Words & Wordplay's questions - Vietnamese iziqna


I have checked the definition, however, if someone said to you. You exceeded the pass mark of a test would that mean you did a little better than the pass mark or went above and beyond and aced it?

Best answer: An expression of thanks for an kind action, or a kind word , advice. Or it could even be a gift . It is something that is of great value for the receiver that will benefit the person, emotionally, physically or materially.

That may not be such a SWELL idea. That may not be such a DANDY idea. That may not be such a NIFTY idea.

'What's up bud?'


Best answer: Repent is metanoia in Greek. It always means to change your mind. A person can change their mind about unbelief, and believe in Jesus. That is the repentance that saves. A person could change their mind about sin and turn from it. But that is not part of salvation. They should for other reasons, obviously. ... show more


Best answer: The words mean suggests that the writer thinks you are a wimp and either physically weak for getting sick and/or mentally weak for not coming into work anyway. The smiley face suggest that they are "just kidding". Some people will kid to lighten the mood and make you laugh, while others will say... show more


What is wrong with these sentences?

6 answers · 11 hours ago
He ain’t done nothing yet. He has not done nothing yet.


Best answer: force does not resolve the conflict. It seems to, but no one changes their mind from it. No one. So, you can fight, but it solves nothing. It just feels good if you win. But what did you win? A physical match. Did you win the argument? No. So, it takes a "big" person to walk away from the... show more

Best answer: A gold digger seeks to get her/his share and then some whereas a person wanting financial security seeks only what is necessary to meet her/his needs and desires.

What does the word Tithe mean?

21 answers · 6 days ago


What is LITTERALLY the opposite of "a needle in a haystack"? Like a reverse would be of "a needle in a haystack". An example would be "a needlestack in a _______ ". Or something along those lines, the question is... What would fill up the blank?

Which sentence correct?

5 answers · 1 day ago
Best answer: The last seems the best of the three, but you might also try: What kind of tasks will the creator/director address?



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