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What is the difference between “nope” and “no”?

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Is there any difference between being ill and sick?

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Is "indices" or "indexes" the plural of "index"?

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Is "thru" for "through" acceptable? "Tho" for "though"?

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Is there any other neutral word for homosexual male than gay?

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How would a native speaker understand "Time flies like an arrow"?

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What does "they blew everyone away" mean?

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Paint vs Draw Difference in meaning

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Do you work or are you a student?

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Between two options, which does "former" refer to and which does "latter"?

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Differences between "in order to", "so that" and "so as to"?

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What do I call these things in English?

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Is there a special word for the numbers 11 to 19?

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Dates and times: "on", "in", "at"?

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Which is the plural of "forum": "fora" or "forums"?

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How do I use the word "documentation"?

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you're out a dollar -- what does that actually mean?

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How can I say that not noticing something was very difficult?

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When do we double the consonant before '-ing' affix?

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"carry out the rubbish"

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What is the difference between reckless and aggressive driving?

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How to tell animals to go away?

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What's the meaning of "piss on"?

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Meaning of empathically in context of an advice or a warning

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A brief response to salespeople's leading questions?

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"I have no clue" vs. "I haven't a clue" vs. "I am clueless"

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What does the word "topically" mean in this context?

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Is there any difference between 'get away' and 'run away' in this context?

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Should it be "staggered at" or "staggered by"?

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Difference between "even if" and "even though"