What do you call it?, can you ride it?

What do you call it?, can you ride it?

The word, so, is an adverb of 1 manner 2 time 3 degree 4 number 5 countable

The word, so, is an adverb of 1 manner 2 time 3 degree 4 number 5 countable

These are guavas, do you have ones in your country? What do you call these?

These are guavas, do you have ones in your country? What do you call these?

Please create an original sentence using any of the synonyms below. I will

Please create an original sentence using any of the synonyms below. I will gladly correct any errors.

Please create an original sentence using any of the synonyms below. I will

Please create an original sentence using any of the synonyms below. I will gladly correct any errors.

Describe this picture What did you understood

Describe this picture What did you understood

Which answer is correct?

Which answer is correct?

Which one is correct?

Which one is correct?

make affirmative. sita barely cooks food. make affirmative. sita barely cooks

make affirmative. sita barely cooks food. make affirmative. sita barely cooks food.

Drop the feminine gender of the word'Bull'.

Drop the feminine gender of the word'Bull'.

Please create an original sentence using any of the synonyms below. I will

Please create an original sentence using any of the synonyms below. I will gladly correct any errors.

Fill in the blank with the correct word given below.

Fill in the blank with the correct word given below.

Do you see something interesting?, write something.

Do you see something interesting?, write something.

Which one is correct?

Which one is correct?

Which one is correct?

Which one is correct?

What can you say about it?

What can you say about it?

Say something about this photo.

Say something about this photo.

Which one is correct?

Which one is correct?

"Affect" and "effect" are two words that are often confused in the English

Affect and effect are two words that are often confused in the English language. What Is the Difference? Affect and effect are two words that are often confused in the English language. What Is the Difference?

Say something about this picture my beloved friends.

Say something about this picture my beloved friends.