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about be about something

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Is it “is” or “are” after “that” in the expression …X of Y that is/are? Context provided in the question

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1) A dictionary says "on a weekend" is a British informal phrase. Is it so? 2) "On the weekend of" is used in US and "at the weekend of" in UK, right?

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take the same approach for + [two people]

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using the preposition "OF" multiple times when listing things in parallel

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Grammar Question: Go to where... or go where

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What is the difference between these two sentences? - preposition

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"There was no such thing as ... " + "nor were there..."? "Or..."? "Nor... ?"

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Regarding petrol, nearly a third of the amount of energy produced in 1995 was BY or FROM this fuel

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Is it a course ‘from’ the department or a course ‘in’ the department?

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Preposition "of " for boring or without it

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Is there any difference in meaning between "work overtime" and "work on overtime"?

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What's the difference between “in the past year” and “during the past year”?

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A strange usage of 'of'

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