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26 votes

Is it grammatically correct: no one raised their hand?

6 votes

Can "strong" be used as a noun?

5 votes

Beauty risen or beauty rose- which one is correct?

4 votes

Skipping 's' ending in 3rd person

4 votes

I don't see nobody Vs. I can't see nobody Vs. I see nobody

4 votes
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More **state** and more complex

3 votes

Why the word “a” can be used here?

3 votes

Is it possible to infer the date of receiving from the date of sending

3 votes

Why can't we say: "a person getting crossed"?

3 votes

What does "long" mean in "Flying cars, long the dream of everyone in a traffic jam...."

3 votes

How should I spell the name of the ruling: 30%-ruling or 30% ruling?

2 votes

Hi, I'm confused with verb "mix"

2 votes
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Superpowers Emerge From WW2

2 votes

appropriate prepositon

2 votes
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An uncountable noun can be counted when the context is clear?

2 votes
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Come up to the third floor

2 votes

Should I use articles before official titles if they do not precede names?

2 votes
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What is the meaning of "a circuit to" in the following sentences?

1 vote
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Word order in a sentence

1 vote

What does the word "they" refer in the context?

1 vote

Emphatic "do" used with "have/has been"

1 vote

Meaning of the phrase 'the way the meaning of things'

1 vote

Is it: 'They and I?' Or: 'Them and I?' Or: 'Them and me?' Or something else?

1 vote

What does/can 'on the ground' mean?

1 vote

Do we need to put comma in between the position / occupation and name or not?

1 vote
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Right form of verbs after certain verbs

1 vote
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What do you call a shop or place where phones, laptops and tablets are fixed?

1 vote

I got your message just now

1 vote

Is it ok to write I go to USA for three days?

1 vote

An appropriate synonym for "ineligible" in the context