English Vocabulary


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Who want make sentences with this word :skill


1 - I have lot of skills.
2 - I'm skil to take care of baby
3 - I'm skill to garden
4 - I'm skill to cook
5 - I haven't much computer skills


I'm not sure that is right.


gmm

27 comments

  • Hum! gmm!
    Sure you have a lot of skills. No doubt you have been provided with many skills by your parents, your hard self practising and your outstanding genius.
    However you are not yourself a skill! Unless you would pride yourself on really being a living skill.(That would be a metonimy: comme je me dirais gourmand en disant que je suis une bonne fourchette.)
    Well, gmm! Learning a language is a question of learning new skills, MANY new skills.
    Read you later.
  • Thanks for your answer Gee. It was very interesting.


    Could you tell me the difference between response, answer, reply


    Yours sincerely
    gmm
  • Hi gmm!
    I am nothing but a English learner like you, gmm.
    So I don't feel very qualified to give you a proper answer.
    As long as I know, these three word are synonyms and their use depends on the context. It's probably a question of current use, a question of idimotic language.
    However I think that all the three words can fit for something said or written in reply to a question.
    Otherwise if someone would assault me with a knife or a gun, I would reply (not answer) in some way.
    But is someone would jeer at me in a party, I could answer by leaving the get-together.
    Don't worry, step by step the Gymglish and our daily workout will push us to come on top.
    Cordially,
    Gee
  • I've just noticed that mistakes soil my reply of today at 11:33.
    Please read "three words" on the fourth line,
    and "if someone would jeer at me" at the eighth one.
    No guarantee of lack of possibly further mistakes.
  • Great answer. Now I understand the difference between reply and answer but I can't use right now. I need more practise and time.


    Thanks Gee


    Best regards
    gmm
  • From gmm:
    Thanks for your answer Gee. It was very interesting.


    Could you tell me the difference between response, answer, reply


    Yours sincerely
    gmm

     
  • gmm


    A reply occurs only when defendant has asserted a counterclaim or the court as odered a reply.The reply is an answer by plaintif to defendant's answer.


    A response
    often a response is the result of stimulus
    usualy a response is thre result of a query(inquire examin investigate)


    an annswer was originally an solemn assertion in opposotion to some
    one or something generally any counter statement.
    from oxford thesaurus - florian
  • hello everybody
    i want you to tell me how i can improve my oral
    i have problems with speaking english,i did a lot of mistakes while i have a goodd level but when i speak it s terribl
    can you help me ?
    Thinks
  • From nada21:
    hello everybody
    i want you to tell me how i can improve my oral
    i have problems with speaking english,i did a lot of mistakes while i have a goodd level but when i speak it s terribl
    can you help me ?
    Thinks

     

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