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Warren Ham
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13 votes

Difference between "having time to myself" and "having time for myself"

6 votes
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'Help improve Android Studio' <-- Is this grammatically correct?

5 votes

What does “Hashtag blessed” exactly mean here?

4 votes
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The meaning of 'more or less' in the 'Justice League' Comicon trailer

4 votes

The use of " to behave"

3 votes

She read the book "at the desk" or "on the desk"?

3 votes

Usage of "incite" in a positive context

3 votes

Confusion about the use of the present simple in a story

2 votes
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Why do we use subject pronouns in place of object pronouns?

1 vote

Since the accident of the last year or something

1 vote

Go jogging is a verb or noun?

1 vote

When a witch or wizard influences your life in a negative manner

1 vote

For / from / of January 15, 1892?

1 vote

How to say 'in a round way'

1 vote

(went to / have been to / had been to) + last year

1 vote

Is "want someone to do" double objects?

1 vote

To live in village or on country?

1 vote
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How can I coherently use a sentence to effect of "entrusted by both Client and Project Management"

1 vote
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this is be determined by... -- use of "be"?

1 vote

which one ("numbers" or "number") in this context?

1 vote

Tense agreement: "confirmed it is" v.s. "confirmed it was"

1 vote

when to use "you may know that..." and when to use "you may have known that..."?

1 vote
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The expression "your right" when used to respond to an apology

1 vote
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The use of the word "to realize"

1 vote
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What is the difference between 'let me know' and 'tell me'

1 vote

What does "pull the ground" mean, and what may "sickle" and "scythe" symbolize?

0 votes

What does this "azure-barred" mean?

0 votes

a practical way to write words in a Phonetic transcription

0 votes

To announce the lowest price to win a project

0 votes

comma when addressing a person