Difference between 'eat soup hot' and 'eat hot soup'?

Can anyone explain the difference between the following sentences?1. I eat most kinds of soup hot.2. I eat most kinds of hot soup.Earlier today, one of my non-English speaking friends asked me the... more

Is the overuse of "so" not that good?

Sometimes, I hear many people use "so" a lot during a presentation, tutorial, lecture, and also normal conversation. Is it bad, or is it just a matter of favor?

06/05/19

I am 12th standard student. How can I improve my English?

How should a multiple-word noun be punctuated within a compound adjective?

I would like to use a noun made of multiple words (like *particle board*, *Mount Everest*, or *windscreen wiper*) in a compound adjective with a hyphen. But I don't know how to hyphenate such a... more

How to add emphasis to a modal verb?

To add emphasis to a normal verb, we use the emphatic "do":> * He does run fast.> * Do come in.> * Do brush your teeth.Obviously, with modal verbs this would be a grave mistake:> * (*)... more

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