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Feb 22, 2019 10:03 iamspart commented on Japanese Medical Care and M...
Compared to the UK's NHS, it's very different and each has it's disadvantages and advantages. In the UK, everything is free:...
Feb 22, 2019 06:03 commoner1945 commented on Japanese Medical Care and M...
Japanese medical care system, life style, diet and so on is quite good compared to other countries in fact.
Feb 21, 2019 23:48 Sagat made 6 corrections for Japanese Medical Care and M...
Good!
Feb 21, 2019 20:30 iamspart made 2 corrections for 42.195 km #1883
I think I would die if I ran a full marathon! I like sports but not a fan of long distance running.
Feb 21, 2019 06:38 mrwyrd made 5 corrections for 42.195 km #1883
すごい、日本人の女子はマラソンで上手ですね。私はほかのマラソンを完走した日本人に合っているんです。私は8マイルしか走りません。XD
Feb 19, 2019 13:29 mrwyrd made 3 corrections for Kyoto Marathon #1881
Oh it looks so good! Those spices look delicious :D
Feb 19, 2019 11:46 thethinker83 made 5 corrections for Kyoto Marathon #1881
That pasta dish looks interesting. What are the brown semicircular pieces? Lotus?
Feb 14, 2019 04:50 mrwyrd made 5 corrections for Wrong way to study (みんなやりがち...
I agree that process is much more important than memorization. Moreover, I agree that you must be able to teach something that you know. ...
Feb 14, 2019 00:19 Gimmegaunt made 7 corrections for Wrong way to study (みんなやりがち...
My goal is to be able to read a book, but so far even children's books are too complicated...
Feb 13, 2019 06:30 mrwyrd made 3 corrections for Vocabulary Book #1879
Vocabulary books are good if they encourage conversation. Many language books are designed to help you pass a test, rather than learn a l...
Feb 13, 2019 05:53 commoner1945 commented on Vocabulary Book #1879
No. I suppose it's not very useful. We use that kind of training when we were students, but it's useless because it's hard to...
Feb 12, 2019 23:09 Pajh made 6 corrections for Vocabulary Book #1879
Well written!
Feb 10, 2019 09:08 mrwyrd made 6 corrections for E18 Making requests and com...
"Off by (number)" means that a calculation is wrong and the number is the difference. Another example can be in archery. &quo...
Feb 9, 2019 07:32 Puresthera made 3 corrections for E17 Borrowing things (textb...
Feb 9, 2019 00:27 Wallace commented on E18 Making requests and com...
Hi, off by $100 means the amount reflected on the check is incorrect. It means it can be either $100 more than required or less than requ...
Feb 8, 2019 22:12 臭豆腐 made 10 corrections for E17 Borrowing things (workb...
In this sentence, it’s OK to move “usually” around, and doing so won’t change the meaning: Usually, I don’t lend it out. I usually don’t...
Feb 8, 2019 01:54 Pajh made 12 corrections for E38 Getting information on ...
I added some 'example' answers.
Feb 7, 2019 10:26 iamspart made 6 corrections for What is your favorite place...
I really like taking guests to Fushimi-Inari. It's a bit different from the regular temples. I prefer Ginkaku-ji compared to Kinkak...
Feb 7, 2019 09:26 chibi-lang made 1 corrections for E37 Talking about personali...
Feb 7, 2019 07:55 arbalasquide made 1 corrections for E37 Talking about personali...
"I guess I'm pretty optimistic" is saying that they are very optimistic, which doesn't make sense as a response since t...
Feb 7, 2019 02:49 Pajh made 1 corrections for E37 Talking about personali...
You are correct, you could say: That was a very creative way to solve that equation. or When it comes to math, she's very creative...
Feb 7, 2019 01:29 mrwyrd commented on E37 Talking about personali...
Taylor is questioning Mike’s statement that Taylor is not romantic. Taylor said that when compared to Mike, anyone is romantic. I’m other...
Feb 6, 2019 06:04 マイク made 6 corrections for What is your favorite place...
Kink skunk is nice but if I can suggest something not known to most tourists, I enjoyed the Sagano Scenic Railway.
Feb 5, 2019 23:51 Yogian made 2 corrections for What is your favorite place...
Kiyomizu-dera, Kinkakuji, Gingakuji, Fushimi-Inari Jinja. For me those are all must-sees.
Feb 2, 2019 05:31 amphy made 6 corrections for The way how you can persuad...
Jan 16, 2019 20:58 iamspart made 5 corrections for 8 All-Natural Ways to Keep ...
Jan 16, 2019 20:48 Carmen made 4 corrections for 8 All-Natural Ways to Keep ...
Jan 16, 2019 19:55 iamspart made 3 corrections for A Cook Shares 11 Tips on Ch...
Jan 15, 2019 21:42 Yogian made 5 corrections for A Cook Shares 11 Tips on Ch...
Usually "fruit" is an uncountable noun. When you say "fruits", that means groups of certain types of fruit.
Jan 12, 2019 22:01 commoner1945 commented on What If You Only Ate Pizza ...
you may suffer malnutrition.
Jan 12, 2019 04:00 green commented on What If You Only Ate Pizza ...
>>Do you like pizza? Do you think you can eat only pizza for a year? ^^ yes, occasionally. if it was good pizza yes, but i'd m...
Jan 11, 2019 23:03 iamspart made 4 corrections for What If You Only Ate Pizza ...
I love pizza but definitely couldn't eat it for a year! This video reminds me of this news story from last year: https://www.bbc.co...
Jan 11, 2019 01:58 HollyJD made 2 corrections for Have you already set defini...
Also, it is better to keep your resolutions secret, if you really want to accomplish them!
Dec 7, 2018 00:13 dec made 1 corrections for D05 Giving reactions to mov...
Dec 7, 2018 00:08 dec made 2 corrections for D05 Giving reactions to mov...
Dec 6, 2018 00:13 Yogian made 3 corrections for D04 Describing physical app...
"He's in his early twenties, quite tall and of about average build with fairly short hair." You can't just take out ...
Dec 5, 2018 23:20 sora made 8 corrections for D04 Describing physical app...
Dec 5, 2018 23:20 sora made 8 corrections for D04 Describing physical app...
Dec 5, 2018 21:52 dec commented on D04 Describing physical app...
Yes, it's necessary. You can say "he has average build" or "he is of average build". The first is more common,...
Dec 5, 2018 19:20 Yogian made 1 corrections for D03 Describing things you d...
Yes, I use all of those words. Thing - normal Thingy - casual Thingymajig - more casual
Dec 5, 2018 10:43 dec made 5 corrections for D03 Describing things you d...
Dec 5, 2018 10:18 Brie made 4 corrections for D03 Describing things you d...
I use the words 'thingy' and 'thingamajig' casually.It really is a word! I don't know why the spelling is different,...
Dec 4, 2018 23:47 vincent commented on D03 Describing things you d...
Yes they are used, and can be used interchangeably with "thing" only when describing objects.. for example The thing is...
Dec 2, 2018 17:20 Kat made 6 corrections for Do you think this health pr...
Well, it would work on me, but I don't have diabetes...
Dec 2, 2018 01:40 commoner1945 commented on Do you think this health pr...
Why do you think it will help in this regard?
Dec 1, 2018 21:54 Spot53 made 4 corrections for D34 Talking about pet peeve...
I don't like it when people stare at me for a long time, it makes me feel like a freak.
Dec 1, 2018 04:06 lone_star made 6 corrections for D34 Talking about pet peeve...
My pet peeve is when people do not pick up after their dog!!
Dec 1, 2018 03:42 Anthill(オンスアッグヌ) commented on D34 Talking about pet peeve...
One of my pet peeves is probably the requirement for so many buildings in the UK to have fire alarms. They never seem to work properly, g...
Dec 1, 2018 02:26 Pajh made 3 corrections for D34 Talking about pet peeve...
In formal English, annoy and bother are about as good as it gets. 'rankle' and 'irk' are old fashioned but you may still ...
Nov 30, 2018 22:47 JohnD made 3 corrections for D34 Talking about pet peeve...