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Sitting vs Seated

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'Am to+ verb' sentence structure

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Taking or having taken?

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Can we say 'he is stopped'?

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'be + to- infinitive'

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Why is there no "is" in "Valhalla calling me"? [closed]

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The brother of ___ is a doctor

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It's + Adjective+ Infinitive

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'Supposed to' sentence structure

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'I think' In Relative clause

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Gerunds and Participles in compound Adjective

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Sentence structure in poems

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Use of simple present and present continuous in subtitles for background sound

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Verbal and Non-verbal Negation

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A Sentence ending with 'no more'

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How to change "He told me that he has locked the door" to a simple sentence?

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Conditionals in Past narrative

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'Sitting' and 'Standing' are participles?

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Adjective + infinitive

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Use of 'lost' as an Adjective

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Infinitives clauses and noun clauses

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Placement of participle in a sentence

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What- Phrase in a cleft sentence

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A particular use of That- clause in 'The Alchemist'

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Function of 'to be' in 'she appears to be tired'

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'Little would he have imagined'

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Infinitives used as an adjective modifier

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Direct object or Adverb?

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Using participles to short long sentences

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'a few too many' and Quantifiers before Adverbs