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My dad doesn't want me to TOUCH alcohol

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How do you describe steak that is difficult to chew?

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Is there a single verb for what you do in the gym?

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Why are there two “is”’s in: Why is yawning is contagious?

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"I only have a friend” vs "I only have one friend”

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How to interpret 'a friend in need is a friend indeed'?

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Who's that book by? vs. Whom's that book by?

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Meaning of the phrase 'the way the meaning of things'

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Only then are you free?

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"Heaven's Gate" vs "The Gates of Hell"

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“Office of the director” or “Director’s Office”?

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Is there any sound that expresses anger?

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Change the voice: "He does not like people laughing at him."

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Does "on a diet" mean cut down meat? [closed]

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Is the term "beltway pansy" used in modern English?

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

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Must I use "my" when referring to my own bodypart or can I use "the" without technically breaking any rules?

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Using neither alone in a sentence

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What does "Warmer" mean in this conversation?

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The Use of '—' mark

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Is it correct to say "I prefer to get refunded on my original account"?

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Should I say automatic memories or automatic tasks?

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Should a word always start with capitalized letter after a comma followed by space and double quotation?

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'is been created' vs 'have been created'

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Is there a typo in this sentence?

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How to count bath: Roman baths

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If appropriate, do something

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Isn't it supposed to be 'it' instead of 'its'?

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Fish - countable or uncountable

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Past Simple or Present Perfect when writing that something was/has been generated

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What does "base of exploration" mean?

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The flower is the rose./ The flower is roses./ The flowers are roses [closed]

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Table equivalent of the word booth?

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Hid/Hidden vs Hided

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'when you travel to Boston'

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what the exchange was like vs. how the exchange was like

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meaning of "cannot be but that"

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What did Martin Luther King mean by "In the end we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends"?

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Questions about a time expression with a present perfect tense

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Fill (The first indian physician graduated in 1886 . About 125 years later,Indian women had started to outnumber men in admissions__medical colleges.)

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"was the first to" VS "is the first"

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"Depp wants to clear his name and receive punitive damages."

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What is the meaning of "Clothes and all" in this passage?

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"Your Hitlers, your Stalins, all the greats."

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What does "assumed slights" mean in this passage?

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For my family and I/myself


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