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10 votes
4 answers
2k views

Is "different coloured socks" not correct?

9 votes
7 answers
4k views

Traffic is too loud to hear you

2 votes
2 answers
73 views

correct tense: [I am eating] or [I have eaten]

2 votes
3 answers
3k views

in/at the company

2 votes
2 answers
135 views

meaning of (has continued to do so until now)

2 votes
1 answer
126 views

Do you need the definite article? in "the dean" and "the manager"

1 vote
1 answer
112 views

correct phrase [two summers ago] vs [two years ago in the summer]

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2 answers
17 views

correct tense: [believed that your answer was] or [believe that your answer was]

1 vote
1 answer
14 views

correct phrase [long from now] vs [a long time from now]

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2 answers
22 views

correct word order: $200 of sales tax" Or "sales tax of $200"

1 vote
1 answer
247 views

Is it grammatically correct to use the word "how" twice in one sentence?

1 vote
1 answer
28 views

$6000 of employment income or employment income of $6000

1 vote
2 answers
78 views

prepositions: at ABC Limited, of ABC Limited, from ABC Limited

1 vote
1 answer
32 views

"like the game" vs "like the sport"

1 vote
1 answer
21 views

placement of [something] in [five dollars] and [twenty dollars]

1 vote
1 answer
33 views

(jog 10km, swim for five hours and eat five hot dogs) or (jogging 10km, swimming for five hours and eating five hot dogs)

1 vote
1 answer
93 views

use of two will's in the same sentence

1 vote
1 answer
23 views

usage of 'working graveyard'

1 vote
3 answers
48 views

Correct tense: [is the fourth one] or [was the fourth one]

1 vote
1 answer
23 views

accomplished in [accomplished an advanced education]

1 vote
1 answer
16 views

placement of "different colors"

1 vote
1 answer
52 views

correct usage of "to the maximum" or "to its maximum"

1 vote
1 answer
25 views

five more to come OR five more coming

1 vote
1 answer
51 views

correct tense: will lend you money OR have lent you money

1 vote
1 answer
70 views

singular or plural: "cost of repair" or "cost of repairs" or "cost of a repair"

1 vote
3 answers
81 views

two hot dogs per day, one turkey sandwich day and two mini pizzas per day [closed]

0 votes
1 answer
22 views

"fifth day" + correct tenses of "clean"

0 votes
1 answer
24 views

word choice: served or worked as the principal of ABC School

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1 answer
498 views

two months' rent, two months' notice, two months' salary and two months' living expenses

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1 answer
59 views

correct usage of phrasal verb, bring that incident up and bring his words