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James Mathai
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6 votes

Do you have an expression saying "when you are very hungry, bread is also delicious for you" or similar one?

5 votes

What is this kind of gate in the US and Canada called?

4 votes

Does the proverb "having your cake and eating it too" imply hypocrisy?

3 votes

How to say when I have a stomach-related long-term problem?

2 votes

What are the original and derived senses of "sound off"?

1 vote
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What does it mean "to have your feet on backwards"?

1 vote

the book was in the desk drawer

1 vote

Mix conditional sentences type 1 and 2

1 vote

A stupid guy has thrown/threw trash here! - do they use the past tense or the present perfect tense when they don't know when the thing happened?

1 vote

Subject Word Agreement Confusion

1 vote

Grammar: 'We are getting a divorce' or 'We are getting divorced'?

1 vote
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Nest height from the ground or above the ground? Which one is correct?

1 vote

Present simple vs present continuous when describing a video

1 vote

Use of past perfect tense

1 vote

Is past perfect continuous mandatory when you mention the duration of an action in reported speech?

1 vote
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What should I use (Past perfect or Past Simple)

1 vote

Confused about reported speech and reporting speech

1 vote
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Idiom in english meaning "You need intelligence to cheat"?

1 vote

If it had I would call

1 vote

If each person owns one house, should I say: Five people live in [a house or houses]?

0 votes

What word would you call something sticking out from a surface? (see photos inside)

0 votes

Is it correct to say "that is a backward seven" or "that seven is backward""?

0 votes

"could ask" or "could have asked"

0 votes

Using imperative form as a Product Feature

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Different noun forms meaning the same

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Is it correct to say "he gave me a bookshelf" or "he gave me bookshelves"?

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A word to describe the feeling of work not being recognized

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Can somebody please tell me which sentence is correct and why?

0 votes

Alternate idiom or phrase meaning "drought followed by a storm"?

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The understanding of sentences