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"I was locked in an elevator for five hours" vs. "I have been locked for five hours"

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"has" vs "has been" or "have" vs "have been"

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Typical behavior and habits via the present simple and "will"

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past simple or present in this case: "It would be nice to see you before I leave (left)."

9 votes

Is "libre" understood by native English speakers?

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Omitting 'that' in this sentence

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How do I decide which of two past events took place first?

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How to use "what is more"?

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How to understand this sentence 'Nobody can argue that the acquisition of knowledge is more fun and easier with computers.'

6 votes

Diffrences between "told" and "have told"

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The seemingly unnecessary “out” in phrasal verbs

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Why is the passive "are described" not grammatically correct in this sentence?

5 votes

Is the language of The Economist artificially complex?

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What's the difference between "to get used to something" and "to be used to something"?

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"No chance of finding him sober now; he will have been drinking all day."

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Question-like structure (word order) in non-question sentences

4 votes

Difference between "no" and "not"

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"Have waited" vs. "did wait" vs. "have been waiting"

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Factual conditionals: simple present or future?

4 votes

Can i use participle clause this way when it comes to if-condition

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Why does this second conditional statement use the passive voice when the clauses are swapped?

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Is "affects" plural or possessive?

3 votes

Which conditional rule fits the sentence?

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went or has gone?

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makes disaster likely or makes a disaster likely?

3 votes

"At which hotel" vs "At what hotel"

3 votes

reference mistake

2 votes

Does "I will" express a current desire, or a prediction of the future?

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At and in when we talk about places/location

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How should I use "will / would" and "tomorrow / today" in reporting yesterday's conversation about an action today?