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the meaning of the sentence following "but"

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How many tones in English?

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how good is your relationship with them?

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meaning of get in got much less wear

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How to pronounce " bored " before "watching"?

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"I hope not" vs "I don't hope so"

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A long sentence to analyse

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What do you call a desperate attempt unlikely to succeed?

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in the sentence "there is 2 litres of milk" is 2 litres countable or uncountable?

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"Those" seventy dollars or "that" seventy dollars?

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'not' with 'until' [closed]

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He didn't do that from when he was a teenager

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What is the difference between "a shared problem" and "a problem shared"

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"Problem on / at my end / side"

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"Land" on the pointer?

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If joe is out of town, he hasn't heard the news

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Understanding to use "Of" in this sentence?

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Similar idiomatic phrase to "go to example"?

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"On the open down"?

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"Out" in "branch out"

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rich or poor vs. whether you are rich or poor

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deaths given definition

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-eth suffix for verbial nouns

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"can optionally be" vs. "can be optionally"

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Because of discrimination _________ women, she was required to work as a nurse rather than a doctor

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What does "data trail for transactions" mean?

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Is omitting a repeated subject and predicate in attributive clauses ok?

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If there was ever a question about something that might not have been efficient, Christopher assumed it wouldn’t be

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We have to _____________ our political differences and come together to ___________ a joint fight against poverty and corruption

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What does the phrase 'a high diversion shot' mean?

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What alternative word/phrase can I use in place of tryst?

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What word can I use in place of "facilities"?

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How a word, a phrase or an idiom currently considered informal turns to be standard or formal

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Working/Having worked at Google helped me land a job. - what are the differences?

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"various" courteous manners instead of "many" courteous manners?

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What does the "aura of office" mean?

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What verb is applicable for "prescription tablet/pills consumption"?

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Which auxiliary would be correct here?

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Alternative or one word for saying re-mentioning it

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How do we read and pronounce the "X" which are commonly seen in collaborations in advertsiting?

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What word would describe 'pick me up' for coffee like beverage

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How many grammatical categories/constructs do English language have

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