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Sam
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Would I say "Don't move to the edge of the bed. Move to the middle of it" or "Don't move onto the edge of the bed. Move into the middle of it"?

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What is single word for omit the details?

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"figure out" vs. "work out"

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Why in this sentence the writer used past perfect instead of past simple?

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"alternative" vs. "choices"

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silent syllables in AmE and BrE

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"Have a lot of people ask me" — Why causative here?

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the usage of "it can be said"

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Why is the definite article not used in these cases although the context is specific?

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Don't want to have to vs Have to

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"for a field" vs. "to a field"

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Is (being) loaded

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"How great it would be" x "How great would it be". Do both have the same meaning?

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Insist (that) something should be done

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Is it correct to use 'folks' in the same sense as 'people' in general?

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“The largest bird ever to exist”

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Past tense VS Past Perfect tense(relate to If-clause)

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There's an awareness of conspicuous consumption. Why is the article 'an' needed before awareness when awareness is an uncountable noun?

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Two meanings of “for somebody to do something”

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"So that": reason/purpose vs. result/consequence

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Do you need the definite article in "taking the time"?

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they should have been

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

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

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Meaning of 'take away'

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And before my eyes rot

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

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"Bringing ambition in/to life."

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Can you answer a book in English?

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What does "light" mean here?

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