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  1. Thank you!

    Thank you!
  2. entry-level job

    Hi,

    Our team is about to launch a new project and is seeking new team members. We'd like to post a job adver with the following line in it:

    This is an entry-level job offer that is designated...
  3. to strike a rich literary vein.

    Hi there,

    How would you refer to someone who possesses extensive experience in writing literary works, who is confortable coining new phrases like a writer.

    Does the following expression have...
  4. 5th grader - We took an exam, took a test, wrote a test?

    Hi,

    What is the most common way to call the test elementary school students are assessed with? What would a student around 5th grader tell his mates, I doubt that it'd be:

    - What did you get...
  5. upsides and downsides

    Hi,

    Which sentence would you be more likely to use to talk about your last holiday experience?

    What are the upsides and downsides of going on holiday to Paris?

    What are the pros and cons of...
  6. Re: International association of philanthropy

    Thank you for your reply. However fdb, how can you judge something you hardly know anything about? The description of the goal of the organization was rather brief and to the point so that can assist...
  7. International association of philanthropy

    Hi,

    I am seeking a proper English title for an association I got involved in, the one I came up with is this:

    International association of philanthropy

    The objective of the above...
  8. career starters

    Hi,

    We'd like to put up an advert and we're looking for career starters, people who have just graduated from university. Do you think the beginning of an advert below would do the job?

    - We are...
  9. Their market leading product is suit

    Hi,

    I got a bit confused by plurals and singulars here, which one would you be more likely to say to describe their profile is making suits?

    - Their market leading product is suit

    - Their...
  10. competitively priced products.

    Hi,

    I'm translating a text from Hungarian to English and I got a bit puzzled by one of the sentences and I came up with the following solution. How do you like the italicized part? Is it...
  11. Re: You have a good head on your shoulders

    Oh yeah I thought they were somehow related but I just figured they were not after poking around a bit to find out what the correct meaning was.

    Thanks anyway,

    Best,
  12. You have a good head on your shoulders

    Hi,

    How often do you get to hear "You have a good head on your shoulders" in your neck of the woods? I think I have heard people saying you're a good sport but it's quite dated isn't it?

    Best,...
  13. Re: - We would be interested in shoes "corresponding" to seasons

    Thank you!
  14. We would be interested in shoes "corresponding" to seasons

    Hi,

    I would like to contact a shoe manufacturer and ask him to submit a quote for shoes. The point is that we would be interested in shoes "corresponding" to that particular season when I want to...
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    Thread: scan the car

    by Egoexpress

    Re: scan the car

    Thanks everybody for the help!
  16. in forum English Only

    Thread: scan the car

    by Egoexpress

    Re: scan the car

    Not that I mind being recognised as a non native, but what words would you be inclined to say apart from "give it a good look over" as suzi br suggested?
  17. in forum English Only

    Thread: scan the car

    by Egoexpress

    Re: scan the car

    You're right, I was going to add another sentence, like.

    - I think we're going to have to replace the spark plugs and air filter and I have some other concerns as well with the suspension. Can you...
  18. in forum English Only

    Thread: scan the car

    by Egoexpress

    Re: scan the car

    My own sentence? You mean the use of "scan" in the above? Well I heard a non native saying that and I was wondering how I would phrase it.
  19. in forum English Only

    Thread: scan the car

    by Egoexpress

    scan the car

    Hi,

    I'm going to take my clapped out old banger known as VW Polo for an MOT and I want the car mechanic to make sure everything's alright aside from the known issues. Does the verb "scan" fit in...
  20. Re: I was wondering if you came across it by any chance?

    Thanks very much for the help!
  21. Re: messed up my hair

    Thanks Filsmith,

    Suppose I would like to report what had happened, I am looking for other verbs to replace "mess up" in the above context.

    Best,
  22. Re: messed up my hair

    What If wanted to be a bit more formal than that?

    Thanks for the help!
  23. I was wondering if you came across it by any chance?

    Hi,

    I've lost my phone charger and I wanted to email my mates to inquire whether they found it or not.

    - I was wondering if you came across it by any chance?

    or

    - I was wondering if you...
  24. messed up my hair

    Hi,

    Suppose you've been to your hairdresser, and this time she messed up your hair, you didn't get you had expected.

    I'm looking a colloquial way to replace "mess up my hair part".

    Best,
    ...
  25. I added you to my calendar

    Hi,

    Suppose you work as a hairdresser, you receive a phone call, one of your clients wants to make an appointment for a cetain day, you open your calendar, find the slot available and what would...
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