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What is the difference: "have been" vs "were"

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Are "in there" and "in here" incorrect?

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"He is good looking" vs "He is looking good"

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What is the meaning of "as if" here?

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Do we need an article before 'wife' in this sentence?

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'Fortunate enough to' vs 'fortunate to'

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Word for "gradually removing the vacuum"

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"Is time to be happy" Or "It is time to be happy"

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Parts of speech

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Which pronoun do I use: who/whom/that?

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Regarding the usage of clauses similar to "To conclude," and "To sum up,"

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Using present perfect tense before "only when"

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I want snacking - correct expression?

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Can we use "indeed" in negative sentences to emphasize the negative point?

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"what+noun" can take modifiers when asking?

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What is the subject in the sentence "Rice is being cooked by Mary"?

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What does 'it' refer to?

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More Difficult Yet

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Does "has been employed" imply they still are employed?

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How to use the verbal phrase "to keep from V-ing"

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Question about the tense of "is" in "We are sorry that we thought it is well-known"

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What does "...was a saint, upon which declaration..." mean in this Wikipedia article?

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Could anyone help me parse this sentence, please?

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Does the word 'all' in the clause 'all he had' mean the only thing?

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Why do two sentences have different structures?

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Difference between "what car would you like to buy?" and "what kind of car would you like to buy?"

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past simple or present perfect for a past action with effect on present

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"Was" vs "has/had" in this sentence

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Prepositional phrase

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Is the given sentence grammatically as correct with the THEM as it is without it?