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  • Tuktilar
    08.01.2020 at 07:03
    How long is the stopover? How long has she been sick? Only first 10 results shown. go to Academic Words - - English Collocations Academic English Words List and Example Sentences Example sentences with the how long, a sentence example for how long, and how to make how long in sample sentence, how do I use the word how long in a sentence? Reply
  • Zulkilabar
    05.01.2020 at 19:39
    Jan 11,  · How long does nicotine stay in your system? Medically reviewed by Alan Carter, PharmD. After smoking a cigarette, nicotine and its by-products stay . Reply
  • Tujind
    12.01.2020 at 10:01
    How long + have + (you, they, I, we) + been + verb + ing? 1. How long have they been playing? 2. How long have you been waiting? 3. How long have you been reading? 4. How long have they been sleeping? 5. How long have I been writing? 6. How long have I been singing? 7. How long have I been working? 8. How long have they been standing? 9. Reply
  • Branris
    07.01.2020 at 18:23
    May 01,  · Spending a long time in a hospital bed leads to muscle mass loss. Patients will be weak and muscle will take time to build up again. Some people will need physiotherapy to walk again. Reply
  • Tokinos
    12.01.2020 at 10:01
    Long definition, having considerable linear extent in space: a long distance; a long handle. See more. Reply
  • Guzil
    13.01.2020 at 08:31
    Nov 19,  · Many fear it will take a long time to see improvements in health and well-being, but the timeline for seeing real benefits is faster than most people realize. Reply
  • JoJorisar
    04.01.2020 at 18:25
    How long is the Great Wall of China? ¿Cuánto mide la Muralla China? ¿cómo de largo? loc adv locución adverbial: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como adverbio ("en vilo", "de seguido", "a quemarropa"). ¿Cómo de larga es la Muralla China? Reply
  • Dourisar
    10.01.2020 at 10:37
    Long, (Chinese: “dragon”) in Chinese mythology, a type of majestic beast that dwells in rivers, lakes, and oceans and roams the skies. Originally a rain divinity, the Chinese dragon, unlike its malevolent European counterpart (see dragon), is associated with heavenly beneficence and fecundity. Rain. Reply

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