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Could 'a' and 'single' be used together?

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What is the exact meaning of being at work?

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"This is not what I signed up for!"

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more greasy food

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Can I use "I'd" when I want to say "I could / I should"?

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Can we use tenses as we normally do to tell the listener the timings of the imaginary events?

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How to avoid excessive usage of a/an?

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Is stupidest a word?

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Be in a place vs Be around a place (Difference)

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Is "the following" always necessary when using a colon?

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Can the past simple or the present perfect fit in this example with yet

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A question about the use of "instead"

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Could these words be left out in these sentences?

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"Maybe", or "may be"? What is the correct one in this sentence?

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the meaning of sensory experience

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How to determine whether “and” connects words or parts of sentences?

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Which from the two given texts is better?

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Do we need "the" here: "the teeth of whales" or "teeth of whales"

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Is it idiomatic to say "n possibilities, which one is true"?

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"I have a thought" vs "I am having a thought"?

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meaning of "off" in "You're off to a great start!"

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Better stylistic choice for "triggered"?

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What does "persist with X (=compound noun)" mean? Does it mean to continue applying X despite criticism?

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"The Act doesn't state the criteria for X; it has delegated [this] responsibility to ..." ~ What does "this" mean here?

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Can "spill" be a noun?

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Wording for three different behaviors for a count-down timer hitting the maximum range

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Comma before main verb

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'Went' vs 'have all gone' vs 'goes' after a future perfect clause

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"wish" vs. "need": "want sb to do sth" vs. "want sb doing sth"

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Is the phrase "I wish you a good mood" used by native English-speakers?