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Sam
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Do native speakers use prepositions correctly all the time?

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to see "accomplished" or to see "being accomplished"?

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What does "light" mean here?

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Can you answer a book in English?

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What does "I do real" mean?

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How do I use 'amicable' in a sentence?

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Difference between presentational skills and presentation skills

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Beginner's mind vs. a beginner's mind

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Is "mince" an exception to the silent e rule or does it follow it?

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looking for an adverb

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Past perfect, past perfect cont

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"English accent" vs "Accent of English" vs "Accent in English"

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they should have been

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but rep just said where is the evidence

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"He's tired because he had been running."

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And before my eyes rot

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Is the usage of 'correct' correct here?

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Can I use "in addition to" to mention new information?

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Is past perfect continuous mandatory when you mention the duration of an action in reported speech?

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Why one sentence is better than the other in a context while the meaning is virtually identical?

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do we say "the balloon is popped" or "the balloon has been popped" or "the balloon was popped" according to the time that we utter it?

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What verb would you recommend with 'interest' to mean "increase"?

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Talking to oneself

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Subtle impatience with "would"?

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Meaning of 'take away'

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To maintain the time relation between 2 actions, is it necessary to backshift the first verb

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"English proficiency" vs "proficiency in the English language"

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Is there a rule to decide whether I should put a determiner before the countable noun "batch"?

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What is the difference between "coalesce" and "merge"?

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What's the difference between 'on' and 'about"?

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