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Curious if there is an idiom for “so as not to deceive”

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"List" + singular noun or "List" + plural noun?

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This or that in this context?

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Disorientated and unable to remember who they are/were or what their mission was/is

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Future tenses in

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With a roar from the crowd to speed them upwards

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The usage of ' in into on onto

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Can the prepositional phrase "at ease" be used with "very"?

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Positions of an adverb "quickly"

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In the sentence showed by this question is the word "though" necessary or at least useful?

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"It's useless worrying about it." VS "It's useless to worry about it."

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Difference between “somewhat like” and “something like”

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Present/Past Perfect/Past Simple with "Until now"

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Use of would with type 1 conditionals

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What is the difference between "he ran to the park" and "he went running to the park" and "he came running to the park"?

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signal words for/of the present perfect

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Must phrasal verbs be idiomatic in order to be "real" phrasal verbs

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What part of speech is more important?

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hold back from the suffering of the world

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"Why are you still making fun of me?" I have embarrassed myself enough - does it serve the purpose of trying to make a point

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Using “can I do” when ordering food at the restaurant!

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How should I understand the participle phrase ''found useful''?

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Subject of would

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Most people I know VERSUS Most of the people I know

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What does the verbal phrase 'presented to' mean?

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Return date vs. returning date

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"A very long letter was written to him " & "He was written a very long letter"

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Which is correct, "The car is at the station" or "The car is in the station"?

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Article "a" in "as good a job as"

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What is the part in the sentence that has been omitted?

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