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"Tom wants (wanted) you to pick him up" - which tense to use?

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Difference between related and relevant

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'due' is an adjective or what in this case?

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Doing something right before you need it - expression for this?

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"Cannot" vs "will not be able to"

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Best decision I/I've ever made-- difference?

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What is the meaning of this Game of Thrones quote?

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The baby was sleeping or slept?

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What does 'for which' here refer to? Does it mean 'because of which'?

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"I would say..." vs. "I believe that..."

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Do you have time available in the week or two to come?

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How to say just want to let you know politely

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“in the meanwhile” vs. “in the meantime”

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Adding "goer" at the end of a word?

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Is it wrong/illogical to say ... twisted open the door?"

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Can I omit ‘to’ after ‘and’?

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A question related to past tense

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I don't care if she says no

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Is there any difference between "content" and "willing"?

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Which one should I start the sentence with, “What are” or “What is”?

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What is the difference? "had been" vs "was"

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How may native speakers ask to 'validate' a ticket on the train other than using 'validate'

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An appropriate antonym for "evolution"

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Present perfect vs. present simple

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Modals with ellipses

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has been taught / had been taught/ was taught

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The use of "non" and hyphen

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One word substitution

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meaning of “prove $1 of value and .. low threshold to purchase”

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The baby is crying all the time or has been crying all the time?