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Is it "I'm currently in the bathroom" or "I'm currently at the bathroom"?

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Idiom: "What are we looking at? Minutes, hours, or days?"

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surprising vs. evident in a multiple choice question

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Use and meaning of "wouldn't" in "you wouldn't" and "a speaker wouldn't"

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Why is there the indefinite article in: “a Victorian 23 knots”?

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Meaning of "There is no god and we are his prophets."

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"Fighting with" or just "fight"

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(The) thunder rumbled - in a story book

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quite a bit, quite a lot Vs very

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Not expect any result OR results?

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The indefinite article - which sentence is correct?

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Differences between onward, forth, ahead, front, fore, forward

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Using Them / Him / Her

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How to figure out whether I can address a person as "homie" or "dog"? Is it offensive?

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When a man is harassing a woman on the street saying something to her

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all toiling like cock-angels

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What is the appropriate phrase for your mind not being clear enough, scrambled, foggy or fuzzy?

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Use of 'where' and grammar check

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Do I use present or future with "so that"?

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How to say the period of time when you are not on vacation?

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When a country exploits other people / countries

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how to use the word by in the following sentence

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Please explain why the commas are used

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Can I say "contribute for someone"?

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An English word describing a pseudo-job

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"Even vinegar, once you've gotten it for free, tastes sweet": Is there an English equivalent for this saying?

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"As frustrating as Mikey’s days were, his experience is pretty typical" -- what does the "as ... as" mean?

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One could've it mistaken for...?

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How to use the word “purge"

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I miss the old bus