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15 votes
3 answers
6k views

Plural subject + Linking Verb + Singular predicate nominative

4 votes
2 answers
280 views

Preposition: Language acquisition (among/of/by) students

3 votes
1 answer
2k views

Present/past perfect when the object is a dead person

3 votes
1 answer
18k views

"crossing the boundaries of ..."

3 votes
1 answer
86 views

A beginner programmer or a beginning programmer

2 votes
1 answer
1k views

Simple past vs past progressive in as/while-clauses

2 votes
1 answer
166 views

It is + inverted clause

2 votes
1 answer
730 views

Collective noun + sing./pl. verb

2 votes
2 answers
459 views

"Bring somebody to his knees"

2 votes
2 answers
284 views

"Which would have turned five years next month"

2 votes
2 answers
12k views

Article: Difference between "I have a right to ..." and "I have the right to ..."

2 votes
2 answers
14k views

". . . at/in the ending of the movie"

2 votes
1 answer
1k views

Choosing between present and past participle phrase

2 votes
3 answers
42k views

"Tomorrow and the day after"

1 vote
1 answer
5k views

experience at/in/on high school levels

1 vote
2 answers
193 views

a/the beautiful girl who goes by the name of Jane

1 vote
1 answer
700 views

Counter-factual: Always subjunctive or sometimes indicative?

1 vote
1 answer
716 views

Help me parse this sentence

0 votes
1 answer
11k views

Preposition: Pay attention in your studies

0 votes
1 answer
115 views

I have ... I gave ... time relationship?

0 votes
1 answer
243 views

in one ear and out the other

0 votes
2 answers
1k views

Should I say "genius at birth" or "genius by birth"?

0 votes
4 answers
3k views

The question is, should the 'should' in this sentence be capitalized?

0 votes
2 answers
118 views

Ambiguous to-infinitive: "Obama rejects G20 pressure to abandon Syria air strike plan."

0 votes
1 answer
822 views

Shouldn't there be a preposition 'like' in "She looked every bit a princess."?

0 votes
1 answer
27k views

anchored + by/in/on/to