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Word-order in indirect questions

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"The older a tree is” vs. “The older is a tree"

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Idiom for "I have just finished a great job and I'm proud"

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Which answer to a negative question is called positive?

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Is the second "they" facultative in expressions like "What they do is they..."?

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..."only if so are"

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Contramot or contramote

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The word order after "or" in a question

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"You use an obsolete definition of (?) hat". What must stand in place of (?)? [closed]

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"Of these two birds the male is that which is colored brighter"

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"X is brave. Y also is brave (bla-bla)", or "Y is also brave (bla-bla)", or "Y is brave also (bla-bla)"?

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I need a book which/that(?) is cheap enough, but in which/that(?) there are cute photos

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When does one drop the article after "with"?

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"I'll give him (a? the?) wonderful name, Macavity"

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Can a statement begin with "Which"?

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"I'll show it (on? by? with?...) a simple example."

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Difference between "raise" and "lift"

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Can "Et cetera" make a separate sentence?

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How to reword the phrase " dozens of people will buy..."

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X exists eternally. Which of the following ways to express this idea is better?

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Is "Not being a cat none of them could catch the mouse" grammatical?

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May one say "a question of profound principle"?

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"This question has been intriguing me for years" or "This question has intrigued me for years"?

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How to reword properly "Stick to the plan at any circumstances"?

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Interpretation of: "I discussed the subject of the paper with someone"

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"I bought both a red and a white roses"? Are the articles and the verb correct?

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The word "relate" (a nuance)

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"The problem is solved with a/the standard method of k-decomposition"

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Is it a restrictive clause and, if so, why?

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A strange difference between "which" and "what"