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32 votes

Understanding "of" use in "all I could think of was"

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What's a "yellow line running down somebody's back"...?

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Meaning of "fleaing some alive with the shells"

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Is "handwriting" countable or uncountable?

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I repaired/was reparing my bike from 2 to 4pm

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nothing and not anything

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“If you are rested I would go,” I urged. Meaning?

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What is the correct punctuation for "they would probably title the article: Man, dog's worst friend"?

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Meaning of painstaking

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What is opposite of the phrase "Sprinting to the finish line"?

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Can you call a human 'common' or 'ordinary' if you expected him previously to have some unusual features?

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What does "brood" mean?

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closures vs the closures

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Why is it "learner's dictionary" and not "learners' dictionary"?

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Rule for using suppressor and suppressant

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How should one express the idea 'in the opinion of Japanese'?

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Are there any distinctions between "du jour" and "currency"?

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How to use the nouns 'cry' and 'crying'

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Is there a name for this kind of conversation?

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Why can a but sentence be a complete sentence?

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consistency of verb forms in the structure "as...so..."

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Backshift in time to distance yourself from indirect speech if introductory sentence in present?

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What is the minimium amount of employees in an office for it to be called "bullpen"

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If clause classification confusion

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0 year old or 0 years old

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What are some words that mean "Something is off"?

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increasingly and much more

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"allocated" or "relocated" in this context?

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Confusion in 'not' sentences

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Dangerously closely antonyms