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Den Allan
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"I wish I won't be late." VS "I hope I won't be late."

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What does "so much as" mean in these three sentences? What grammatical function does this phrase serve?

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What does "up" mean in this phrase? "a long skirt with a slit up the side"

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Where do I place "forever" in this sentence? "I relieve you of this burden."

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Which question is grammatically correct? "Which (one) do you think he is?" and "Which (one) do you think is he?"

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Can "Your Majesty" and "His Majesty" be interchangeable?

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What are the implied words in front of "to hell with them" in this sentence? "They want me to stop, but to hell with them! I'll do what I want to do!"

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"I’ve just had a dumb rush of luck." What does this sentence mean? And why is it present perfect tense?

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Which phrase is correct? "tend the sick" and "tend to the sick"

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"She gave him the thumbs-up sign." and "She gave him a thumbs-up sign." What is the difference?

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"for obvious reasons" and "for good reason" - Why does one phrase have "reason" as plural form, but the other doesn't? [closed]

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What does "of" mean in this sentence? - "Which brothel did you say she worked out of?"

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Is there missing a comma in this sentence? "When I was at the Academy I had the pick of models, but now I can never seem to hang on to them. "

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What does the second "of" mean in this sentence? "... because I regard it as of considerable importance."

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What does "turning his flirt" mean here?

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Should there be a conjunction in "There are two bowls, each one obviously designed for a dog."?