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He's making a quiz, and checking it twice Identify the word pairs with a common ancestor.

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Can you spell these 10 commonly misspelled words? Definition of would like.

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Words at Play Is it 'Grifter' or 'Grafter'? Ask the Editors Word of the Year: Literally How to use a word that literally drives some people nuts. She said that she would be there at 7 p. The first usage we will examine is about willingness — or lack of it.

Listen to two examples. The first is about the future:. Now, imagine that the speaker asked their cousin, and the cousin was unwilling.

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In addition to people, this usage also applies to things. But, we often express the malfunctioning of cars, computers and other machines in this way.

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In Part 1, we told you that English speakers often use indirect language to be polite. Indirect language can also soften the sometimes-critical sound of opinions, suggestions or reactions. One example is in reported speech, as you may recall from Part 1. The same is true when we talk about refusal to do something: I will give you examples.