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39 votes
7 answers
14k views

Why is 'The Chinese have invented the printer' wrong?

10 votes
3 answers
40k views

Meaning of “it don't matter”?

6 votes
1 answer
766 views

Which is the correct gerund clause? 'People's killing animals', or 'People killing animals ... '? [duplicate]

5 votes
5 answers
3k views

Is it possible to use 'present continuous' to give an instruction?

5 votes
2 answers
3k views

Is 'where' used as a pronoun in relative clauses?

4 votes
2 answers
4k views

"A place which we can stay" or "A place which we can stay in"?

4 votes
3 answers
857 views

what kind of nouns is used after whatever?

4 votes
1 answer
1k views

Is it possible to use 'shall' for intentions? is PEU wrong here?

4 votes
2 answers
7k views

When to use Good luck vs. Congratulations?

3 votes
2 answers
3k views

'You shall ..... in promises?

3 votes
1 answer
2k views

What is it? I have 3S or I have 3Ss

3 votes
2 answers
9k views

'what are you talking about?' and 'About what are you talking?'

3 votes
1 answer
2k views

The simple present for future? [duplicate]

3 votes
1 answer
4k views

Non-progressive verbs with present perfect?

2 votes
1 answer
744 views

Are the gerund forms 'having been + adj./noun..,There being,There having been,etc.' in use?

2 votes
1 answer
438 views

Which verbs can be used with possessive pronouns?

2 votes
2 answers
122 views

Meaning of the participle "being bitten by insects"

2 votes
1 answer
771 views

Does 'Founded ,the club' mean 'The club,which was founded'?

2 votes
2 answers
150 views

Does the gerund clause 'finding money' indicate passive meaning?

2 votes
1 answer
2k views

What is the difference between "tell me" and "I am told"? [closed]

2 votes
2 answers
496 views

'it + be + noun phrase + relative clause' : Is this pattern always a restrictive clause?

2 votes
1 answer
63 views

Meaning of the clause 'Opening the file, he called John'?

2 votes
2 answers
144 views

"Opening the file, John called David" or "John, opening the file, called David."?

2 votes
1 answer
4k views

Are whoever, whichever and whatever relative pronouns?

2 votes
1 answer
209 views

whichever player scores..or whichever person who scores

2 votes
1 answer
59 views

Finding the money isn't easy or money being found isn't easy?

2 votes
1 answer
817 views

London where he comes from or London from where he comes? [closed]

2 votes
2 answers
256 views

Is 'where' used as a noun or pronoun in question?

2 votes
2 answers
578 views

Simple past tense for unrealized hopes?

2 votes
1 answer
77 views

'Will he/I .....? for what?