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Meaning: "waiting for 6 hours" vs. "6 hours since I was waiting"

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180 views

Does the meaning of a sentence change when we replace "and" with a comma?

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What part of speech does "dead" stand for in the following sentence?

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127k views

How to use "after which" in a sentence?

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Is there a usage like "help do something"?

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Can I change OP's sentence like this without affecting the meaning?

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667 views

Can i use participle clause this way when it comes to if-condition

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How to parse the future tense of "Driving on the highway, you will see a big sign"?

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I should only add a noun behind the "of which", right? or am I wrong?

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520 views

When to add "in" before "this way" or "adj +way:

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572 views

Can I use idioms in the IELTS written test?

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"which has been" or "which is" in a comparison

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1 answer
217 views

Would it still be grammatically correct if I omit or add "for" before "number+time(s)"

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1k views

"Think of somebody" or "think somebody as" or "think of somebody as"

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1 answer
84 views

How to parse this sentence formally/syntactically? [closed]

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129 views

Consistency of tense in a sentence

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77 views

which kind of part of speech does the following phrase function as?

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445 views

What is the part of speech of the word " fancy" in the following content?

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shouldn't the order of sentence describing participle clause be changed here?

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Does "stray off" equal "stray away from"?

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136 views

Is 'The driver was standing by the car smoking a cigarette ' a reduced participle clause?

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241 views

Can you add "that" in front of adjectives? What difference does it make?

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341 views

"Buried alive", "burned alive"

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What's the difference between "annualised" and "annual"?

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Can I use realize with "just" in the present tense?

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Why is there the word "so" after "doubly": "it's a delicious dessert, doubly so when you use cream instead of milk."

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"Wolf's trot broke into a run, wider and wider were the leaps he made" - how to parse this sentence?

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1 answer
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Must I add a noun after "in retaliation for"? Can I add a gerund?

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87 views

Can i use " at the hands of" this way? plus,is my example grammatically correct?

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What kind of participle clause is applied in the following examples?