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Tristan
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  • Where English comes from. England in the United Kingdom (UK).
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pronunciation: airplane

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Can you use "What is today's day?"

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Does "Joey Kangaroo" have a supplementary meaning?

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Is the word "foreigner" to be avoided?

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What do you call an ad-hoc outside eatery for soldiers?

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Natural way for saying 'buffer period'

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Preposition "to" in "...accept the consequences of to..."

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Can we read 31 July as 'thirty one July'?

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On the Wednesdays of September Vs. On September Wednedays

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What is the “hole” in this desk called?

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How to refer to loose shoelaces

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What is the difference between "talk to" and "talk with"?

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How to refer to a television series in UK English

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Is Witches' Hammer or Witchhammer understood as idiom by English speaker?

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A room serving the role of a tiny hospital

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How can I differentiate peppers?

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Informal way of saying the computer mouse is not functioning well

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How to say any day after a particular date?

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When talking of American money, what does "pennies" mean?

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come across someone in a market

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slide or descend?

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What does "yet" mean in this sentence?

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How may I express 'scattered' hair?

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"Peeing" versus "pissing" versus "taking a pee"

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what's the difference between "the summer holiday" and "the summer holidays"?

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What is the term for the road shown in the photo?

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What is the difference in pronunciation between "rider" and "writer"?

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Where do people pronounce "route" as ro͞ot, and as rout?

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How can I know the correct pronunciation of any word?

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I'm going to the SHOPS vs I'm going to the STORE (UK vs. US)