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Raj 33
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Present Perfect Tense vs. Present Perfect Continuous Tense

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Sincere to or Sincerity to

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Posterous meaning

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Opposite word of Nomophobia

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Does she have / Has she usage

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"Depend" usage in present continuous

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Why Past Perfect in this example?

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Peoples say "request to" is wrong but I see a lot of sources have that kind of sentences

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Passive voice question forms

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Said that & that said

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Clear the stock or Clear out the stock

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"On the whole" usage

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"First" in middle of the sentence

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Think of start doing something

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Spend some words

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"Quite" before an adjective

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Subject after "but"

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"for a delay without delay" means?

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"to fulfill the word I had given" Idiomatic?

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As it wishes (or) As per its wish

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Is the given sentence redundant or some kind of emphasis?

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Leaving out an infinitive clause : No auxillary and auxiliary after to-infinitive clause

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Formal word/phrase for the informal question tag "right?"

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"a not unusual" or "not an unusual"

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Transitive verbs versus intransitive verbs

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Transitive verbs usage

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Two objects vs. Object+Prepositional phrase and "request you to" vs. "request that"

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Past tense or Present Perfect tense

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Possessive Pronouns Usage: Mine, Hers, His

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Difference between "did broke" vs. "was broken" vs. "broken"?