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is for questions about whether or not a particular phrase or sentence is a usual or common way that fluent English speakers might express something.

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The idiom "well worth the ride" is usually used for a journey made on horseback, bike, motorcycle, or vehicle. But what I mean in the following example is "ride" as a journey on foot (e.g. mountain c …
asked Jul 10 by Tommy
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"Dan was so successful at school, he made it, he could." Can the modal verb "could" be used as in the above example, as a standalone without a verb following it? "Dan was so successful at school, …
asked Jul 8 by Tommy
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Which one of the following 2 sentences is grammatically/ idiomatically more correct: "She is almost a real fan of the jazz band." "She is an almost real fan of the jazz band" Tnx!
asked Jan 9 by Tommy