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Vlammuh
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Why is "in the shape of ellipse" ungrammatical?

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Can I rephrase the sentence "Can you explain this word to me?" into "Can you explain me this word."

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Should there be a comma in "In this talk, I will …"?

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Meaning of "That's okay"

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Using “Had Born” in English sentences

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Should I say “You lack of idea”, “You lack idea”, or “You are lack of idea”?

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Is the verb "describe " intransitive?

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The function of "it" in "I hate it when..."

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I still get confused with "prefer to have O + (to) V" grammar

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What is the most formal, polite and expressive way of saying 'Thank You'?

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This song ... many memories for me

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What is the difference between "why are you worried" and "why you are worried"?

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Quote from a book published in 1899- Incorrect grammar or change in language over time?

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"of any sorts" vs "of any sort"

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"What really am" or "What I really am" - which is more appropriate

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Word(s) in a predicate, (object[?])? May you call it some phrase?

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Is "go to school" a phrasal verb?

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Is there a difference between "I saw him going..." and "I saw him go..."?

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Capital letters and numbers

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Difference between Indiscipline and Undiscipline?

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Someone risks accepting/to accept

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If he ............. shorter, he wouldn't have

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"I did well" vs. "I did good"

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What form of the verb "erect" should go here?

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what does this phrase "What he wouldn't give now for" mean?

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What does "if you don't have one, you don't need the other" mean?

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Is it possible to have a dependent clause without an independent clause?

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"What kind of house do they live (in)?"

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What do you think the expression "people who have gone" means?

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what is the function of "a foot" in this sentence?

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