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What is the antecedent of 'which'?

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Does 'without knowing' mean 'as we don't know' in the context?

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Subjunctive usage and if only with

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What is the antecedent of 'which' in this sentence?

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Is 'their' ambiguous in this sentence?

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What does 'this' refer to in the sentence?

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When there is an embedded clause, is the relative pronoun after it always restrictive?

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as if it is vs. as if it were vs. as if it was

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Do you use 'fare(food)' as a collective noun?

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Is there any subtle difference between 'enter into war' and 'enter war'?

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Is the subjunctive mood used in the last sentence?

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What does 'a crazy idea' mean?

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What does 'it' refer to in the passage?

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Is the preceding clause omitted between 'and' and 'not always'?

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Is 'most often' synonymous with 'usually'?

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Is is a must to use the past perfect tense in this sentence?

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Should 'being' be omitted in the sentence?

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Is 'performing safe' an idiomatic expression?

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Is 'the mix of subjunctive and indicative mood' possible?

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What does 'knowing from' mean?

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What is the difference between 'many other of ~ ' and 'many other ~'?

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What does "for many definitional purposes" mean here?

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Why did the author use 'concerned about' although 'concerned with' fits the context better? [closed]

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His departure place or the train's departure place?

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Is this an exception to parallel structure?

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will + to + noun?

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urge + subject + verb structure?

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Do you use 'a voice who' in this case? [closed]

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Why are these words in a parallel structure?