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Do we use “prices” or “the price” in this context: “Retailers have to raise *the price/prices* since they have to pay a significant fee for the space

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Is “stuff” used correctly in “ There are all kinds of animals: lions, elephants and stuff.”

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Can “cumbersome” be used for “watches”?

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Is the idiom "loads of wildlife" - singular or plural?

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“I find garish clothes ______” I want to fill in the blank with an adjective/phrase that means “unpleasant to look at”

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Can "in percentage terms" change the ranking of subjects in a list?

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We’ll need about 10 bottles of wine, I would think/ I think

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Saying Bee-bee-cue verbally

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Differences in Usage: 'Cellphone' vs. 'Mobile Phone' in English

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They arrived when I wasn't around, but I had been there before. - 'does Had Been mean up to a particular moment'

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Can "How many" be followed by "be + a determiner"?

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"It is you who doesn't OR don't want this" - Stuck between 'don't' and 'does not'

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Do you say "You got the floor muddy" the same way we say "get something wet / dirty"?

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Is General American Accent the only choice for me so I am understood by everyone?

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