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What does "Whose go is it?" mean?

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Could "front" also mean "before"?

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"On the Oscar night" or "on Oscar night"?

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What is 'explain like I'm five'?

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Does "pussy" also mean…?

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What do you call these problems including those can be seen on some knitted clothes?

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"It were students ...' or 'It was students...'?

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Formal way of asking- "what's your name"?

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how to parse one news title

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Can we say "Floor 10"?

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Near, Nearer, Nearest

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"Our house gets really cold when the wind is blowing/blows from the east"

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Non-Verbal Films......or......Non-Speech Films

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How to politely explain to someone that their lack of clarity is due to their ignorance?

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What does "One CPU is going to 'smoke' another CPU" mean?

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meaning of "residents of Hare’s Breath, Nebraska"

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Usage of "to make something out of something"

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Repetitive use of word "Basically"

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Difference between "over" and "on"

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Any or every age?

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When to use don't + pronoun

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Why break wind means fart?

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What is a difference between "to bear", "to stand", "to put up with" in the next situation

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Choice between 'teenage' and 'elementary-level'

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Group of people: A problem with singular and plural

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How to make sentences if I happened to be in these situations and and how I have to express myself in this situations

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"Could anyone have expected that..." vs. "could anyone expect that..."

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Non-binarist "Dear Sir or Madam"

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Which one is correct from these two phrases?

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Is it grammatical to write the conditionals in two separate sentences?

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