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Sam
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Which is correct vs which one is correct?

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"He nearly died doing it." meaning in this context?

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Passive sentence

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with “s” or without “s”

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What is the difference between because, in that, inasmuch?

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Let's cross on/at the green light. which one is correct?

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can use the with other

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Are "whereunto", "in which" and "whereto" all synonymous?

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What does "such, so, eventually" mean?

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I want to know the grammatical label for one of the following words in a sentence

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Sally found an excuse and escaped the punishment. Can I replace the word 'escaped' by 'ran away, fled or got off'?

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correct use of them

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Making up illogical, unreasonable and unimportant excuses/objections

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What does the word "individual" mean here?

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"in a street" or "in the street"?

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Placement of comma in order to be grammatically correct

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Is it "China, People's Republic" or "China, People's Republic of"?

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function of 'As' in this sentence

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Grammar check - made able to

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Is the that clause in this sentence a misplaced modifier?

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How to determine, the verb I have chosen for making a sentence, that is transitive or intransitive?

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Is it correct to use "an appointment or appointment?

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"risk of cancer" or "cancer risk"?

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The definite article in sentences with relative clauses

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A feeling that you missed something that you had to do(expression)

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What if I don't pronounce 'the' as /T͟Hē/ or /T͟Hə/ and instead something in between?

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As simple be it may

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Difference *was not* and *did not*

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are just trying too

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institutionalize

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