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How to pronounce "scorpion'll", "Jim'll", etc

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Reporting loss of a bag at a police station - which is more appropriate, "I lost my bag" or "I have lost my bag"?

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Is there a word where `w` can not be replaced?

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What does "off of" mean?

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What do "conferences" refer to?

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Pronunciation of "Jews" vs "juice"

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Why must I use "following" instead of "next" when introducing a list?

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Difference between "Should" vs "ought to"

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How come the answer to "how much" here is countable?

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Why do we pronounce "slurp" with ə, but "slump" with ʌ?

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this batch of honey

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‘If you speak English, please press 9’

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What are the differences between /ɑ/ and /ɔ/ in American English?

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"Scared of you" vs. "feared of you"

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"It exactly addresses" or "It addresses exactly"

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If you came [had come] tomorrow, I might be [have been] able to help you.​

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Is there at least a single English word which starts with the [ʊ] sound?

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When do I REALLY need to pronounce an s as a z?

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How can I know when a present-tense verb has a future time implication not strictly a present time one?

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Should I use diacritical marks?

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stop (from) doing

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couldn't or hasn't been able to

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Is "If it was, then I did" a real English conditional?

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use a relative pronoun inside of another one

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Can I say "I'm doing this first than you"?

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Two verbs after a modal verb: should the second verb come with to?

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Local English-English dictionaries

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When is 'c' pronounced /ʃ/? Is there any rule?

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Their flight was ..... by bad weather

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a peach, orange, or apple Or a peach, an orange, or an apple