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Tanner Swett
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What does the word "just" mean in this context?

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Is there a rule that prohibits us from using 2 possessives in a row?

31 votes

Can I use "You can" rather than "Could you" in restaurants?

28 votes

Is there a difference between "should not have done something" and "needn't have done something"?

23 votes

Started in 1987 vs. Starting in 1987

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What do you call this way of stacking rectangular objects on each other?

19 votes

coronavirus - Why no 'c' capital? Why is there no space?

18 votes

Why is it correct to say "me busy."?

16 votes

"Outside there is a money receiver which only accepts coins" - or "that only accepts coins"? Which relative pronoun is better?

15 votes

What's the natural way to ask about the current degrees of the weather?

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Why can’t I say “I hung a picture on the wall on the chair”?

12 votes

What do you call this nearby position?

9 votes

When italicizing, do I have to include 'a,' 'an,' and 'the'?

8 votes

From that day she won't / wouldn't talk to me

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I'm being corrected "I had a headache yesterday" vs "I have had a headache yesterday"

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What do you call the bunch of hair you grow long on the back of your head?

5 votes

It takes a bigger man to walk away from a fight

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When do we use "no women" instead of "no woman"?

5 votes

What does the sentence "haptic feedback on your device gives the game a satisfying analogue feel" mean here?

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Tokyo Japan vs. Tokyo, Japan vs. Tokyo, Japan,

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"to fink meself lucky"

4 votes

He was granted more than $600,000 in compensation for what he said are injuries from the event, mostly toxicity

4 votes

How to understand "As though he needs reminding of that on his first day at school." in this context?

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American English pronunciation: basically or "basicly"?

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Get to do something: what's the meaning here?

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Should I say "a week ago" or "a week before" or "a week earlier"?

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Identify piece of grammar: "Included in this section is a description of a typical system"

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"You're using THE wrong formula" vs. "You're using A wrong formula": choosing between the definite and the indefinite article

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Cardinal numbers and articles

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has a flu or had a flu