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Vanessa Phillips


Sharing is caring

A phrase usually used or heard when eating. The phrase suggests that whatever you are eating must be shared with other because that means you are a caring person. This phrase can also be used to manipulate others into giving food or items away that they did not want to give away.


"Hey, that pizza looks way too big for one person to eat. We can share it. I mean, sharing is caring right?"


"That man gave away his lunch to a homesless person. He must be a very kind person. Sharing really is caring.


A phrase used when teaching young children that it is good to share what you have, whether it is toys or food, with others as a way to raise them to be caring and altruistic.


Most English students confuse "its" and "it's" from time to time!

"It's" as "it is"

It's can be the contraction (short form) for "It is".

It's nice outside. It's a pen. (It's in this case, can be followed by an "Adjective or a noun"

"It's" as "it has" (present perfect)

It's can also be the contraction for "It has" as a present perfect. You know that in present perfect you need the PP formation of the verb.

For example, It's been hard for him recently! (been is a PP of the verb is).

"Its" as a possessive adjective

Possessive adjectives show the possession of sb/sth.

It is my cat. "my" is a possessive adjective. It requires a Noun after that.

In this sentence:

I have a dog and this is its water bowl. It means the water bowl that belongs to the dog. Look at that cat. Its tail is orange! the cat's tail.

"Its" as a possessive pronoun

mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs

This group of pronouns is called possessive pronouns. They are considered nouns and can occupy their place. Look at the following examples:

That computer is mine. Where is my computer? Yours is over there.

That bone belongs to that dog. It's its. :)

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What does the abbreviation "wtm" stand for and how does one use it everyday conversation?

What does wtm stand for?

wtm stand for "What's the matter"

A question put forward when the speaker feels their conversational partner is not acting as they normally would or if said person outright states that things are not going as planned/happening in a pleasant way.

Some similar phrases include "whats up" and "whats happening"

Examples of when to use wtm


"hey bestie! Hows everything going today?!"

"is ok..."

"ok - wtm? You not acting like yourself? did something happen?"


"hey! how are you?"

"ug, its not going good, my friend"


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Is "correctiveness" a word that exists in English?

No, "correctiveness" isn't a word that exists in English.

The right word is "correctness"




  1. the quality or state of being free from error; accuracy.

    "there was evidence to support the correctness of the identification"

    • the quality of being right in an opinion or judgment.

      "he is trying to challenge the correctness of his criminal conviction"

    • conformity to accepted social standards.

      "the character was played with stuffy correctness"

Lourens Bester

Presant is simply the wrong spelling. Present is the right spelling.

Different uses of present

There are 3 ways to use present.

1) It refers to the present time (now) and is used as an adjective (it gives more meaning to a noun).

2) It is a gift for someone you like, in which case it's used as a noun.

3) It is used when some gives a presentation, like a lesson. In this case it would be a verb, or doing word.


1) "At present, Joe Biden is the president of the United States of America."

2) Tom could give his friend Harry a present: "Harry, I've bought you a Play Station 5, I hope you like your present.

3) A businessman would have to do a presentation to his boss, where he has to present (show) the latest sales statistics: "I will be presenting the latest sales statistics in our 3 o'clock meeting."


There is no such word as "presant", only "present" is correct.


What does ikkk mean?


“ik” means = I know

“ikkk” means = I knowwwwww


“ikkk” means:

“Ikkk” is like using I know (ik) but emphasizing that you really know something, or already know something, or are annoyed about the question! This is usually used on social media platforms like Snapchat, Instagram or TikTok.


Here you can imagine rolling your eyes in response to a question or statement:



Mom: Joel, I just want to remind you that you have a test tomorrow, I haven’t seen you study.

Joel: I knowwwwwww (eyes rolling)

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How to use “ik” and “ikkk” in different sentences?


Example 1 (in texting or on social media):

Sam: I see the weather is going to be rainy tomorrow, bring your umbrella.

Mike: ik, but thanks for the update


Example 2 (in texting or on social media):

Person 1: Did you see the Yankees beat the White Sox last night? That match was crazy.

Person 2: ikkk, I can’t believe the score.

Judith Seshoka

Thank You

used for telling someone that you are grateful for something that they have said or done.

say thank you

synonyms for say thank you · acknowledge · kiss · praise · bless · be grateful · be indebted · be obligated · be obliged · gratitude · recognition · acknowledgment · benediction · blessing · credit · grace · gratefulness

1. I’m so grateful.

Thanks is an expression of gratitude, so cut to the chase. Tell someone you’re grateful for whatever way in which they’ve helped you, and go into detail about exactly what they did to personalize your message.

2. I appreciate it.

It’s always nice to feel appreciated. When someone does something to help you out or make your life easier, be sure to say how much it means to you that they went out of their way to help.

3. Thanks for your hard work on this.

Don’t just offer colleagues and collaborators a run-of-the-mill thanks. Letting them know how much you appreciate the specific efforts they’ve made will help them feel seen and create a positive working relationship.

4. I couldn’t have done it without you.

If you couldn’t have made something happen without another person’s help, then they should definitely know that! Don’t hold back in telling them how vital they are.

5. I owe you one.

Sometimes the only way to truly appreciate a favor is by returning it. This “thank you” alternative lets them know you plan to do just that.

6. Much obliged. 

Obliged means “appreciative or grateful.” It’s especially handy for a quick but courteous email or text sign-off that still expresses thanks in a meaningful way.

7. Thanks for having my back.

Sometimes the best thing someone else can do for you is be in your corner when you need support. Thanking them for being there is a way to let them know how much it means to you.

8. Please accept my deepest gratitude.

Giving thanks in a more formal setting? This one is perfect for a professional letter, important speech, or in a thank-you note.

Tap into more ways to express your gratitude here.

9. I have to give credit where it’s due.

Let’s be honest: we all love getting credit for the good things we do. Credit is “commendation or honor given for some action, quality, etc.” When we thank someone, we’re giving them their earned credit for something they did, and it’s a gesture we should make often.

10. This has been such a blessing.

We tend to think of a blessing as a favor or gift bestowed by God, but a blessing can also be “a special favor, mercy, or benefit.” Letting someone know their kind gesture or effort was a blessing is a way of letting them know you are thankful for the gift of their time, energy, and thoughtfulness.

11. I can’t thank you enough.

Sometimes a simple “thanks” won’t cut it. In those instances, let them know the words may be inadequate, but the depth of your gratitude is not.

12. Cheers.

Cheers isn’t just something we say when we’re giving a toast. It’s also a unique and quick way of saying “thanks.” Try it next time you’re at a party or other social event where a lighthearted expression of gratitude is needed.

13. That’s so kind of you.

One way of thanking someone is telling them how their gesture felt to you: kind. By telling someone how kind they’ve been, you let them know you see their favors as coming from the heart.

14. Much appreciated.

If you need to say thanks in a big way but on a small scale, go with “much appreciated.” This one is perfect for a quick email, text, or even a brief conversation.

15. Thank you for taking the time to do this.

When people go out of their way to do something nice or help out, they’re also giving the gift of their time. We only get so much of that, so thank them for using some of their time to make your life easier.

A synonym is a word, morpheme, or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word, morpheme, or phrase in a given language. For example, in the English language, the words begin, start, commence, and initiate are all synonyms of one another: they are synonymous.

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What is the difference between Spanish and Spaniard?

Spaniard is a noun. It is the demonym for individuals from the country of Spain

e.g. “That Spaniard is my husband - he is from Spain.” or “There are a few Spaniards on the train at the moment.”

Spanish is both a noun and an adjective, depending on context. As an adjective, Spanish refers to the description of Spaniards or description of anything related to Spain.

e.g. “My father is Spanish - he is a Spaniard.” or “I have Spanish ancestry - my father is from Spain.” or “My favorite food is paella which is a famous Spanish rice dish.”

As a noun,

Spanish refers to the language that originates from Spain is is widely spoken as a native language in much of Latin America (excepting Brazil).

My neighbor is Colombian - she speaks Spanish.”

“My father is Spanish - he is a Spaniard.” or “I have Spanish ancestry - my father is from Spain.”

“That Spaniard is my husband - he is from Spain.”

Spaniard is a noun. It is the demonym for individuals from the country of Spain

e.g. “That Spaniard is my husband - he is from Spain.” or “There are a few Spaniards on the train at the moment.”

Spanish is both a noun and an adjective, depending on context. As an adjective, Spanish refers to the description of Spaniards or description of anything related to Spain.

Tanita Malan

Available is often used as an adjective to describe the status of someone or something.

It can mean:

  • To be ready for use

  • To be accessible

  • To be free of time or not occupied or being used

  • To not be in a relationship


  • I used the car that was available at the time.

  • The meeting room is available right now.

  • Please do not tell anybody I am available to date yet. I need some time.

Use this word to describe that something is free to be used etc.

Zoe Z.

Touché (pronounced tuːˈʃeɪ "too-shay") is a French word that is used in the English language. Its origins come from the sport of Fencing, where a "touché" means that you've successfully touched your opponent (and scored a point) with your weapon.

In English conversation, however, it has nothing to do with fencing.

It is an expression of acknowledgement to someone's witty remark, perhaps in an argument. It often is said in a tone similar to "Good/fair point." or "I guess you're right." and is usually used in a casual way.

For example:

A: I hate ordering food delivery, it takes too long.

B: We only ordered because you were too lazy to cook.

A: Touché. I'll wait patiently then.


A: That shirt is way too big for you.

B: You're the one who bought it for me!

A: Touché.


A: My sister never does the dishes.

B: Even when she does, you complain that she doesn't do it well.
A: Touché. We should just get a dishwasher.

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YKTV is the acronym meaning "you know the vibes". It is popular on all social media platforms.

When using yktv, it usually shows your acknowledgment
of mutual(same) feelings between two or more people.

Use YKTV to respond to your friends when asked "what's up" (what you're doing).

YKTV also indicates to friends or followers your usual, daily routine (often posted on social media).

Social Media Slang #YKTV

"you know the vibes" is similar to:

"you know how it is"

"you know what's up"

Example Dialogue:

K: What's up bro?

Pop: Getting ready for the show tonight bro, YKTV.

K: Awesome!

Pop: Yeah...You coming right?

K: You bet!

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Nostalgic is a word often used in English conversation, though it is quite advanced, it is important to understand the correct meaning. In order to understand this word, it is important to first look at "nostalgia," the noun from which "nostalgic" is formed. Nostalgia is a feeling of longing towards a certain memory or moment from your past, this can be brought on by anything that reminds you of that memory, such as an old toy, a certain smell, or even a place you haven't visited for a while. It is the feeling you might get when you think of a very happy memory from your childhood, or look through old photos taken during a happy time in your life

"Nostalgic" is when a specific item or moment gives you the feeling of nostalgia. It is often because this item reminds you of a happier time or perhaps of a very fond memory from your childhood.

"It was so nostalgic seeing my old friends again." Here, seeing friends who you have not seen in a long time, gave the individual the feeling of nostalgia.

"This dish is so nostalgic, I remember when my mother use to make it for me after school." Here the person is referring to a specific dish, which reminds him of his childhood, which then brings the feeling of nostalgia.

Nostalgic is a very good word to use when disucssing happy memories and times from your past.


The meaning of this phrase is as per below

This American slang denotes as follows:

Get a load of this guy, means "have a look at this man/boy" or

notice what this man/boy is doing. It also denotes surprise or exclamation, as the man/boy may be doing something shocking or controversial

Get a load of this guy used as:

Get a load of this guy playing hockey: did you see his amazing goal?

Get a load of this guy walking naked and drunk in the middle of the road

Get a load of this guy eating as much as he can in one hour to win the trophy

Get a load of this guy flirting with the other guy's wife

Used to show surprise or shock, which can denote good or bad, positive or negative.

Ryan Nicanor


TYSM is an abbreviation that stands for "thank you so much". It is normally used when someone is going to express his/her gratitude, especially through electronic text, social media platforms, or even in a traditional way of writing.

Dave Lee

First, be sure to use the word “bear.” (Bare means naked/without clothes!)

“Bear with me” is a request for patience.

For example, you may be giving a presentation and your computer screen freezes. You can say, “Please bear with me while I try to load the next slide.”

“Bear with me” is a common expression which means, “Be patient with me.“

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The adverb genuinely describes something done in a way that's real and true.

When you say something genuinely, you're honest. If you're genuinely worried about your friend getting hurt on her motorcycle, you'll beg her to wear a helmet. One theory about the origin of genuinely is that it comes from the Latin word for "knee," genu, referencing a custom of a father acknowledging his paternity by holding his baby on his knee.

Where did the word genuinely originate from?

From Latin genuinus (“innate, native, natural”), from gignere, from Old Latin genere (“to beget, produce”); see genus.

How to use genuinely in a sentence

  • ''I genuinely did not know what to do.''

  • He seemed genuinely offended that she might have thought he’d stolen her notebook, but he still seemed friendly.

  • I watch her walk all slumped over and sad, and I guess she is genuinely sad.

  • If your friend is genuinely thrilled about your plan to backpack across China next summer, she means it.

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What is the meaning id wdym?

WDYM stands for “what do you mean?” It’s an acronym used in online chats and social media websites to ask someone to explain a message you don’t understand. It is less commonly spelled as “WYM” or “what you mean?” Like other acronyms that gained popularity in the age of direct messaging, people usually write it in the lowercase “wdym” instead of the uppercase.

For example, if your friend tells you, “Did you do the homework yet?” and you didn’t know that there was any homework at all, you might reply with “WDYM?” This allows you to express your confusion succinctly

Leandri Lombaard

What does brother-in-law mean in English?
We use the word brother-in-law when your sibling has a husband. The husband will be related to you by means of marriage. The husband is called the brother-in-law.

What is an in-law?

When you are married, your partner's relatives becomes your relatives. We use the term "in-laws" when referring to your partner's entire family.

  • When you are talking about the family in general, you will refer to them as your "in-laws".

  • When you are referring to you partner's mother, she will become your "mother-in-law".

  • When you are referring to your partner's father, he become your "father-in-law".

Can you guess what you will call the sister of your partner?

Why do we use a hyphen in the word?

To connect two or more compound words with one another.

More examples of hyphenated words:

  • Ex-girlfriend

  • Number names from 21-99 (EXCEPT 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and all numbers above 99)

  • check-in

Estefhany Medina

Bruh girl is a term commonly used to describe a person who is a woman/girl that’s not considered “girly”

We commonly use bruh girl as a slang term to say that someone does not act “girly”. By girly I am referring to a girl who is not careful/delicate, and will often times use terms like bruh or dude, instead of cute terms. They also don’t act cute but instead more rough and tough.

bruh girl is not a bad term, it is simply used to say in between friends when someone is not considered really cute or delicate


What does bbg mean?

BBG is an acronym that could mean two things:

BBG = beautiful baby girl.

This can be referred to as a grown-up person (female) that you love and you call her "your bbg"


This can be referred to as an actual baby, which is a girl and you would call her "your bbg"

BBG = better be going

This is a nice or polite way to end a telephone or actual conversation that might otherwise continue.

You would say - "Nice chatting with you John, but bbg", usually when texting.

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Example 1: when texting

Person 1: I love you, babe

Person 2: 💓 - beating heart emoji BBG

Example 1: when texting
"Nice chatting with you John, BBG!"

Kathryn Saleem

'Thank you very much' is the correct way to say thank you.

'Thanks you very much' is incorrect.

Expressing gratitude

You can say 'Thank you very much' in a social setting when speaking, or you can write 'Thank you very much' at the end of an email or text message.


You can say:

  • 'Thank you.'

  • 'Thank you very much.'

  • 'Thanks'

  • 'Thanks a lot'

Remember one word only

It is never correct to say 'Thanks you very much', but it is correct to say 'Thanks'

Remember that it is always 'Thank you' when you add 'very much'

'Thank you very much for reading'

Jack Moon

'In/into the thick of it' is a very common English phrase.


The phrase 'in the thick of it' implies that one is fully involved in an activity and not merely a bystander or spectator. If someone who is not involved becomes involved, then they move 'into' the thick of it.

Examples of activities that someone could be 'in the thick of' could include: conflicts (local or global), team-based sports, political protests.

  • "Did you attend the demonstration?"

    "Oh yes, I was right there in the thick of the action!"

  • A fight broke out during the soccer match. Steve was in the thick of it as usual!

  • "Did your grandad fight in World War 2?"

    "Yes, he spent a year on the frontline in the thick of it all."


This is a very common phrase that can be applied to many different situations. Using this phrase in conversation (or similar phrases) can have the effect of making you sound a lot more local and more like a native speaker.

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Gaslight gatekeep girlboss what is the difference?


Psychological manipulation of a person usually over an extended period of time that causes the victim to question the validity of their own thoughts and perception of reality. Often the gaslighter causes confusion by warping memories and eventually causes a loss of confidence and self-esteem in the victim and a dependency on the perpetrator.


A gatekeeper is someone that tends or guards a gate. They control access or entry. Can also refer to a health-care professional (as a primary care physician) who regulates access especially to hospitals and specialists. In a nutshell, it is someone who gives permission to have access to a building, event or physical object.


Girlboss denotes a successful woman whose success is defined in opposition to the masculine business world we live in. A confident, capable woman who pursues her own ambitions instead of working for others or otherwise settling in life.

Dariia Dei

Bear with me means "be patient, tolerate me".

past tense bore US/bɔr, boʊr/ | past participle borne US/bɔrn, boʊrn/

It is used when the interlocutor asks to be lenient to him, to listen to him calmly and to be patient with him. It is a polite way.

Many students confuse this word with "bare", because "bear" and "bare" are homophones. But "bare" means "uncover". So "bare with me" is inappropriate.

And also it has nothing to do with the animal :)

Bear with me while I tell you what is going on.

Ben couldn't bear it any longer, so he quit his job.

If you bear with me for a 5 minutes, I will sign this for you.

Kylie Reymondez

These two are considered as slang words in American English. Actually most people use them interchangeably with no difference.

Perhaps they do not know the slight difference between these two words. Here I explain them in detail.

Bougie /-boozhee-/

This one refers to someone who pretends prosperity. They usually show off on social media and try to act like a millionaire or someone with luxurious cars or villas . This is not their real economic class or we call 'old money '.

Boujee /- boogee-/

This one indicates someone who really is in a higher economic class than others . They can actively earn their own money. They are popular but no need to pretend 😅

They may be Rap or pop singers with expensive brand clothing and luxurious cars.

Everyone knows them and they are rich due to their talents or work. call as 'new money'.


I really want to experience a boujee life.

She is the influencer on Instagram with her bougie friends 

Bougie or boujee

There is not a big difference between bougie and boujee. They are used widely among people. However, the above mentioned text clarifies some minutia.

Estefhany Medina

The correct way to spell the plural of 'leaf' is 'leaves', if you are talking about the definition of leaf as a noun.

Leaves is the grammatically correct way to spell the plural word of the noun leaf

We can use leafs, only if we add the apostrophe which indicates possession as 'leaf's'. That is, something belongs to the leaf, however, grammatically speaking the correct way to spell it is leaves, if you are referring to there being more than one leaf. This is because many nouns that end in "f", most of the time have "ves" changed and added towards the end, replacing the "f" ending.

There are however some instances where "leafs" is used when "leaf" is used as a verb (the act of flipping a page). Even though, it is not commonly used, it is still worth noting that in this case it would be appropriate to use to indicate that "she/he leafs through the book".

Examples of how to use the plural tense 'leaves' as a noun:

  • Fall has just begun, you can see all the leaves change color

  • It is such a hassle having to pick up all of the leaves on my porch every morning.

The plural tense of "leaf" should be pronounced as "leaves"

However, even though it is grammatically incorrect sometimes we also tend to pronounce it as "leafs", but it should always be spelled out as "leaves".

Laura Stumpf Manary

"IMK" or "imk" is an acronym for "In my knowledge" that is used in text messaging or online in informal situations. It's like saying, "As far as I know", "My understanding is," "As I see it," or "Personally, I think..."

It indicates that the person is sharing information based on their personal experience and understanding of the topic. The speaker is pretty confident about the information they are sharing, but they are not 100% certain that they are correct.

"IMK" vs. "LMK"

"IMK" looks very similar to "LMK" but they have different meaning and cannot be used interchangeably. "LMK" stands for "Let me know." When the "L" is lowercase (l) it looks like a capital "i" (I), so pay attention to context to determine if "Imk" stands for "in my knowledge" or "let me know."


Imk, you should plan to get to the airport 2 hours early.

No, it will be really busy because of the holiday. You better go 3 hours early.

What's the quickest way to get to the mall from here?

Well, imk, it's usually quicker to take the back roads than the highway, but you should check your GPS.



The word "couple" refers to two of the same thing. It can refer to things, people, or time like hours, minutes, and seconds.

When we talk about time, we can use the phrase "a couple of hours" when something is going to happen within two hours or after two hours.


  • It's one pm and the class starts at three pm, hurry!!! We only have a couple of hours to finish the project!

  • I don't think the meeting will be very long. We only have a couple of hours left before the office closes.


The word "few" is used to emphasize how small a number is or a group of people.

When we use the phrase "a few hours" we mean something is going to happen within three or more hours or after three or more hours.


  • It's only noon now so we have a few hours before I have to meet James for dinner later this evening.

  • We don't have to rush our shopping. It's only ten o'clock in the morning, so there are still a few hours until I have to be back home this afternoon at four o'clock.


“You’ve got this” is a phrase used to encourage someone. It means you can do it, you have the skills, know-how, or ability to be successful in the given situation.

Situations where you might say this is if your friend is going to a job interview, and he says he’s nervous. You might remind him of how he qualifies for the job, like his education or experience, and end your encouragement with the phrase “you’ve got this”. Or maybe your friend is shy but wants to talk to a person at a party. You might remind them how fun you think they are, or any of their good qualities, tell them to be themselves because “you’ve got this”. They don’t need to worry because they are a nice or good person; so they know how to treat other people.

I wouldn’t use this phrase with with just anyone, anytime. I’d suggest using it with people you know they actually do in fact have the relevant skill or experience for the situation. And since it is a bit casual and informal, I would not use it in a professional setting.

“you’ve got this” is a positive, encouraging statement meant to help someone feel more confident about themselves. It’s very common in American English.

Gloria Rosenberg

'Cringy' is an informal word that's used to say that something is pathetic, cheesy or embarrassing.

Origins of the word

The word 'cringy' is related to the word 'cringe', which means to grimace or feel embarrassment on behalf of someone else (when someone else does something embarrassing, you might cringe because their embarrassing action makes you feel uncomfortable).

So then, 'cringy' is the adjective used to describe the embarrassing action or thing which makes you cringe.

Variations and word building

This word can also be written as 'cringey'.

Being an adjective, we can also write it in its comparative and superlative forms, 'cringier' and 'cringiest'.


  • The park was full of pre-teen girls recording cringy dance videos.

  • Will Dad ever realise just how cringy that cowboy hat is?

  • It was as if he'd collected all the cringiest songs ever written into one playlist.

  • The class party was lame enough, but when the teacher decided to put on karaoke from the 2000's it got even cringier.