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to the side vs on the side

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a sticky note attached (adjective after noun)

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"the" before a thing and "down-filled snow pants"

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Article usage in "the crunch of tires in dirt", "a cloud of dust"

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to have just made it up

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What is "or was she?" meaning here

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To coil or fold or cause to coil or fold

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"up" in "had been dammed up"

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set back down here

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would sleep, was sleeping

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missing words in news article headlines

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Is “he saw the man coil” grammatical?

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put our money in

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Meaning of "it's all I can do to not put my fingers through them"

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"There exist(s) ..."

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No way was I going vs No way I was going

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How do you show off a bedroom? (in the context of movie production)

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three miles down in a valley

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offered no explanation vs didn't offer an explanation

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to bite on, to work on, to stay on

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wanting in on the action

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missing "his" before "tears" and "a couple of feet"

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thatched-roof huts - wrong position of words?

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please, explain "the" in "the school assemblies"

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start the day over

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missing "is" in the sentences

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please answer that question for me

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can't lie around

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please explain "back" in the "to hear back"

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He'd come throw rocks at me