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5 votes
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Is "V-ing of something" structure always possible?

4 votes
1 answer
2k views

"the way" vs "in the way"

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1 answer
107 views

The meaning of "to make of" in Macmillan dictionary

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2 answers
197 views

tense in a sub-clause

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3 answers
263 views

Unusual meaning of 'will' in the sentence

3 votes
2 answers
438 views

an adjective after a verb [duplicate]

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1 answer
811 views

'as much hot as' or 'much as hot as' or 'as much as hot'?

2 votes
1 answer
1k views

for noun + to infinitive

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3 answers
295 views

interpreting present participle in the sentence

2 votes
2 answers
2k views

in the way? on the way? and in the way to?

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1 answer
27k views

it isn't raining vs it doesn't rain

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463 views

infinitive vs verb vs gerund

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1 answer
973 views

changing a sentence from "It is verb-ed that" to "subject is verb-ed to infinitive"

1 vote
3 answers
1k views

"put something off 3 days" vs "put off something for 3 days"?

1 vote
1 answer
158 views

non human subject and passive voice

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2 answers
2k views

'as adverb as' or 'adverb + as much as'?

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3 answers
462 views

relative pronoun after preposition

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1 answer
349 views

missing preposition 'for' before time

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1 answer
489 views

'worth +noun + ing' or 'worth + for noun + ing'

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420 views

what is omitted after 'with' in 'to begin with' & 'get it over with'?

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3 answers
9k views

Didn't you not-verb.. is this correct?

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13k views

Alternatives for "It's been long since we met"

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62 views

Difference between adjective+noun and noun+adjective

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1 answer
144 views

Is "assume a noun" possible, instead of assume that~?

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42 views

"make more orders for pencils" vs "make an order for more pencils"

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46 views

Meaning of cost and receipts in context

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27 views

Paraphrasing a sentence with post modifier

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4k views

"is built" vs "was built"

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Use of present perfect and comparison with other tenses

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458 views

preposition 'for'