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Why can “I want to X” turn into “I want to” but “I look forward to X” cannot become “I look forward to”?

3 votes

Will + the verb 'marry'

3 votes

Why is it incorrect to say: 'I am surprised that how much money they want to pay him'?

3 votes

"give my money back" or "give me my money back"

3 votes
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Conceptualisation of articles

2 votes

Is the usage of be able to correct?

2 votes

How do I say that I'm studying to become a Primary School teacher?

2 votes
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Is it "in jargon" or "on jargon"?

2 votes

Is it correct to say 'someone other than they two'?

2 votes

Pick up [phrasal verb] with pronouns

2 votes

Using 'in' in English

2 votes

Usage of the word "hence"

1 vote

Making an interrogative sentence from affirmative sentence

1 vote

Is it correct to use "can"/"can't" and "possible" together in a sentence?

1 vote

I am walking VS I have been walking

1 vote

Syntactic structure of “International Women’s Day”

1 vote
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larger than life-sized

1 vote

Having trouble with t-d, t-d, d-t and d-d clusters

1 vote

Use of Present continuous tense

1 vote

How idiomatic is "He cooks badly" vs. "He doesn't cook well" & "He cooks poorly"?

1 vote

Why does the following sentence use "have finished" even though the tense is present?

1 vote

What does it mean to say something is only a process not an end in itself?

1 vote

with/on/from my first salary

1 vote

Why do we drop the "the" in "first place"?

1 vote

What does "for" mean in this sentence?

1 vote

Can "in the easy way" be shortened to "the easy way"?

1 vote

Bored waiting or bored of waiting?

1 vote

Can you "propose an opinion"?

1 vote

Direct object and indirect object for "excite"

1 vote

Does the expression "find it never enough to..." exist?