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Seem (to be) past participle

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they only care about themselves

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relations to vs relations between

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Is "There is lots of..." wrong?

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Having pp, have pp sentence

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Starting a sentence with Besides, [duplicate]

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she needs looking after vs she needs to be looked after

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There's no proof of what {you're saying/you said/you say} - which tense is correct?

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Why the author take away "which are"

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Do I have to parallel tenses in this question?

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to be better vs to get (feel) better

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What does "put on" mean in this context?

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Words to express that my friend pretended like she was me in class

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Next month, I _______ John for 20 years

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Does 'Worms checkers' sound natural in the following context?

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The meaning of the phrase "set-up" in context

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"Have you worked" vs. "Did you work" in a complex question in which both past, present and future events are involved

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What is the difference between "The task isn't processed" and "The task hasn't been processed"?

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Present perfect / Past simple

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meaning of 'was to be the date'

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Is it appropriate to use two "of"s in quick succession?

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What verb can I use when someone tries to speak while being throttled?

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“Sinbad” vs. “Sindbad”?

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Is "like when" grammatical in the following?

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Juan berates her for her growing addiction [only for] Paula to rebuke him for selling crack to her in the first place.

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"Two-key open mode" or "two open keys mode"?

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«The more that farther data are correlated, the higher L is» Is this correct?

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What does "as nearly as" means?

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is this question tag right?

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Why is "plummet", as an intransitive verb, followed by a noun?

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Expression "Mind (you)"

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The terms have been agreed. vs. The terms have been agreed to

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"Assuming we are to..." vs "Assuming we were to"

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No answer is/was given

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Chase for/after x

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Use of correct words

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How to understand the world "plain"?

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"will you not open the door" meaning

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Complex Object with words that express desire/intention and infinitive Verb in passive

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What is the technical term for seeing things from someone else's perspective?

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how do I use repeated action in past tenses

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casual alternative for the word "emit" in the context of energy


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