Words & Wordplay's questions - Korean iziqna

How is it cumming or coming?

6 answers · 3 hours ago
Best answer: "I am coming soon to theaters" is the correct way. Cumming means you are having an orgasm and ejaculating semen aka cüm.

Best answer: Just 'wake' sounds a little more formal than 'wake up'. But there is no difference in meaning, and both may be Transitive (I woke her early) or Intransitive (I woke early).

Ariana Ariyanna Aureyanna Aryana Aureaunna

Best answer: It means that you have to give up part of the dream because it cannot be done along with all the other parts of the dream. You give up part, to get part. that is the idea of compromise: give a little, get a little. It isn't quite an abandonment as a recognition of reality. Almost no one ever fulfills their... show more

he has this weird mind power where when he touches people he can see some of their memories and and maybe something bad that’s going to happen to them and feel their emotions and he falls in love with this girl after saving her from being hit by a car despite being afraid to touch people after acccidentally killing... show more

Which spelling do you like better?

6 answers · 5 hours ago
Alisha or Alicia Kelsey or Kelsea Krystal or Crystal Mackenzie or McKenzie Michaela or Mikayla

What does 'to you' mean here?

6 answers · 5 hours ago
One of my old teachers sent me a message ending 'Mr C, but Stephen to you!' What does 'to you' mean in this context? (I have long left school now!)

Best answer: "Ran" is the simple past. "Run" is the past participle, used when you also have an auxiliary verb like "have."

Best answer: No. It me...your nightly guest.

Best answer: Like you. Think highly of you.

Best answer: It could refer to any sport where goals are scored. Soccer, ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, polo, water polo, handball. In American football, the field goal is just one way to score points, by kicking the ball between the goal posts. Scoring by crossing the goal line is called something different (touchdown). ... show more

Best answer: Vote for Bernie

Best answer: They are similar, but sentence B. seems like the speaker is surprised and annoyed at the discrepancy between what the speaker thought and what actually happened. Sentence A. sounds like the speaker is pleasantly surprised at the discrepancy.