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5 votes

"Could you please help me" vs "Could you help me please"

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Do these various words for "writing something online" have any significant differences in meaning?

4 votes

What is omitted here?

13 votes
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"Would have + past participle" construction can be used to express speculation about the past?

2 votes

Comma and where

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How to parse 3 successive negations: '... does not ... without ... unless ... ' ?

0 votes

Which definitions of 'positive' and 'negative' apply?

3 votes

Why is "He knows to swim" incorrect?

2 votes

A sentence from Swan's PEU using plural 'are' and not singular 'is'

2 votes

"The agreement was ratified by parliament" - why no definite article?

1 vote
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"Either" and "too" in pairs of sentences

3 votes
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"admit" vs "admit of"

1 vote

Usage of "wanna", "hafta"

1 vote

As-Clause Dependent

4 votes
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all you need to do is figure out - if "figure out" is changed to "to figure out", how does the meaning change?

3 votes
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Is this a correct verb: Irregularizing

1 vote

Difference between "all" and "any"

1 vote

How do I parse “none privileged over the others as truer or more nearly in accord with things as they are, although not for that reason all equal.”?

2 votes

Is the past perfect correct? - "I had forgotten that I was going to read ... when the guests came home ..."

2 votes

What is the difference between these sentences using past perfect tense?

1 vote

"Be obsessing over" vs. "be obsessed with/by"?

2 votes
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"Services marketing" vs "marketing services"

3 votes

Who is a person with 'integrity'?

3 votes

Adverb position

3 votes

meaning of "here we go"

1 vote

Meaning of "lacking responsibility" in this sentence

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Is this strange sentence grammatically correct?

1 vote

Ambiguous meaning of "his murder"

2 votes

Correctness of "It is rarely that + [clause]"?

2 votes
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Word or phrase to describe the process to arrange some disorganized information so as to get a more thorough understanding?