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Why do we reverse the order in one sentence but not the other?

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Is "to be down to do something" grammatical and common usage?

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"That was expected" or "That was to be expected."

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To be fine/okay with doing something."?

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"With the" Does one pronounce both "th" sounds?

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"That's the opinion of many?"

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"He moved away from me."

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"Know not to do something?"

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"Wait with doing something" grammatical?

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Is "Where lies the problem?" grammatical?

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"Get him off me!" or "Get him off of me!"

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"I am not hungry no more." [duplicate]

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Is "much too many" grammatical?

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"I assume you know" vs. "I am assuming you know"

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"I will be there before you."

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Is "for any" needed in "We dont want to stay here for any longer than we have to."?

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This explosive explodes "on contact"?

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Shakespeare wrote "a great many" plays?

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Why can you "put on clothes" but can't "take them on" and "take them off" but can't "put them off"?

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Can you "fear doing something"?

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"Not today anymore"? [closed]

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"It's on us" construction meaning?

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How to tell whether ing forms are gerunds or participles

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"A little too many" or "A few too many"?

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Is this grammatical? "This game will be decided by which team has the better strikers."

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"He gets away with anything."

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Another way of saying "to almost make something"

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Is there an idiom for "not without disadvantages"?

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"High unemployment led to him not being able to find a job"

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I dont understand this sentence