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Are these called ring binders in American English or files?

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If so, I **will give/ going to give/ am giving** you 5 month

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Would "he had been" be better here?

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What is the meaning of "incredibly moving" in this context?

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can anyone explain about what "up" means in these sentences?

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imposed new travel restrictions from several African countries

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I think "different" in here is not native

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To buy some pastries/baked goods/bakery products

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What is this model trying to imply about "isasmuch as" and "insofar as"?

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Is past perfect the appropriate tense in this context?

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Choosing between simple present & present continuous

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Under or in a carport?

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What Is the Implied Contrast Between These Clauses Linked by 'But'?

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'It is impossible' followed by a that-clause vs. 'It is impossible' followed by a for + Noun Phrase + to + Infinitive construction

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What is the meaning of "wherein" in this context?

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Is it right to say "I have started to watch" or better to say "I have been watching"?

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". . . he is left having to feed Edward spaghetti and have his bottom pinched by Martin."

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Which verb is used for the voluntary termination of degree-awarding powers?

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A situation where a kid learns how to do drugs is "where/that" they have access to them. - which is correct?

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Are these labels or stickers?

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Cut (verb) - to reduce or to remove/stop

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Why did the writer choose this form in this text"

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"something we wanted to do but we didn't", is the second "we" optional?

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What does "Yes" mean as a reply to a statement? Do we still use it?

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About the possessive case with a gerund

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When vs while vs as

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

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When should I use "suited" instead of "suitable"?

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What would be the word for a thing which happens to be the third generation of something?

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Why doesn’t “make believe” take the subjunctive mood?

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Can I use present perfect or past simple in this context: The first time I **have ever seen** it was five years ago

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Any difference between dull and blunt in these contexts?

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Do people in Sydney or even Australia say napkin, tissue, or serviette?

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

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Is "shout to someone for help" correct?

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grammar/ meaning “To look at him, you'd never think he was 80!”

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Do we call it "a lounge" in a cinema?

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Term for abrupt termination of sedation

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Prepositions after "threaten"

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Forgetting the pronunciation of certain words (expat)

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Which one is correct? When asked to comment / When he being asked to comment / When asking to comment / When he asked comment

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Why they use "would" in this case?

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Are these price stickers or price labels or both in American English?

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Do we use "like crazy" for positive or neutral activities and "like hell" for negative ones?

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How do I write "Tess is not here" abbreviated?

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Do British people say "I haven’t seen him in five years"?

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Spend money on vs Spend money for

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Subject + verb + personal object+ bare infinitive; such as "I demanded her pay her taxes" Can we follow this same formula for all subjunctive verbs?


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