insatiable: adj. /ɪnˈseɪ.ʃə.bl ̩/ (especially of a desire or need) too great to be satisfiedHow to pronounce: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/insatiable-I am with an insatiable desire to learn English.- Another ice cream? You are insatiable.insatiably: adv. /ɪnˈseɪ.ʃə.bli/Read more…
Iam new in this site,I want to learn new english words........and how to use them.I usually check dictionary.
hi thank you for craeting this group i hope ican learn new words here.
Noone is perfect. I also was corrected many many times... (See here http://www.busuu.com/user/1441154)
I still need corrections.
Good try, Truong! :)
Just a small correction because the second part of your sentence needs a verb.
It's rain in a few minutes, otherwise (in other case; if it didn't rain) the weather would be very hot.:)
Otherwise = in other case
You ought to study, otherwise (in other case; if you don't study) you will get bad marks.
appriciate => appreciate
Good luck, Truong! :)