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How do I say "1/1000"?

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Is an "are" omitted in this sentence

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Move one seat right or Move to one seat right or Move one seat to right

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Why write "does" instead of "is" "What time does/is the pharmacy open?"

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Can I use "drag it me"?

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Next month, I _______ John for 20 years

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Is it grammatically correct to have full sentences in a list?

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What do you call this nearby position?

3 votes

Which is more appropriate? "I was married" OR "I have been married"?

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Great Expectations [is written vs has been written] by Charles Dickens

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How do I punctuate "according to" in a sentence?

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Can these words imply the opposite of their meanings?

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Isn't "tapping" what you say when you fill up a bath tub with water?

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Why was the noun 'president' used without any articles in 'to be president' though it's a countable noun?

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She's been banned from tennis for five years

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In American English, is there more than one way of saying "pick up" a person when you call round to their home with a car to take them somewhere?

2 votes

Omitting 'that' in this sentence

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Horse light/heavy [drain / strain / labour / weight]?

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Synonym for the word "information"

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Do not or does not?

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Does the word “gather” make sense in this context?

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Meaning of "buy" in "I don't buy this person answering your mobile."

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What would be the correct preposition for the word "project" when speaking about members of a project

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"or" between items

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", he/she on ..." vs. ", him/her on ..."

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When should I use 'thaw' and 'melt'?

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Partial application of "As"

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Use of comma after introductory phrase

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Starting in [year] v. starting from [year]

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Which one is correct? "Why is art a culture" or "Why art is a culture"?