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Does "who are naked" mean "who are very poor"?

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What does "scrap" mean in "“father had taught them to do: drive semis, weld, scrap.” - book “Educated” by Tara Westover?

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Why is it that when we say a balloon pops, we say "exploded" not "imploded"?

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Comprehension of 'he doesn't say NOT after everything'

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"despite never having learned" vs "despite never learning"

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What does "We've been fooled by our tool" mean?

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Why are there three pronunciations for the plural "-s"?

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How to say there is no water available?

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The sentence structure "it is because of... that..."

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What is "comeback of late?" and age of "I'm OK, You're OK."?

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Why we can't say "'this black guy" in Europe

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US-American pronunciation of 'e'

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What's the word "here" in "It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us" mean?

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"TO" vs "AND" in this context

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How to inform someone who has bad breath from eating garlic

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Please teach me the correct meaning of this sentence

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Does the word “intriguing” have a positive connotation?

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Their + Singular or plural nouns

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Is it ok to say "we have to wait for someone to get in so that we can have a free entry"?

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Which word is better: "finances" or "economy"?

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What time do you leave Sam today?

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What does 'reel in' mean here?

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What does "hold a desire to be good" mean?

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How to decide the form of verb when the subject has "of"?

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with efficacy rates and trials delaying official take-up

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Where lies true happiness? - is this correct?

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What is the difference between "analysis" and "study"?

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Does 'be off' meaning 'leave/go away' in the past tense?

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The context of "Don't be ridiculous"

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Could you tell which of the following are correct and why?