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What is the main noun in "a year's worth of learning" in the following sentence?

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Is "we talk later time" correct in "Until we talk later time, take care."?

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Asking for grammatical explanations for why "The book has two pages missing." is right

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Is "close" in this sentence an adjective or an adverb?

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Which can be used before "distance" among much/large/long/huge/big?

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What does this sentence mean at all, "She made some very explicit references to my personal life."?

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Can "in the ground" or "underground" substitute for "in the earth" in this phrase?

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Why "crafty" can not describe a whole plan but "cunning" can?

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Which is natural and correct in "I prefer train/a train/trains/the train to other methods."?

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Can "It is a shame that ~." and "It is a pity that ~." be used to describe the feeling when in a soccer game our ball misses the target by an inch?

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Which would be proper between "have seen" and "saw" and why?

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"Why did you call me?" or "Why have you called me?"

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Is the position of "related to moving to a new house" alright in this sentence?

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How did that word come to mean that? VS How has that word come to mean that?

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What makes the omission of "that" in this sentence possible?

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The voice he "made/took/sounded/spoke" on the phone call was not very sweet

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"at first glance" VS "at a first glance"

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'at very high altitude', 'at very high altitudes': both are okay in this sentence?

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What or who is the subject of the verb "run" in the phrase "an economical car to run"?

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Does "will" in this sentence concern only the future or also include the present?

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Is "telling" in this example sentence a gerund?

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Why was "the room" not used in "Prices vary according to the type of room you require"?

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Is "I would like you to help me with understanding this." right? Then, how is it different from "I would like you to help me understand this."

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Is "I have no much time." correct?

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Can I say "Please alter the color on the wall." instead of "Please change the color on the wall."

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Is there any difference in meaning in between "I don't understand." and "I can't understand."?

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Is "You're damn right it is." correct grammatically? Whether right or not, would you give me an explanation about this line, please?

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It is also okay to use in this way with the verb 'conclude'?

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Does changing preposition change the meaning of this phrase? [closed]

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Noun clause coming out of nowhere

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