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Is it 'cold to touch' or 'cold to the touch'?
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Which sentence is correct? He dismounted his horse. or He dismounted from his horse
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Usage of the article 'a' and 'the' and suggestion for better wording
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How to describe the following greeting gestures?
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Is it grammatically correct to say 'interrupting the perspective'?
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What is the difference between 'been home' and 'gone home'?
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Is a 'pace' the same as a 'step'?
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How to say that you feel apologetic toward someone?
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Is there a verb or word that means "mixing in coughs with your words as you speak"?
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What is the verb that describes a chicken opening its wings slightly to balance itself?
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Is using 'yourselves' in this sentence grammatically correct?
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Is it idiomatically correct to say "Her voice sounded lewd"?
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Should it be "staggered at" or "staggered by"?
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How do you describe these head movements?
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Does the 'verb form' always have to agree with the 'subject number'?
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Noun to describe a 'radial shape'?
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Which word – 'leap, spring, bound (etc)' – is most appropriate for a single jump?
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Can the word "schism" be used in this way?
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Idiom/phrase that means "at the slightest annoyance"
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What is the difference between "swept away by", "swept up by/in" and "swept over"?
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Unprecedented is to "never done before" as "xyz" is to "never done again after"?
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Is this sentence grammatically correct? (in less than ... since)
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Is using "not have a drop" correct in this context?
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Is this sentence grammatically correct?
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Is 'aerial view/map/painting' the right term for a map/painting drawn/painted from a bird's-eye view?
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Usage of "flay at"
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Is it grammatically correct to write restrictive clauses (of the form: which ... ) in this way?
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Is this verb usage idiomatically/grammatically correct?
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Does the expression 'a person without a core' make sense?
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Is 'sidelined' the right word here: "But these days she feels as if she has been sidelined."