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

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Subtle impatience with "would"?

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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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Those or these?

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"are" or "were" in a clause embedded within a counterfactual clause

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is it better to use past simple in this example

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You can listen to the entire podcast over on Luminary if you want to

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Which word would you use for something 'internal' or 'in-house'?

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The meaning of "I am rotting on the inside"?

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I have to get/I got to get

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Coming vs. Going

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Semantic difference between two different kinds of usage of the participle as an adjective

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The difference between characteristic, feature, aspect, attribute and quality, their definitions are defined using each other

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Can ellipsis occur after time phrases?

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'used to' after 'when' in the dependent part of a complex sentence with the main 'used to'

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

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

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Talking to oneself

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

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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 preposition to put between "to fall" and "window"?

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What does trying to remember a moment when I’d felt more uncomfortably American. mean?

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What do you call the act of answering a question in a unsatisfactory way so that the we're compelled to ask another question?

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When telling a grammar rule, should I use plural or singular?

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To be singular to something

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We say "After you put the shirt on, you are wearing it". Would you say "After you lay your head on the pillow, you are laying your head on it"?

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Does "review over" mean go through every keywords in the context of classroom?

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Word order - automatically before or after verb?

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I miss vs I am missing

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How to create a word by juxtaposing a noun with a description, where the description consists of two words?

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