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Is this sentence correct in grammar?

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It's not about her, because of her?

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No preposition in "Why can't you get a girlfriend your own age" before "your own age"?

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Is "it" grammatical or can it be omitted in "a problem that (it) will take them ages"?

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Can the phrase "out of" be used to specify part of the whole?

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the direction things were headed is alarming

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"Work off" vs. "work off of"

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Which preposition should I use: "from", "out of" or "out from"?

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enters the restaurant to find/and finds

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“...than they have” or “...than they have done”?

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Intern "for four months" or "during four months"?

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Can you please tell me the difference between Get passive and Being passive

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Lead in & Lead to, what's the difference?

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Differences in usage of the prepositions "from" and "with" when denoting cause, ground

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meaning of for as a preposition

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'At' v. 'in' with respect to using the verb 'stop off'

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What does “with delivery” describe?

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Can you "deliver at" or "deliver in" somewhere?

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How is "take free" grammatical?

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"put one's attention on X" vs. "put one's attention to X"

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Which expression is correct: 'for working with' or 'to work with'

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Why doesn't the 'gh' in 'flight' count as deleted?

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Appeal "For / Of " refund request?

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Is "on here" as common as "in here"?

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"from different teams" or "on different teams"?

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remains in custody on a $1 million bail

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Using "as" vs "for" in comparisons

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Which one is correct "runs in" or "runs on"?

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"apart from" vs "other than" vs "aside from" vs "except for" vs "besides"

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Prepositions usage of from and in