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124 views

Joining two sentences. I wrote six versions, but not satisfied

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7k views

Usage of "Hey you!"

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1 answer
7k views

A six-year-old boy or A six-years-old boy?

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1 answer
1k views

Wake up in the middle of night

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1 answer
869 views

"Looks daggers" vs. "look daggers"

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78 views

"hauls down" vs. "walk down"

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258 views

Is there a word that means "walk away disregarding"?

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138 views

'is lying' vs 'lying"

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16k views

Passive voice and Active voice with respect to "there are", "they are" "there is" and when there is no action

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55 views

Hole or Edge or gap

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3k views

“scared a little” vs. “little scared”

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94 views

article usage: "the faces of the human"

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24k views

Difference between What are they doing? vs What they are doing? [duplicate]

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1 answer
3k views

"He sees her take..." or "He sees her takes..."?

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535 views

face changes as if he has seen this before?

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10k views

in the face vs on the face; in a mobile vs on a mobile

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1 answer
1k views

Should two nouns always be separated by a comma?

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42 views

Semicolon to connect to related events

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234 views

I tried to wrench myself free from his grip

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1k views

crouches and bends down

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6k views

Expressing mixed feeling of both scared and sad

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155 views

"Which" versus "that" when I can't put off the phrase by comma

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48 views

"On the flatcar" versus "on to the flatcar" versus "on to flatcar" versus "on flatcar"

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84 views

Why this is happening to me? vs Why is this happening to me? [duplicate]

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1 answer
109 views

"Runs and jumps in front of" versus "runs and jumps to the front of"

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1k views

stunningly at the end of a sentence

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871 views

"Pretending like a dog," "act like a dog," or "imitate like a dog"?

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316 views

"Removes her dress" versus "strips her dress" versus "sheds her dress"

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681 views

wind whips on the faces of the soldiers

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857 views

frustrating, irritatingly