Question Hi, there Could you help me with some questions? Please! 1) Do you say "too much of a coincidence" or "a coincidence too many"? 2) Why do you say too good a job, but too much OF a difference? When should I use of? 3) Does it sound odd to use "up high" in this sentence? "Keep it somewhere up high, so kids can't get at it"? Or "high up"? What's the difference between up high and high up? 4) On a TV show called the middle, I came across this dialogue: "When I said we'll probably suck at the escape room, they're supposed to say, "No, you'll do great. " That's the social contract. "Do I look fat in these jeans?" "No, you look great. " Social contract. Yeah. You said we're dumb, and she pig-piled on it." What does "pig pilled on it" mean? Thank you!!!!
Jan 29, 2017 8:51 PM
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January 29, 2017
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