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Future tenses in

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Return date vs. returning date

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What does the verbal phrase 'presented to' mean?

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

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

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

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A sentence with that: grammatical?

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trust vs entrust

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

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I don't... neither am I in one sentence

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How to paraphrase 'would' in hypothetical situations and future reference?

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i realised I left vs I realised I had left

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How do I use 'amicable' in a sentence?

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What does "I do real" mean?

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Past perfect, past perfect cont

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"take me along with you" vs "take me along"

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The difference between ‘He had only been there for a few minutes’ and ‘He had been there only for a few minutes.’?

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"It is important to recognise the interdependence between individual, culturally formed actions and the state of cultural integration." meaning

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Past tense multiple times used

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A word for the process of meeting potential new flatmates?

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contexts for "to learn" vs. "for learning"

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Meaning of "Over" in this sentence

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Brother and sister while they aren't biological siblings - how to call such usage?

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Dangling modifier

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The usage of commas when writing an address

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Meaning of "What does it mean to"

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"How a foolish boy he is!" vs. "How foolish a boy he is!"

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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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Is the usage of 'correct' correct here?