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Edwin Ashworth
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27 votes

Is the sentence "This whiteboard won't erase" grammatically correct?

11 votes

Is "sing" a noun or a verb in this quote by Samuel Beckett?

4 votes

What is the meaning of "down by the creek"?

4 votes

"How it works?" vs. "How does it work?"

4 votes

Which between "crap" and "shit" is more rude?

4 votes

Article with parts of the body

3 votes

Can we use "happenings" as a synonym for "incidents"?

3 votes

infinitive and noun as object in a sentence

3 votes

What would be the passive version of "I am having the knowledge"?

3 votes

can we use "told+to+object"?

2 votes

I'd rather you didn't, if you don't mind

2 votes

My English teacher said that non-progressive verbs cannot be use with the ing but there are some exceptions

2 votes

Does 'to' function as a preposition in 'the trick to getting this chair to fold' but as a to-infinitive in 'some tricks to speed up your ...'?

2 votes

expressions in an appositive relation

2 votes
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is being opened vs to be opened

2 votes

"Do you know" vs. "Did you know"

2 votes

English,article,use of "the"

1 vote

can I say "I hope you find this email well" as a greeting?

1 vote

Is this sentence correct - "She ended up reaching for the tissues."?

1 vote

Distinguishing durative verbs

1 vote

"Attract" or "Attracts"

1 vote

Should I say "To secure" or "To securing?"

1 vote
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"But in a city where people are used to cold winters, life carries on as usual."

1 vote

Splitting the if-clause

1 vote

To reach my aims vs To achieve my aims

1 vote

afraid of snatching vs afraid of being snatched

1 vote

difference between mixed conditionals

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Is it okay to take subject common and maintain parallelism?

1 vote

Does "should not have (past participle)" have the same meaning as "should have not to (verb)"?

1 vote

How to choose a tense for the verb "be back"?