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"Who is speaking with each other?" Is this correct?

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What does "whose" represent?

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Subject verb agreement and usage of "where"

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Potential Subject Verb Agreement error - in an English Textbook

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Pronunciation of “eccentric”

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Do native speakers pronounce 's' for the word 'corps'?

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"It was Bob and Tom" – why not “They were”?

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How to express "my name used online"?

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It tastes like chicken(pronunciation-unstressed end consonant?)

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Are there words in which the letter D is pronounced like T (and they are not -ed)?

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Pronunciation of Eulerian

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When does the letter "e" get to have a long sound before a consonant?

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Can "because" be followed by an adjective?

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The final /i:/ vs /i/

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American pronunciation of "second" (edited)

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Pronunciation of the prefix de- (UK / NA)

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Since English is not spelled as pronounced, who decides on how to write it when a new word has been created?

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Subject-Verb Agreement: What if someone asked me to find the subject and predicate of sentence1? Getting Tricky- See comments

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Are there words with the letter C in which its pronounced like Z?

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Does English language have a voiceless alveolar sibilant affricate sound [t͡s]?

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Which one sounds better? "of mine" or "my"

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Tom is taller than I?

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Rejected friend requests vs friend requests rejected

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Possessive pronouns as a general term

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Proper word for last tooth in row

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How to differentiate between /tʃ/ and /t/,/ʃ/ in some words' pronunciation

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Her beauty and talent is/are the secret of her success

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'-...ory' : Pronunciation difference between American and British English?

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What is a simpler/more natural way to say "One defines himself with his doings!"

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Which mouth form is the close one to pronounce the R

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