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What does “We mortals are but shadows and dust” mean?

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

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Which term is correct? "I have no" or "I don't have any"

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Where is the subject in "[...] weaker than would otherwise have been the case"?

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Is there a verb in English that means the act of postponing something in detriment of other people?

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

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How do I use the word 'Software' as plural?

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What is omitted here?

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What makes the need of a definite article?

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The difference between "can be" and "may be"?

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"How Internet helps you?" vs "How does Internet help you?"

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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?

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What does the sentence mean?

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"admit" vs "admit of"

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meaning of "here we go"

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Adverb position

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Who is a person with 'integrity'?

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Why is "He knows to swim" incorrect?

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Is this a correct verb: Irregularizing

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'Provided' or 'provided with'

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Usage of different prepositions after 'common'

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What does ‘by’ mean?

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Is "schwa" sound voiced or unvoiced sound?

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why "that" isn't used here instead of "if"?

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"if the train was leaving" vs. "if the train were leaving" (indicative vs. subjunctive): difference in meaning

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combining sentences containing "Will be"

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Should we use "a" or "the" before date

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

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

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Collocations of the word "near" with temporal and spatial nouns