Both grey and gray are qualified by almost the same meaning.
• Grey is the British way of spelling the word for the colour between black and white.
Gray is the same colour but the spelling way of that word in American English.
"Did you come here to talk me to death?" snapped Junia frustrated.
DO I need a comma after JUNIA
A staighto a little drugs are good you need to live a bit before you die
because English sucks!
“This card can be used in any store”
If there is mistake please fix it for me
Nag, shrew, old bitty, ball and chain, wench. I don't think most wives are these terms but some are.
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?
Fifty, sixty years ago, all of them would have been heard. Today, you MIGHT hear 'swell'. Those synonyms for 'good', 'wise' or 'smart' are long-outdated.
i found a word "advanced" in Opera Mini's setting. is it a verb or adjective?