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For me/to me, which is correct or better in these examples?

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Tense agreement in the past irrealis conditionals

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"Let's get started" vs. "let's start"

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What does "I don't do dogs" mean?

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"As to something" vs "as for something"

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"Would have + past participle" construction can be used to express speculation about the past?

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Difference between (diverse / various / different / distinct / disparate)

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The use of "be go"

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"I should be doing my homework." Vs. "I should do my homework."

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What is the difference between "get through" and "go through"?

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Be (all) the better for something

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'Section' vs 'segment' vs 'part'

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1 answer
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headed or heading, started or starting?

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1 answer
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Meaning of "bake your noodle"

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3 answers
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'if', meaning 'even if'. Why would ommision occur in some cases?

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Good vs fine vs nice

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2 answers
481 views

Why is the simple present tense used?

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1 answer
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A special usage of "get"

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Request contexts for "could" / "would be able to" in incomplete conditionals

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Elegant way to address a lady

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1 answer
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Why is it “Deadpool”, not “Dead Pool”?

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2 answers
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Difference between "only" and "sole"

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A fantastic excerpt for learning the usage of prepositions

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Help parse "There is much more to preventing employee crime than background checks..."

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4 answers
675 views

Special use of 'might' and 'could'

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Usage of "12-for-12"

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Tense disagreement with time adverbial: “had been wearing” used with “a week ago”

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1 answer
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Word order in "one only of the 12 dead astronauts"

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1 answer
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"Now" vs "by now"

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3 answers
268 views

A particular usage of "could"

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