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"go into work" or "go to work"

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What does the *movies* word mean

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"I am here" or "Here I am" or "Here am I"

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I will do talking vs. I will talking

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A word for 'being secretly watched' by someone.

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Understanding "to be"

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to be worth the price of admission to something -- what exactly does this expression mean?

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Non-valid and invalid is there difference?

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How should I punctuate a sentence beginning with 'I was wondering'?

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Faulty Vs Defective

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Usage of the word "series"

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(Train / Subway) Station Vs (Train / Subway) Stop - Difference between (AmE / BrE)

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"...encompassed as I am by frost and snow" -- what does the "as" mean?

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Does this sound wrong > A: "Let's go to the zoo" - B: "Which animals do you wanna see in the zoo" - A: "I wanna see the lions"

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"Linearity was evaluated" vs. "The linearity was evaluated"

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"Sleep", "Fall asleep" and "Get sleep"

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What does it mean "to have runs of sth"

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Are we having classes tomorrow? vs Do we have classes tomorrow?

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What are the differences between "You always dress in a black suit" and "You are always dressed in a black suit" in spoken language?

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When to use "we're gonna be talking about" rather than "we're gonna talk about"?

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Word for "not crowded"?

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Can we say "The sound of what is this?" or "This is the sound of what?" (American English)

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Ground for dropping the article the

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Why can articles be omitted in this sentence?

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Can we use "will" to describe future plans?

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What's the difference between "what it's like to do sth" and "what is sth"?

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What do we call "three people who united on a person to destroy something he\she has"?

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"an" or the before an attributive clause

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How to answer single-word tag question?

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Would they call it a "rent" in English?

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