Sandra Bachan wrote:Hello,
Apart from an interest in Quantum Physics, would also like to know more about Human Anthropology.
Can you recommend any simple books?
Monu Tripathi wrote:Are these tests only for the troubled?
Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:He thinks it would not be a bad idea to try to counteract those effects somehow, although he doesn't say how.
Vishal Hegde wrote:Hi guys i have an ignorant side within me whenever i read some book i miss som evital words and do get confused later..Can anybody suggest me how to get rid of it or atleast minimize it and how to improvise my logical reasoning
Greg Charles wrote:That is sort of creepy. Obviously, they're trying to get you to look at the ad in the first place with the bare legs. Then you'll think, hey, maybe if I die, sexy young girls will come to cry on my grave. But then by the content of the ad, that's supposed to my daughter. So, yeah, sort of creepy.
Jyoti Vaskar wrote:
John Smith wrote:
Jyoti Vaskar wrote:what is that you most love?
Java, beautiful women, warm weather, and myself.
I'd make my question more specific!
What is that 1 thing you most love in your life??
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:
John Smith wrote:What if the last name ends with an "es", such as Chaves? Would that be "Both Chaves' went to get coffee?"
Chaveses. At that point, I would reword the sentence to avoid the scenario entirely - just to avoid confusion.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:In the event this is a serious question, just the last name would be made plural not both. For example "Both John Smiths went to get coffee."