Does ‘handicap’ and ‘disability’ mean the same? 1. For instance, would you say: a) ‘a mental handicap’; b) ‘a motor handicap’ 2. And would you say: a) ‘a mental disability’; b) ‘a motor disability’.
[ Languages ] Open Question : Consecutive and subsequent what is the difference between these words. I can’t understand as it translates from my language as the same.?
Consecutive and subsequent what is the difference between these words. I can’t understand as it translates from my language as the same. Could you explain difference on the imaginable situation. Thanks in advance
[ Languages ] Open Question : CAN SOMEONE HELP WITH ITALIAN HOMEWORK Sentence: Mi piace l’insalata. PROBLEMS?
Example: a me / piace / l’insalata Turns into this sentence: Mi piace l’insalata. I need to turn the following into a sentence like the one above 1. Olga e Tina / non piacere / la zuppa 2. a te / non bastare / le zucchine / per la pasta 3. a voi / Maria…
1. How do you this ‘€1400’ in speech? Is it: a) “one thousand and four hundred Euros” Or b) “fourteen hundred Euros” 2. If both are correct, which is the most common way of saying?
[ Languages ] Open Question : Is it possible to reach CLB Level 7 on TCF Canada Test in under 2 years?
Since that the last time I was learning French was during high school and that was 3 years ago, therefore my French proficiency is pretty much elementary, I guess that would help by making my start a little easier. I’m willing to invest a day per week during school time and much more time on…
Consider the following sentence: “How TO MANIFEST everything you want without havng to believe that it will work” Does the verb ‘to manifest’ mean ‘to get’ or ‘to make it real”?