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Jason Patterson
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When should we use intentionally and deliberately

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"All you should do is study hard" vs "All you should do is to study hard"

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What does 'mindwarp' mean here?

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like somebody doing something

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the destination address vs recipient's address

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Why no comma before and?

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"I open the cage." vs. "I am opening the cage."

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Should I use "its" or "their" in "The problem with this generation is its/their view of life"?

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What does "only to see" mean?

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Can you tell me the meaning of 'hope'?

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dropping things - intentionally and unintentionally

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Is there anything wrong with "Relation between smoking and academic achievement"?

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For future reference, I have a red Volvo

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Difference between 'has grown' and 'has expanded' in these sentences

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Meaning of the clause 'Opening the file, he called John'?

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understanding the 'timeline' phrases

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A word for a feature that an object should not have

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Is my "for it" usage correct?

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Axis of work vs. strand of work

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If it's weekdays / On weekdays - the same here?

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Use of word 'afraid'

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Is learning English with the Bible a good idea for ESL people?

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Meaning of "must hold managements accountable"

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The meaning of last here in the sentence

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What does 'pick up' mean in: The questions are picked up in the ... cognitive science tradition

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Ivy Coils Around

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Four questions about this passage

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What is the difference between American and British English on "garden" and "yard"?

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Selling of properties has or have increased

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Is this natural expression "These all tasks are attracting ~"