a wan smile.
“You don’t have to go.” Joanna says, disguising her pleading as indifference, or exhaustion, rubbing her eyes awake and sweeping a hand through her dirty curls, as if that would make her slightly more appealing, convince him to stay.
James leans against the deep purple wall of Joanna’s room and sips his Coke, peering up at whatever there is on the ceiling, or he is just trying to escape talking to Joanna, the Ugly Girl he now regrets. He was too drunk last night, wasted and blurry and unthinking.
“Don’t go.” Joanna says it differently this time, not disguising her desperate tone now. She doesn’t smile, but watches him closely, her beady eyes smaller because she is tired, her eyes puffy, and red blotches cover parts of her cheeks, because she has a skin condition. James still says nothing, but he crushes the now empty can between his fist with an effortless crunch and moves to the kitchen, which Joanna can still see from her bed, and throws it in the trash, because he is a prick, Joanna later tells April, and doesn’t recycle. Joanna is too tired to correct him, too worried of him leaving her, because all an Ugly Girl like her has is a dumb man who will take her flaws and all.
But James is no dumb man, and makes the
escape when he can.
“I’ll call you later. I’ll stop by.” He says, his pale duck-fluff hair and blue eyes lying, deceiving, cheating. Though some part of her yells a warning, that her heart is broken and that this is a hopeless lie, Joanna lights up from the inside and smiles her slow smile at him, gives him a quick and still desperate peck on the cheek and watches him leave.
“See you.” He yells.
“I love you.” But he is already gone.
I pulled around the corner onto Mortimer Avenue, looking at the tiny orange-doored house that was my home, April’s home, old April, the one who praised her mother. She grew. She grew out of worshiping her black-hearted, drunk mother, grew out of believing her desperate lies. She even grew out of hating her father, because he didn’t abandoned her, he abandoned Joanna, and even April had done that. It was the only logical choice.
I am not April, Joanna’s daughter, anymore. I’m not, Oh, there’s April, the weird girl with the drunk mother. I’m April, strong and tall, part the ugly girl her mother was and part the red-haired blue-eyed snapping devil her father was.
I had left this house years ago, when I was thirteen, with a huge backpack full of my favorite clothes, water, and drawing pencils and paper, and one book, To Kill A Mockingbird.
It was different now that Joanna was dead. It was empty feeling, even from the outside, as if you could just tell something was wrong.
The drunk mother wasn’t in there, wobbling around, maybe with a boyfriend, probably with a beer in her hand, her wine. She liked wine.
I almost felt bad for thinking these things about my own mother, the one who was dead now, but I was the new April, and I told myself that death didn’t change anything. It didn’t change that she was a bad mother, that she was a drunk. I wouldn’t be teary-eyed and sappy, lying, at her funeral. Would she have a funeral? Did she want to be buried?
I was the only one to take care of this problem. I was the only child, the mistake. April. Moose. You bitch. I had many names in this house before, but now only one. I was April, renewed.

Best answer(s):

Answer by ~S~ is for Stephanie!
Wow. That was incredible. I loved the small details, like the “double J’s” and how you described Joanna’s ugliness. It was perfect.

Awesome job!

Answer by Monica
I think you used extended sentences quite well, described the characters, notified pros and cons of them. “he is shorter than Joanne” “an ugly woman with beady eyes.” It could be better but it is good and is it the start ? I love the concept of you knowing about the intercourse but you don’t describe it because it’s aimed at adults but anybody could pick it up x I like how April refers to herself as unwanted “A mistake.” I think you can progress with this book much farther and I’ve finished one of my books. The start you read is of the second. x Hope this helped because you are talented. Bravo.

Answer by NekoBus
All in all a good read, but I think it would sound much better in the past tense. Having it in the present tense gives it a really choppy feel. Another reason is that you first mention April being born, then you go into the backstory of the parents meeting. Then it skips ahead to her being a grown up. It’s not bad, but a little all over the place right now.

I’m not too crazy about the change from third person to first in the end. I’d say pick one or the other because it’s confusing to the reader. You also need to work on showing, not telling. It’s a skill that takes a lot of practice, but you can do it. Another thing, watch run-on sentences. I’ll show you an example (I’m putting it in the past tense so you can see what I mean).

The day April was born wasn’t a special day. (I think you could edit this out and still get the point across. Different, certainly, but not special, not good = unecessary and repetitious) It was not a time to rejoice, not a time to celebrate, smile or laugh, like most imagine. Instead that was a day spent with her misshapen mother’s teeth clenched around a rough, scratchy dish-rag. The large woman was nude in her bathtub when she squeezed April out. Nobody heard her screaming. Nobody heard her swear at this little child who had ruined her life…

Something along those lines. I’d also keep it a little more linear. You could start with Joanna entering the bar and the events that lead up to the pregnancy. Then the actual birth could be the climax of the scene.

Another run-on sentence. Here’s a suggestion on breaking it up. You don’t need to say ‘did the thing’ which is stating the obvious.

The next morning James slinked out of Joanna’s bed. He pulled his pants on and padded into the kitchen and grabbed a soda. The sound of the cap popping open awakening the Sleeping Un-Beauty. She let the sheets slide off, exposing her naked shoulders. Her smile was wan.

That breaks it up a little, but I’m sure upon rewrites you can make it better. Then you suddenly jump into first person which is distracting. Another thing – as it is right now, you have the words I, I’m, April and grew far too many times in a short period of space. Consider revising.

All in all the story itself is good. Just keep tightening it down until you’re telling the story with as few words as possible. Good luck with it!