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"As following" vs "as follows"

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Using "at a jail" vs. "in a jail"

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6 answers
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The difference between 'extra chair' and 'spare chair'

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Difference between Track and Trace

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1 answer
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"regardless whether" vs. "regardless of whether"

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7 answers
23k views

What is the word for describing something old?

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10 votes
3 answers
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abstain vs refrain

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3 answers
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"No smoking allowed" or "No smoking is allowed"?

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8 votes
1 answer
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"half" or "half of"?

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8 votes
4 answers
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"I've been doing this (for) a week" -- When do you leave out the 'for' when talking about duration, and when do you not?

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7 votes
2 answers
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how to use be and become

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2 answers
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To do a meeting or To make a meeting?

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Differences between "cut", "cut off", and "cut out"

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In fear of vs for fear of

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Opposite of "The traffic is busy."

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'Considered' vs 'Considered as'

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3 answers
552 views

ING-gerund VS --OF-- noun phrase

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2 answers
243 views

Using "neither… nor"

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1 answer
5k views

Difference between "sue/charge/accuse/litigate/bring a suit/bring an action" [closed]

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3 votes
3 answers
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"Make A Buy" Vs "Make A Purchase"

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1 answer
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"Wrote it wrong" or "wrote it wrongly"?

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2 answers
4k views

Cat Is On/Up A Tree

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3 votes
2 answers
604 views

Lie with or rest with

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1 answer
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I did it ( myself or by myself) [duplicate]

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2 answers
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"arrive" Vs. "reach" what are the differences if any?

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1 answer
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"come home" vs "come to homes"

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2 votes
1 answer
4k views

"an hour" vs "for an hour" [duplicate]

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1 answer
161 views

Where should "most" be in this sentence?

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2 votes
2 answers
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"I am most interested in X." vs "I am mostly interested in X."

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3 answers
2k views

The prepositions "for" & "to"