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What's the phrasal verb that asks the crowd to make way for me to move forward?

3 votes
1 answer
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What does "break on someone " mean in this context?

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Can "rage about" be used in a positive sense?

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What does adding the word "silly" to this idiom does?

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"How is it like living in London?", is this sentence wrong?

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1 answer
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Can these sentences be used to mean you are busy?

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What are more natural ways to say that your test scores are decreasing? [closed]

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1 answer
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How to say someone was studying in grades lower than yours?

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How to say this more naturally?

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1 answer
22 views

"I am a 100% sure" or "I am 100% sure"?

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1 answer
27 views

What's the difference between "Crank up/down" and "Ratchet up/down"?

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1 answer
27 views

What's the difference between "skip" and "skip over"?

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3 answers
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Is "from" omitted while using the phrasal verb "draw on"?

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1 answer
27 views

What are the different ways to say "I'm joking"?

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1 answer
26 views

Is this conditional sentence wrong?

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"The trailer of the film was misdirection ran wild." Is this sentence natural?

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34 views

Is ''I digress'' an idiomatic expression?

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47 views

"Being a woman is like having chips on your shoulders." Is this sentence grammatically correct? [closed]

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80 views

Can " was" and "were" be used interchangeably?

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"An year ago" vs "an year back"

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Can "take to" be used to mean "to hit"?

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54 views

Is "there" often omitted in colloquial speech?

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1 answer
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Is this a right way to say you jumped on someone to pin them to the ground in combat?