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Gilles 'SO- stop being evil'
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"Have a seat" vs. "please sit down"

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"The team had comes" versus "the team had come"

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"done" vs "have done"

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The correct way to say easier

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meaning of "Emperor of all the Russias"

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Basing or Based?

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What does 'be done' mean?

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Which is correct: member / user / customer?

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Difference between "don't" and "can't" in “I don't/can't drive”

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How to decide which meaning of "careening" is intended?

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Using “before” for relationships other than time

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Confused with articles

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Can "something I see" mean "I see something"?

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Is it 'did you used to' or 'did you use to'?

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What are the rules that describe the usage of 'em' dash and 'en' dash?

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How to understand "as often as not" literally?

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What does "making to" mean?

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I don't want her to go

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What is the name of the "branched function" (Maths) in correct English?

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Is “are of very” grammatically correct?

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Is this use of "for the ages" grammatical?

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Does 'some shoes' mean both a pair of shoes and two or more of them?

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Is "-que" the same as "-ck"?

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Name for the action performed by this chef with a pan

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Combining a sentence with its effect

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What does "or" mean in this sentence?

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usage of THE with the plural subject (or noun)

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Meaning of a paragraph about a literary heritage

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Is 'closed' a participial or a verb?

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The difference between "testament" and "will"