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Are these called "columns" of students or "vertical rows" of students?

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Is the word "around" needed?

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Should I use "the" or "an" here after "every"?

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How to use DOUBLE as a verb

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'The exam is very difficult so I don't think ___ can pass it'

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Verb "to convict" with prepositions

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What is this "should"?

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What is the difference between these two sentences? - preposition

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". . . those who feel able to answer this call for help, have a strong cup of coffee and be on your way."

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Why present progressive in this context

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"Courtesy [was] extended" - how does adding or removing "was" affect the meaning?

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Is there any noteworthy difference between "expend" and "spend"?

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How to use a present participle as an adjective? Is "a boy coming from N.Y." correct?

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Questions about "partial negation"

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How to understand 'by' in "until by..."

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Why is comma used in this sentence?

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Use of definite article before "customer service"

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Is "heavens" used as a plural or singular?

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Is it correct to say "a hasty man" meaning the person has a hasty manner of his behavior?

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pattern of I'm sorry, but

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Can I use "intend" or "intention" for a planned development?

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shifting words in a sentence to clarify emphasis

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What's is the meaning of "to" in this context—"Trace to"?

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Could 'in some sense' be replaced with 'in some senses' without modifying the meaning?

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Can I use "still" directly without verbs?

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"It is snow everywhere." OR "It is snowy everywhere."

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contractions: "I have been" vs "I have a"

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What does "compromise" mean in this sentence?

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What does "brought his chair on four legs" mean?

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"No matter when" OR "it doesn't matter when"

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