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30 votes

What does mean to "get to the nuts and balls of something"?

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I or i, which one is correct?

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In-depth explanation of the difference between "will" and "going to"?

16 votes

butt, bottom, buttock and ass?

15 votes

Literal meaning of splitting hairs

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Grammar of Polonius, Act 2, Scene 2, Hamlet

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Can you say "the dessert eats well"?

11 votes

Shall I use "am" or "is" following a sentence prefixed "Me"?

10 votes

There's vs There are

9 votes

Backshifting in reported speech - "I wanted to let you know that he HAS/HAD sent you the letter"

9 votes

Better way of asking "What country can Mount Fuji be found?"

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Hard fate when women are compell’d to woo!

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Do you mind me / my

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When to use "he know" and "he knows"

7 votes

Finger tips to add "es" and "s" to an action verb to convert a base form into a third person singular form

7 votes

Do native speakers often use relative clauses?

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Can't we say "It is likely to rain "

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When to use did in a question?

6 votes

Meaning of axe in "Axe me a question!"

6 votes

Why not 'heading' in "Where are you headed?"

6 votes

I off day this afternoon

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What is the opposite of 'followers'? And the context is NOT social networking sites

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"Some" and "Any"; countables and uncountable

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Past deductions: I am sure they would (must) have done plenty of testing

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Active construction of 'Our team is so blessed...'?

5 votes

Where ARE/DO you come from?

5 votes

Using the indefinite article after no and not

5 votes

What is the difference in meaning between "A majority of" and "The majority of"?

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How do you read this, "to staff a 100 bed"?

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'more than once' and 'many times'

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