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How to find adjective form of a noun or noun form of an adjective?

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difference between He is and he's as answers to questions(or she is and she's)

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What does work mean here?

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Why does this sentence use the word "could" twice?

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What does public worker mean?

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Which prefix to use before family relatives to refer to their past generation?

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-ing after helping verbs such as "might"?

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Wh-words and noun clause

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Which modifier to choose when they belong to the same class?

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Why is »is« used here instead of »has«?

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Could some verb tenses have implicit meaning contrary to their tenses?

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Why does United States gets article but not Japan? [duplicate]

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What is the grammatical difference between: "that he borrowed" and "that he has borrowed?

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Which is right in past perfect? [duplicate]

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Why is oak considered an adjective in 'the big oak tree'?

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What is an article used for?

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Who does this paragraph refer to?

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Sentence with "had there not" looks incomplete to me

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Does the word " Humble " mean "at least" here?

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What does client space mean in this context?

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How do I interpret this sentence?

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Difference between "commonly" and "quite commonly"

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What does earliest point mean here?