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

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

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

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"Have something to eat" in American English

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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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"I only have a friend” vs "I only have one friend”

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"Heaven's Gate" vs "The Gates of Hell"

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"Heaven's Gate" vs "The Gates of Hell"

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Can "hold on" and "hold up" be interchangeable in British and American English when you want to stop someone from proceeding an action?

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Have a nice travel?

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She's been banned from tennis for five years

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Is "par for the course" used only for negative situations?

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The one with a red door. / The one with the red door

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"he it was bought the diving dress"

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

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

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How many percent/percents?

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Usage of "you will come to"

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Is "memory power" or "memory" used by native speakers

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Better style for "Is there..." questions

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The difference between CREDIT and LOAN

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

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Why can't we say "win a world record"?

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Are "on leaving school" and "after leaving school" the same?

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

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{With/Besides/Despite of} all his wealth ... which version of this sentence is correct?

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Can I omit the definite article or use the indefinite article even though I'm writing about specific items?

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"In whose symbolic shadow we stand today"

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can "even to" be used instead of "even for"