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On a bus or on the bus? [duplicate]

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4 answers
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“In the bus” or “on the bus” [duplicate]

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5 answers
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What do we call this part of the room?

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2 answers
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What do we call a small grin?

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3 answers
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How to understand the land distance when it is referred in “blocks”?

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2 answers
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Help understanding the articles in "There is A picture over THE crib." and "She's putting A blanket over THE baby."

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2 answers
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What do you usually do on your day-off? "I usually drive to work"

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2 answers
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Equivalent idiom in English

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1 answer
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Difference between "did you go" and "have you been to"

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2 answers
703 views

Dreams are made true or Dreams get “made true”?

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2 answers
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Is it scary to say "I am following you"?

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1 answer
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How to use names in directly addressed questions?

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2 answers
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What is the proper word for “entry fee”?

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2 answers
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What do we call a male domestic servant?

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3 answers
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Goodnight or Have a nice day?

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1 answer
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What verb to use after "did"?

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2 answers
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“I wish we don't do that again in the future” or “I wish we would not do that in the future"

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1 answer
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'Good stomach' or 'good digestion'

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Difference between 'prepositional phrase' and 'adjective phrase'?

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3 answers
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Difference between “food” and rice

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1 answer
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Talking or speaking to someone [duplicate]

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1 answer
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A question about pronoun-antecedent agreement

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2 answers
1k views

John is calling you or John's calling you

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1 answer
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Using tense after the word “did”

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1 answer
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How to use possessive apostrophe(s) with plural acronyms and initialisms/abbviation?

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2 answers
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"I major in accounts" vs. "My major is accounts"

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1 answer
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The correct way to say how reading books help you forget

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1 answer
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Using is/was and can/could correctly

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3 answers
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I was wet or I was wet with the rain [closed]