Hélcio Fernandes

Joined: July 21, 2013

Number of comments posted: 6

Number of votes received: 3

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Re: “in regards to”  •  July 22, 2013, 7:10am  •  0 vote

I also usually use "regarding". It's shorter and leaves no room for doubt. "As to" is also a better option imo, unless you really want to sound pompous or something.

Re: Five eggs is too many  •  July 22, 2013, 7:06am  •  1 vote

I would dig a little deeper into that, once English is the liveliest language in the world, therefore, its grammar and vocabulary is in constant change and updating. I take it from my own personal exp

Re: Same difference  •  July 22, 2013, 6:51am  •  0 vote

I had never heard it being used like that.. but i can think of an example where it kind of fits: Why were both our answers different from the answer sheet's? Same difference: we both used the wron

Re: “There can be only one” or “there can only be one”?  •  July 21, 2013, 1:39pm  •  1 vote

I know "only" is being used as an adjective here, I'm sorry.. but its instinctual.

Re: “There can be only one” or “there can only be one”?  •  July 21, 2013, 1:37pm  •  1 vote

I would go with "There can be only one" since it is usually true that adverbs usually go AFTER the verb TO BE as in "There IS only one choice", unlike "She only STUDIES in the evening"

Re: “would of” instead of “would have” or “would’ve”  •  July 21, 2013, 11:04am  •  0 vote

Let me give you all a perspective from an EFL teacher in Rio, Brazil, where PORTUGUESE (NOT Spanish) is spoken. Students of English in Brazil, students who learn English as a second language, who mo