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  • On your mind.
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Give me a water. Is this expression possible in conversation?

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What kind of preposition should I use (in into '_')?

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How to refer to link? (open, see, check etc.)

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Data is "stored in a memory" or data is "being stored in a memory"?

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Will you still love me when I'm no longer young and beautiful?

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Having a ‘gaydar’ means that you will easily recognize who is gay

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What does "off of" mean?

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Using "already" in interrogative sentences

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How do I reply to "thank you" and "sorry"?

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Convert a direct imperative sentence into indirect speech

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Prepositional complement (two - part question)

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Using "hardly" and "no sooner" constructions

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The Vs. These which is correct?

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I want people to perceive me as the robot I am

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What should I say "Had Happened" Or "happened"?

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Shouldn't it be "Nobody touch him!"

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What's CBG's meaning in chatting

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Wanted: an idiom to direct/point someone's attention to a specific point/location

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Can I use "aging" to describe a thing that has deteriorated from long use?

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Is it okay grammatically?

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"See" or "Seeing"?

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What does "paper" mean in this context?

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Which two clauses should be compounded in this sentence?

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Every half + time noun - no indefinite particle?

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What does the sentence mean in IELTS?

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When is the past perfect exactly needed?

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Is "supposed to play" semantically different from "supposed to be playing"?

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"Mix three eggs" or "Mix three eggs up"

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Should I use past perfect for these sentences?

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If I put 'in order to' in this sentence, the meaning will be the same?