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Usage "in spite of" and "despite of"

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If you agree, you 'nod'; if you don't agree, you _________?

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"fits" or "suits" my needs?

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How would a native speaker understand "Time flies like an arrow"?

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Spelling of noun for 'absorb' - 'absorption' or 'absorbtion'

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How much should I trust Wiktionary?

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Is there any difference between “which” and “that”?

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What is the word for the words which are not spoken, but should be understood?

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Do I "access" or "get access to"?

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Provide information "on", "of" or "about" something?

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The exact meaning of "for that matter"

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Difference between “was seated” and “was sitting”

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What's the meaning of "Late Wednesday night"?

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How is double negation interpreted in English?

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When should I use "phantasy" rather than "fantasy"?

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What is the difference between “unacademic” and “nonacademic”?

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However, in spite of

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What's the pronunciation of `tearDown` in jUnit?

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Is the word 'game' negative?

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Main meaning of 'fastidious'

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School calls my daughter a ward

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Word for group of noisy people

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Can ages ahead be possible?

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What are the differences between "know", "know about", and "know of"?

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What's the saying that those who scream loud aren't the most dangerous ones?

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What is the type of movement of hot-air balloons called in English?

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Is ending a sentence with a preposition acceptable?

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What does "... somebody who's gonna call you out " mean?

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How can I increase my focus and pleasure in reading English?

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What's the meaning of 'adventure'?

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