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How can I say "I am sorry for sending you the consequent emails" in more professional and proper way?

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Singular or plural nouns after "No"

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"I know Bryan’s height" or "I know Bryan height"?

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A finish(ing) touch

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Why is "He knows to swim" incorrect?

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How to translate proper name that contain one diacritical mark?

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This one went to market

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Are there classifications for English literature (useful for English learners)?

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You take one road and then pick up another. What's the difference in meaning between take and pick up?

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What is the word that means ready to step into battle whenever necessary?

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What is the difference between the adjective "health-conscious" and "health-minded"?

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In abundance or too often

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being late or my being late?

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Using superlative or not?

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Adverbial/Adjectivial phrase placement

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on/in/at the beginning stage of something

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perambulations -- meaning?

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What is the difference between newest and latest in clothing industry?

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"In the cases" vs. "in cases"

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"A fast execution" or "Fast execution"?

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Can I say "containing text"?

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"mentioned having done something"

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Does "mouse" need an article in front of it?

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he is coauthor of three books -- why is there no indefinite article in front of "coauthor" in this sentence?

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What does "foreclose a lot of the avenues" mean?

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What does "any later than" mean?

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Is it correct to say "my child likes to swing / dangle / hang from my hands" in this case?

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Scaffold/Scaffolding

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If love is an adjective than what do you write for an abstract noun

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An interpretation of "be to + infinitive" in Bertrand Russell's "The Conquest of Happiness"