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"Would be" usage

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"Hamlet was written by the William Shakespeare" or "Hamlet was written by William Shakespeare"

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claim a lost watch

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Question about ordinal number

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What does the phrase "We can fly away over" mean?

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difference between WILL, BE GOING TO and the present continuous

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Simple chair anatomy? Do most people call it "the chair face"?

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When to use "find" & when to use "look for"?

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What does "the condemning word" mean?

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every kind of disease

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Shape in "give something shape"

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What is this "as has" playing role in this sentence

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The commodity vs. commodity

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Mash Until No Good

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Can the word "once" in the sense of doing something at some time in the past with the present perfect?

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What is the difference between 'plot turn' and 'plot twist'?

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They are more accepting to this concept

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What does 'on the gimp' mean?

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Is "assume a noun" possible, instead of assume that~?

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The definitive guide to/of

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what is the meaning of "fuller revelation" in this context?

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pseudo-sentence after a preposition

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"at the same time" + subject

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Grammaticality of the 'clause' after semicolon

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Doubt about verb - "gives to me"

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Is it correct to say "someone's heart is with us"?

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Two people in the genitive case

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What does "cite" mean in "She opens her current (checking) account on a mobile app, then cites a rainy-day fund at another bank"?

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Grammar narration

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Which one is correct of the two sentences?