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What is the difference between S' and 'S?

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"Reason to visit" or "Reason for visit"

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How do you use the term "running late"?

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What does down the hall mean?

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"am + having" in one sentence

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What does one refer to?

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When do we use a singular noun on its own without an article?

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Some rules for using "the" and "a"

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"He saw it stop and his son get out"

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How do I use the auxiliary "do" in questions?

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When should I use "is," and when "does"?

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Usage of "due to" and "because" - are they interchangeble?

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I'm confused which article to use, "an" or "the"

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"if the train was leaving" vs. "if the train were leaving" (indicative vs. subjunctive): difference in meaning

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"Sarah has climbed the Matterhorn, sailed around the world"

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have/has + been + 3rd verb form

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How should I use "go + present participle"?

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"Have had" versus "had"

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Is it possible to be grammatically correct without using past perfect?

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Confusion using articles (A ,an ,the)

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How do you pronounce this possessive - Trask's?

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A six-year-old boy or A six-years-old boy?

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Question about meaning of the phrase "unless otherwise"

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"be to do" versus "have to do"

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The present perfect not used

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Are "present continuous" and "be going to" interchangeable?

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"which" as relative pronoun

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Parts of speech of "Those" and its usage

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(How many years) have you been married?/studying English?

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Present Perfect with a phrase "in the past"