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59 votes

Is there a word or phrase that means "use other people's wifi or Internet service without consent"?

17 votes

I'm baffled at this expression: "If I don't talk to you beforehand, then......"

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'to' versus 'in order to'

13 votes

Photo Vs. Picture Vs. Image : What is the difference between them?

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Is the name of a disease considered a proper noun?

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What verb goes with "coup"?

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What are the differences between 'proof' and 'prove'?

9 votes

named or named as

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Tense when saying "This is the first time" you've been somewhere

8 votes

Is "forenoon" commonly used?

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Passive voice with must or have to

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What does "its" refer to? Does it mean "happiness's"?

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Unable to understand what the phrase means in this excerpt

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What does this himself mean?

5 votes

meaning of "lie about"

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Word or phrase to describe people who work in think tanks / policy institutes?

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What is humorous about calling people "mortals"?

5 votes

Informal word for cartilage?

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Does "read" alone always refer to silently reading?

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aboard: part of speech and its replacement for 'on board'

4 votes

Does "I am not discussing it" mean "I am not going to discuss it"?

4 votes

When to add "up" after a verb and when not?

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What does "Easy does it" mean?

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What does "claimed her body" mean?

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Is the word "gamer" allowed to use in official documents?

3 votes

What is the meaning of "should" here?

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Is it better to change "wash" into "washing"?

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What does it means "The strength of any business network is essentially its weakest link."

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In American English, why is the past tense of "plan" spelt "planned"?

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"I have been sent" or "I am sent"?