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Micah Windsor
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What is the meaning of "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy"?

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Is it OK to respond to "thanks" with "sure"?

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Is redundant logic ungrammatical?

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I’m working on / at / for: Which should I use?

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Meaning of "it is as necessary... as vigorous... as it is..." in this long sentence

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"There are a piano and a phonograph in the room"

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Possible grammatical functions of "whole"

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Is there an antonym to "atom" and "atomic"?

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"Marissa did not realize that she _______ at work until she _____ home."

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Either is or are should be used

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Get stuck (in / on)

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Refuses or Refuse

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His new song is English vs His new song is an English song vs His new song is in English

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What does this mean "good to know that he ever did anything as friendly as smile"?

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"If you don't think that X, which I personally do..." Does the speaker think X or not think X?

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Can I delete ‘it’ in ‘Everything was as he remembered it.’?

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Common word for Help and Feedback in a mobile app

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-You are losers! - Who are losers!? We?

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Prepositions with the noun "attitude"

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Can I say "less bigger" or "more weaker" and similar phrases?

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Adjective that relates to 'hair'

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Riding or driving?

1 vote

Should the word 'from' be between 'you' and 'receiving'?

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What is the difference between "break down the wall" and "break the wall down"?

1 vote

It is or was expensive

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"If this is too much for you"

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Can we omit the preposition FOR when show how long something has been happening/has happened and so on

1 vote

set off/deploy/* the airbag

1 vote

The F-word: Is there a polite but equally emphatic and concise alternative to this specific meaning?

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"Animosity" Vs "Feud"