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What does "For next to nothing" mean?

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"He is 80 years young"

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"in the plane" or "on the plane"

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A low class (restaurant / bar / hotel) in AE

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What is the difference between "Does everybody..." and "Do everybody..."?

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Sounds - why does laughter not rhyme with daughter?

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"Only the masochist would choose to study Russian" or "Only a masochist would choose to study Russian"? (use of articles in generic noun phrases)

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What does the nutshell in “in a nutshell” stand for?

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Why is a 'ph' or 'gh' used instead of an 'f' in commonly used English words like Elephant and Enough?

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What does "It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated…" mean? (From Lincoln's Gettysburg Address)

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What is the difference between "I buy them in town" and "I buy them from town"

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What do the pronouns “that” and “its” refer to within the enclosed text?

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Is "I too am okay" grammatically correct?

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What is difference among "come" "come up" "come over" and "come around"?

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Do you have a book? Have you a book?

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'Bye' Vs 'Good Bye'

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Singular or plural when indicating something unique owned by many

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Template vs model

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How can I explain this "Who" question simply to my student?

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How to say that my pet sleeps "next to my legs"?

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The meaning of 'over' in 'Over at the cash desk'

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What is the meaning of this sentence from "A Study in Scarlet" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle?

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Is there a word for an option within an option?

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Using the word "whether" in conditional statements

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Can an 'adverb' modify 'nouns/pronouns'?

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“the room whose door is broken” vs “the room which door is broken”?

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Translation of "Why for you". (Softer, politer synonyms for "It's not your business")

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sequence of tenses in complex sentence

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Why must an English learners should know Grammar first?

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the meaning of "to be out" in the context