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Do we have structure "somebody/something turns somebody off something"?

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He is ill/well/highly reputed of

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" ...syntactically, being rather a matter of pragmatics, dependent... " - Can we delete 'being rather' in the parenthetical?

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Is this called a math problem or a math question or a math exercise?

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Is "draw in electricity/energy" idiomatic?

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Using perfect modals for future

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"Fade-ins" (digital marketing)

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Is the word "done" needed?

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Is that idiomatic to say "I smell the old-school summer smell every time I go there"

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Can "plucking up" be used together?

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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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“I find garish clothes ______” I want to fill in the blank with an adjective/phrase that means “unpleasant to look at”

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"having to decide" or "deciding"?

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

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