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What onomatopoeia for cat steps would be clear for English speaker?

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Manager, boss, superior – which should I choose?

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Is saying "I am excited to eat grapes" correct to imply that you like eating grapes?

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Why "stepped off the train" instead of "stepped off a train"?

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Is there an equivalent noun to "puppy love" for the elderly?

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Do you know synonyms of "so-called"?

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Is it grammatically correct to say "I don't feel a shred of sleepiness"

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What may be said about someone who is a certain type of person, and who only seems to be so?

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Does a native understand "Go ahead leaf by leaf as in the book" as a Croatian speaker would?

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Is it correct and natural to say "I'll meet you at $100" meaning I'll accept $100 for something?

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To order "the works" in a restaurant

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"When will you stop to work?" Vs. "When will you stop working?"

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"[They] went away disappointed/disappointedly" – Does "went away disappointedly" make sense?

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How to apologize for not having followed a conversation

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A phrase for something that happens immediately after another thing

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Another phrase for "difficult task is set for somebody"

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"someone will have arrived yesterday" - Future Perfect Tense in the past?

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A teacher said to use "I don't need that" instead of "I won't be needing that" because there is no "continuous in modal verbs"

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"She's called me" - does the present perfect tense sound off?

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Using “can I do” when ordering food at the restaurant!

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The meaning of 'where' in "Your secondary mode is external, where you deal with things rationally and logically"

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Can I use the relative pronoun "where" here?

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Can I "see" the moon?

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"Can you see it?" vs "Do you see it?"

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What phrase or verb do you use to say that someone accidentally has left a pen or marker mark on their face?

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Do you say "the pillow is stained with some substance" when you don't know if it is sweat, water, milk or tea, etc stained it

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Can I use "has have had" together in a sentence?

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"How ...?" vs. "What ... like?"

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With or without "would", what's the difference?

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"me and her (verb)" or "she and I (verb)"?