Write up work means?

I have just finished a practice test for Ielts, and I looked at the key. There is a question in listening part asking about what the speaker said for a course requirement. The question number 27 is what I want to ask about. It requires NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS. The speaker said: “Yes, that’s … Read more

Is it essential to use comma in a big number?

Is it necessary to use comma in a big number? For example, if anyone writes one million four hundred thousand and two as 1400002 instead of 1,400,002 on answer sheet of listening section of IELTS test, will it be considered incorrect? Thanks in advance. Answer I can’t say for certain if this is an authoritative … Read more

What’s the content of the conversation?

I practiced a TOEFL(simulation) test yesterday, and I came across this question (which is in the listening section) that says : https://www.mediafire.com/file/t9f0ev397vztmez/300.mp3 That’s the link to the audio file I downloaded from the TOEFL(simulation) test. The question goes like this: W : I can’t keep up with this car anymore. M : I know exactly … Read more

an unheared missing word

Somewhere, I have heard a sentence similar to: The main problem is the plagiarism exosinated by the Internet. Instead of the meaningless bold word, what English similar word will make sense? Answer I suspect the word you’re looking for is exacerbate: exacerbate VERB [WITH OBJECT] Make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse. ‘the … Read more

Bubble wrapped the brickles?

What does the guy say in the blank here? It sounds like “brickles.” “I packed up all the files and bubble wrapped the [].” Answer I guess that it’s breakables (i.e., fragile items, which would need bubble wrap as protection against shock/impact). AttributionSource : Link , Question Author : key_asdfg , Answer Author : Scott