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Kirt
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What phrase would American English speakers use in place of "Tom, Dick and Harry"?

28 votes

Are "dude" and "man" disrespectful words?

11 votes

I sleep in middle. You sleep in outside. Mummy sleeps in inside

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What is the meaning of "I am so fly"?

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What is the difference between "there's no" and "there's not"? When to use "not" and when to use "no"?

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a bridge over the river vs a bridge across the river

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I am imitating of Pocoyo smile

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Usually vs Normally

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Why "had" is being used here?

3 votes

Next month, I _______ John for 20 years

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Expression for the discardable remains of sugar-cane after we chew and suck up its juice

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Some usage of 'must'

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"have been" or "had been"?

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Does "I've worked for Google" imply I still work for them?

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Can "'ve" be used as a contraction of "have" when "have" is acting as a verb and not as an auxiliary?

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Mixed of present tense and past tense

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Does word "someone" refer to both an animal and a human being or only human being?

1 vote

what does "would" mean in this sentence

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As / The way / In the way - all possible and the same meaning here, right?

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Help to understand these two sentences.

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Does 'ground' here mean 'restrict'?

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How do you refer to the judgment day of a single person?

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What does "you a stranger" mean?

1 vote

looks at him as if she's about to say something

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'On the border' v. 'at the border'

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Word for a song with defamatory content, written and spread to mock the one or what the song is about?

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Idiom that means “to do something that yields no result”

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The use of to study or studying in this context

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Treat with much tenderness

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What is the meaning of "otherwise" in this context?