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HarryCBurn
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The difference between "prevent" and "avoid"

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Writing IT articles in english language - basic rules

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How do we read "1906" in this text?

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How do you know the exact implication of 'may'?

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what does this phrase mean?

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Proper word for "understood"

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Could you simplify "you are going to" in this context, although I know the use and meaning of this grammar

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What is a better English idiom that can be used to express a love of learning?

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usage of "to" in sentecences , and its relationship with noun preceding it and with verb in the sentence

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Expressing the duration of an action

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word request (name for an MP3 file)

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'created the "A" programme' or 'created the programme'

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"Guys did anyone of you have found my pencil box today in our class?"

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Improving reading skills

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What does "to make pale" mean?

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How to learn spoken English from audio books?

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Is the "my going there" the same as "if I go there"?

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What is it called when you have a country name before the country you were born in?

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Language; math vs maths

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which one is right between recognize and know here?

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discerning between "all that" and "what"

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Meaning of "You not like me"

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Meaning of "To blush up to one's ears"

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Published or released? [This book was "released in 1890" or this book was "published .." ?]

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Meaning of jazz title "Shaw-nuff"

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"A book to read" or "A book to read it"

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Usage of tenses

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Distinguishing between "through which" and "during which"

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Using 'it' at the end of a sentence

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the joke about marie antoinette