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Which sentence is right: "What length is the river " vs "What is the length of the river" [closed]

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Meaning of 'restrict' and 'constrain' in context

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Difference between ‘strategy’ and ‘plan’

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waste and wastage

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Why is "for" not used in this sentence?

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Professionally/Professional

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Difference between “generate” and “create”

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Difference between "develop" and "create"

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Difference between presentational skills and presentation skills

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How to use CHARACTERISTIC and FEATURE figuratively

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a scrap of , a spot of and a trace of

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BASE and FOUNDATION

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"You have to be on top of the game, really know/really knowing/and really know what are you doing"

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Grammar sentence structure and "opposite ... next"

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'ING' FORM in sentence

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"ING" after comma

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usage of "currently"

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Why is "would" used in "tasks that would not overwhelm them"?

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meaning ielts question

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What is the difference in meaning between "excess", "excessive", "surplus" and "superfluous" as adjectives?

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Grammar meaning question: would and will

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Difference in meaning between "lowest passenger numbers" and "lowest passenger number"

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Grammar and meaning question

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"starting at just under 40 billion minutes of calls in 1995, then (rising/rised) steadily" [closed]

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Can a percentage be referred to as a "total"?

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Is it correct to say “the number of X ... totaled/amounted to Y”?