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32 votes

Is "motivate people's willingness" grammatically correct?

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She's been banned from tennis for five years

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It "is/was" crazy that he did not attend school for a whole month. - is or was?

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What's the meaning of 'secure the door'?

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Regarding the "whether... or ..." grammar structure, what informs the decision to use "whether it is..." or "whether they are..."?

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What does "distilled" mean when used in a book title?

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What does adverb "proper" really mean?

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'Walked up the drive'; what does it mean?

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What does the word "being" mean?

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How to understand the structure of "To the rescue has come the European Union"?

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Build vs Construct

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What is the difference between "sort of" and "a little" in spoken English?

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Which is grammatically correct, "my name is John" or "the name is John"?

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"On a daily life" or "In a daily life"?

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What tense should we use to talk about the habits of a dead person?

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Singular or Plural for between 2 matches?

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What is the difference between Present Perfect and past simple?

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add pollution to the air VS add air pollution

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Can something be incomplete without starting something first?

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Who consider(s) to become

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What is the actual usage of "If I would" and "If I could"?

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Is it correct to say "with less"?

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Is it ok if I say " he often involves in/with trouble/incidents"

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"In what forms of training do you participate in/to"

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incorporating foreign words with articles?

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Who (broke / has broken) the glass?

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Sentence Structure - "I'm seeing very few people roam or roaming..."

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have to be careful

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What does "scratch the last question" mean?

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"hear him tell" vs. "hear him tells"