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1 answer
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I went to the doctor's

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8 answers
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Introductory word meaning "considering what was previously said"

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4 answers
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It happened the same to me as John

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1 answer
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Source vs spring [closed]

2 votes
6 answers
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No longer ago than yesterday

1 vote
1 answer
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Should I use indefinite article with the word money?

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1 answer
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After request vs after a request

6 votes
4 answers
1k views

"Manager" or "supervisor" when complaining about service?

4 votes
2 answers
1k views

Questions with gerund as the subject

2 votes
1 answer
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See you later or talk to you soon grammar parsing

1 vote
1 answer
886 views

Synonym for pointing out someone's wrong behaviour

6 votes
5 answers
761 views

Position of not in a question

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3 answers
719 views

Conditional in past tense narration

2 votes
1 answer
593 views

Second conditional and sequence of tenses

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1 answer
462 views

May I use "parted with his life" for "died"?

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2 answers
355 views

Remain just that

2 votes
2 answers
348 views

May I call greetings between people who don't know each other well an "exchange of politeness"?

1 vote
1 answer
333 views

Past perfect usage in hypothetical statement

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275 views

Meaning of X is as (adj) as he/she/it can be

2 votes
1 answer
186 views

Sequence of tenses for facts irrelevant of the moment of speech

1 vote
1 answer
162 views

What does quote mean in this case?

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2 answers
140 views

How often do English speakers mishear an important and unimportant?

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1 answer
139 views

Definite article with espresso machine?

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2 answers
136 views

Phrase meaning: fall as much as 90%

3 votes
1 answer
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Cut off with indirect object

3 votes
1 answer
105 views

Grammar parsing of the sentence

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1 answer
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Plural noun with singular to be

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1 answer
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Any as past participle adverb?

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2 answers
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Past simple or past perfect here?

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Why past perfect here?