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Pronunciation of "met her" in American English

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Why is 'a' hard in 'sapid', but soft in 'sapient' and 'sapour'?

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Why "tomb" is pronounced the way it is?

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Is it "teleport into" or "teleport in"?

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Why some write "an" in "an bosonic"?

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Distinguishing Between 'Periodically' and 'Sporadically': Usage and Differences

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Differences between "my sister's house"/"the house of my sister"/"a house of my sister's"

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Is there a word for "didactic in a funny way"?

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Why is "own self" separated into two parts but similar words like "yourself" aren't?

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How do you pronounce 'rat' and 'ran'? Isn't the 'æ' sound different in these two?

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nucleus vs nucleolus vs nucleoid vs nuclear - meaning and origins

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Is this a misprint?

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"What's her" vs. "What's hers"

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How to properly pronounce the diphthong in "found" in American English

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is "folded" a verb or adjective?

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Do native English speakers always pronounce `th` correctly?

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What's the difference about /t̬/ and /d/?

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Pronunciation of Lechitic

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"Nice" in meaning of "beautiful" (externally) is correct?

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Do I have to pronounce the letter "l" as light or dark when there is a double "l" followed by a vowel in a word?

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Why don't you flap the T in (Rate)? Isn't it between two vowels?

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Participle acting as an adjective

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Do English speakers *really* routinely/widely use complex tenses?

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What are some spelling rules for deciding if a verb is regular?

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Is it rude to end a question with 'please, tell me' ?

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Pronunciation of -ies, like the last syllable of "accessories" and "bees" in BrE

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Compound Nouns as Adjectives

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Why verbs are singular for past and future tense?

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Why do native speakers sometimes use “dispel with something” instead of using "dispel something"?

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English equivalent to the German "zig"

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