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Substitute for "has turned into"

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What is the difference between "he ran to the park" and "he went running to the park" and "he came running to the park"?

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"Can I use either of them" or "Can I use both of them"?

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Word for being proud of oneself

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Which is a better alternative for "limitations" in this context: "lacked resources" or "lacked the capability"?

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Individuals vs People. Is it correct to use "individuals" to refer to people of a particular type in a positive light?

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What word would you call something sticking out from a surface? (see photos inside)

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Differences between Solely vs Only as Adverbs

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is it correct to say "I can't attend the meeting for tomorrow as I have a doc appointment that conflicts"?

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I’ve already called her four times ________. Why not before?

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Is it correct to say "don't eat walking around" or "don't walk around eating"?

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In a data report about online shopping, can I use "cybershopping" or "e-shopping" as alternatives?

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Do you really distinguish the difference between "the shirt's rumpled" and "the shirt's wrinkled" and "the shirt's creased"?

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Degree or extent of something

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