Words & Wordplay's questions - Japanese iziqna

What did he mean?

Which word is correct?

7 answers · 12 hours ago
If any problem happens, notify us immediately so we (will / can / could) come and sort things out. Thanks!

cus my gram told me that

Best answer: Answer D. Ja-ko-bee is how I'd pronounce it. If you use a c instead of a k, people will be tempted to say Jacob, then with ee sound at the end.

I was watching the Gilmore Girls and Richard uses the phrase ‘fit as a fiddle’.. So a fiddle is a violin.. but what has a violin got to do with one’s health? Thanks

What is meant by "twice monthly"?

26 answers · 4 days ago

Which is correct?

9 answers · 1 day ago
Best answer: No "at" is needed. When he was a teenager, his curfew was 9 p.m. ... or nine o'clock

English: Is this sentence correct?

6 answers · 12 hours ago
"The Japanese and Korean are always promoting their local products. Buhamesians, however, are to the contrary." It's the last sentence I'm not sure if it's grammatically correct

Best answer: Moola, dough, green or scratch.

Best answer: It means he has to work for the money he does get. He is trying to live within his means and do what is best for your family. You have a smart dad. He knows the diffetence between a want and a need. Pay attention to him. One day you'll thank him.

Hi. I am man in my 50s. When I was in my teens I visited a petting farm. I noticed a small family consisting of a mom, dad, and their toddler son. The son was petting a cow. After a few minutes the dad pointed towards a bull that was standing a couple of meters away in another section of the fenced area and said to... show more

Best answer: I am being laughed at BY (not "on") him.

Best answer: He watched her stomp away, shaking his head and sighing heavily as she disappeared around the corner. (or down the hall, or through the door ...)

What is a nicer word for "forced"?

5 answers · 2 days ago

and where in the US is igt predominantly said?

What does maseltoff mean?

5 answers · 1 day ago
Best answer: The word is Mazel Tov, a Yiddish and Hebrew term for "congratulations."