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Using the verb "fail" when we are talking about the exam in the immediate future

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How to understand "bomb the expletive out of something"? Is that an idiomatic expression?

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Where to put 'do not' in sentence where is an adverbs of frequency.

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How is "He makes cooking seem simple" different from "He makes cooking simple"?

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They write in their school diary (or) diaries?

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Hypothetical past conditional

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What does "tier-one friendship request" mean?

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Adjective, if adjective: eg "pointed, if fatherly"

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Is "to debate a person" a correct use of the verb "debate"?

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How much difference between "I am afraid ..." and "I am sorry ..." at the beginning of an apology?

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I failed exams OR I failed in exams? I failed math OR I failed in math?

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Is "Media" a singular or plural noun?

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"Have you done with the exam" vs "Did you finish the exam"?

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Verb agreement after 'that'

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What's the difference among people, folks, guys in the context?

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"the way" vs "in the way"

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'Most used' and 'most frequently used'

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Is incomplete sentence bad to use?

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"The information were successful updated." or "The information were updated successfully."

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Need help with meaning of the words in the following sentences

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How to use "verb" with "who"?

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The meaning of the sentence (from GRE)

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On a pond: The usage of the indefinite article

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Chat to or chat with?

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Inspiring from something

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I've made a sentence but I'm not sure where I need to place 'enough' here

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"He is one of those writers who have/has won the Booker prize"

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Teacher assistant or assistant teacher?

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Collocation: “teach IN <subject matter>”?

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Use of 'out' to indicate a public place for purposes of pleasure