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What is the difference between "me neither" and "me either"?

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The difference between "Older" and "Elder"

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Why do we use the article "the" in "Thank you for the flowers" when flowers is plural?

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Can we say "They are Englishes"?

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The opposite of "wanted"

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What's the difference between in/to?

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Which is the correct question ("Who has" vs "Who have")?

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Is it OK to omit the pronoun when we're talking about an action that's been done by someone else?

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Where is the main verb of "the glossy skyscrapers that house hedge funds and investment banks look too polished?"

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It's broken or it has been broken

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Difference between (might, might have and could have)

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'Should have' in a factual sense

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Analyzing "So am I"

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What does this "electric" mean and function here?

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Is "forty-five year-old" correct?

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why the order of have/had is different

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"The English grammar" or "English grammar"

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Is putting -able to any verb allowed?

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What is the difference between "being" and "having been" in this context?

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use of 2 relative pronouns

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The meaning of “for the first time”

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Using “she” pronoun to refer to a ship

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"saw it work" vs. "saw it worked"

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What makes an Indian English accent hard to understand?

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Can "happy" be a verb?

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"Is" vs "has been" in English

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Usage of Active Voice without subject

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Have to / having to?

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Bit or Bitten - which is correct usage?

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Will you still love me when I'm no longer young and beautiful?