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Why do we say "How much XP" and not "How many XP"?

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Do the phrases "I laughed the hell out of myself" and "I laughed the hell out of you" make sense?

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Why is "ugly" in quotations?

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Is "steer clear of" formal or informal?

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about a pronoun "we" in academic writings

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What does "terms" refer to in this sentence?

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What does "teams are lopsided" mean?

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false versus wrong

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Name is countable or uncountable?

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I have never experienced an allergic reaction before

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We say "super chill", so is it valid if I say "super mature"?

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Is an adjective make uncountable noun countable?

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I was at my parents. Vs. I was at my parents'./I was at Chris. vs. I was at Chris's

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What is 'have had better' meaning?

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Can we say 'it seems needn't do that'?

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I don't mind if I do

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What does “eaten apple” indicate?

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What's the difference between verbs "spot" and "see"? What verb fom follows them?

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Ten survivors have been saved "since" or "while" they've been searching

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"I never worked on Saturdays" vs "I never used to work on Saturdays"

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What does "that" in "remember that" refer to?

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Have or 've? When can we not contract "have"?

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Inquiry vs Enquiry what's the difference?

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What is the difference between quick and quickly when both of them are meant as adverbs?

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"Task at hand" or "Task in hand"?

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The meeting this week vs. the meeting "on" this week

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Hearing you speak or hearing you speaking

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Score related jargon in sports

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Could anyone tell me the meaning of 'celebration number 103'?

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auxiliary omission: [has] eaten a piece of cake