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relations to vs relations between

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What meaning of FOR is used in "stumped for an answer", "lost for words", etc.?

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

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About/Over - right preposition to use in given context

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“I know who(m) you spoke to” or “I know to whom you spoke”?

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The university bestowed an honorary degree on her (vs. to her)

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What does “ for” imply here?

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dashed to/for the door

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With whom/who VS who/whom with

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Inform about or inform regarding

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What is correct "in various subjects" or "on various subjects"?

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Can I use the structure "possibility for sb. to do"?

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throughout / during / over / in the course of

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Using "as" vs "for" in comparisons

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