2018
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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28
comment To or for in this context?
@J.R. No, I don't think it would. As I've explained above, it seems really off to use something like "my mind / head". take a look at the examples. here is more: "The idea arose in response to people's need of drinkable water"
Jun
28
answered To or for in this context?
Jun
28
answered Missing verb for a certain movement by hand
Jun
20
awarded  Teacher
Jun
20
answered Vocabulary to describe a great football (soccer) victory
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19
answered Does “Three students were given two notebooks. ” mean that each student was given two?
2017
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19
awarded  Student
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19
awarded  Editor
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19
awarded  Scholar
Jan
19
revised Correct form of an article in these sentences:
added 21 characters in body
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19
accepted Correct form of an article in these sentences:
Jan
19
comment Correct form of an article in these sentences:
@Lambie and could you explain how ?! I have written everything necessary for answering this questions.
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19
asked Correct form of an article in these sentences: