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The difference between FIT and FITTING

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Differences between clauses: "It is (expected/intended) to employ 500 people in the factory."

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"James flicked a peanut at her." — What can "flicked" mean here?

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any problem these children have

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What is the difference between "the spacecraft is in the sky" and "the spacecraft is in space"?

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"Have something to eat" in American English

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The Present Simple instead of The Present Progressive in the speech of native speakers of English

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Is the 'a nice' in 'a nice to have' grammatical?

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"he has piano class" or "he has a piano class"?

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The difference between CREDIT and LOAN

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Better style for "Is there..." questions

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In contexts like 'this study can give English learners...', is 'can' idiomatic or should 'will' be used?

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Does present perfect imply several times in this example?

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They needed their own nicknames to join the party. So she made (it, them, one, ones) up

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Talking about future in Past

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"Whether X or whether Y" vs. "Whether X or Y"

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Does "spare my life" refer to just one person involved?

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Do how-to questions end with a question mark?

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Is "not a short period" in the sentence "I spent not a short period for the math exam" correct?

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Do we have a preposition meaning "divided by" the same way the preposition "times" meaning "multiplied by"?

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How many percent/percents?

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Is the "with the blessing of" here used in a sarcastic way?

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Can multiple verbs be used together, like in "kids cry, yell and misbehave"?

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Which one is most correct and natural: "due to fear of...," "due to a fear of..." or "due to the fear of..."?

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"he it was bought the diving dress"

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What tense should I use when I mention a clock which has stopped?

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Is it correct to say "I connected to my earbuds"?

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Is "Occupation Japan" idiomatic? (instead of occupation of Japan, occupied Japan or Occupation-era Japan)

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Is 'neon' used in daily life to refer to modern things?

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What is the logic behind "I am X years old"?

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