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4 votes

Which to use, 'washroom' or 'restroom'?

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There should be a "from" between graduating and high school. How do you see it?

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Should I say "in the home" or "at home"?

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How to say the car has no more gas

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What is the difference between “refer the letter” and “refer to the letter”?

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I can not figure out what the "is used to being" here mean?

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What is the word used for "Make best use of"?

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Between "to" and "for" , which one is correct in the following quotations

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Do verbs change form when you turn tag questions into non-tag questions?

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The usage of the word “straddle”

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How can I relate or combine these two sentences?

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What does the statement "I can do that, but I don't have to" mean?

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Eventually or ultimately?

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Do I use the apostrophe when referring possessivizing "humans"?

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'Is your English getting better?' or 'Does your English get better?'

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Is "I'm doing this primarily for myself, so..." proper English?

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Can I use the coordinating conjunction "and" in the single word question "And?"?

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Which is the correct word to be filled in the blank in this sentence, "use", "using", or "to use"?

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Where is the exact position of the word that leads to subordinate clause?

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Someone risks accepting/to accept

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Identification In The Photograph

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what is the difference between nude/naked?

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"oppose" and "be opposed". What is the difference?

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Which version is correct and normally used, "between you and me" or "between you and I"?

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helping in writing or correcting this part of a sentence

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"of any sorts" vs "of any sort"

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Past and past perfect in conditionals

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When articulating this sentence, where do you have a pause?

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Is the word "crazy" always negative?

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comma / surprising / capitalization