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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 usage of help here is as a transitive verb, with the meaning "To contribute in some way to." Help + verb is a common combination. E.g. Doctors are finding one way that sugar can benefit your …
answered Aug 2 by Mattias
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You use on to refer to a physical place, like a house or a runway The plane landed on the runway. You would use in to refer to locations within a larger area, like a city The plane landed in …
answered Aug 3 by Mattias