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Introductory word meaning "considering what was previously said"

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English equivalent for 'تازه به دوران رسیده' (someone who recently became important/rich but acts like they have been that way for a long time)

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"After years of uncertainty and upheaval allowed ISIS militants"

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Does 'pretended not to see me' have the same meaning as 'pretended that he didn't see me' in this sentence?

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"had gone" vs "was gone" vs "did go" vs "was going"

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Is the word "broken" here adjective or verb or both?

3 votes

Scarcely...When Vs Scarcely ...Than

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What do you mean by "ordinary preposition"?

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What is RA abbreviation for?

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The role of "at" in "They felt uncomfortable at the thought of being ridiculed in this manner."

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''Can I take your umbrella I haven't brought mine with me.''true or wrong?

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Connotation of "lead to"

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help to understand some sentences

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"Can" vs. "Could" for bringing examples

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Is "running" a gerund here?

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Correct phrasing for describing a plot

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How long have you lived here? how long have you been living here?

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Which form of verb (2nd or 3rd) is in these two sentences?

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Is "much too many" grammatical?

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"had talked" vs "were talking"

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Should 'to be' be involved or it's optional?

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What is the meaning of poem 'The Road Not Taken'

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The difference between of and by

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"All the organizations involved have sent ...." sentence structure problem

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Usage of 'If there’s a time’

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Stronger scientific word than 'increased'

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Word for advertising an idea, ideology, concept

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Term to describe events sacrificing the system performance?

1 vote

Rule of thumb as to when the adverb "where" can be omitted

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Grammar rule be verb +ed