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Specific word to describe someone who is so good that isn't even considered in say a classification

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"get used to cycle" or "get used to cycling"

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Meaning of look up to God and its usage

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The syntax of metaphors in English

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Singular Verb or Plural Verb with "most"?

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"You go to a party with 500 guests." -> has the party 500 or 501 guests in total?

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Why can “bigly” or “big league” become a confusing question?Do they belong to the same part of speech?

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Which is correct: "read a Bible" or "read the Bible"?

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What is the correct term for the state of "something inside of the same thing inside of the same thing"?

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Get something up

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Feeling sarcastic and rude when I write "please" (in emails)

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How to say "To telephone"

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desirable, desired, preferable, preferred

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Pronunciation of "vial"

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Can you explain the meaning of the phrase "Worry plays no part in that"?

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What does "keep the bank on the policy sidelines for now" mean?

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What do "stay the same" and "in a matter of moments" mean in this following context?

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The use of the preposition "OF" in a sentence

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How do I use contraction in sentences like 'My brother and I have got a lot of toys'?

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Is the phrase 'on the bottom floor' an idiom?

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When to use conjunctive adverb: "otherwise"?

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relative pronoun and preposition

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Are these past Continuous in these two sentences?

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Which response is more appropriate?

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Can ''when'' be used instead of ''what days''?

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comma: ... concepts, among them A, B and C

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"oppose", active or passive voice?

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later or until later or not until later

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'to - infinitive' structure

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How to use "would imagine, say, think, etc. (that)…: used to give opinions that you are not certain about" properly?