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What's the polite way to say "I need to urinate"?

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What does 'limbs' mean in this context?

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What does the sentence "haptic feedback on your device gives the game a satisfying analogue feel" mean here?

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I made a mistake in my predictions for/on/by/in 42 days?

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What does "living in refusal" mean?

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Differences in meaning: "earlier in July" and "in early July"

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About the meaning of the word "groundhoggery"

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What is the meaning of this sentence and what is the use of the phrase 'Had anyone outside'?

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Isn't the phrase "minutes show" grammatically weird at the end of this text?

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Which is correct, English is spoken by people in the US. or English is spoken in the US by people

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Meaning of the phrase "Outside and inside" in a passage from The Little Prince

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explanation for "had had had had" being grammatically correct

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An apartment with 'three bed-room' or 'a three bed-room'?

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"spot yours" meaning in the context

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What's the exact meaning of the word "nows"?

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There is no one we have to wait. / We have no one else to wait for

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What do you call a section where specific (same kind of) items/foods etc are placed such as in supermarket?

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Correct response for "Do you mind?"

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What does it mean "it stopped short of overturning the policy"?

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"grateful to God" or "grateful for God"

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What's the word for a tube out of a body that connects to another tube?

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"do my costumes rule?" meaning

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Does the expression "Senate of yore," mean what the Senate has been doing for over the decade?

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wanted America out

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"Did you take it?" Is this question trying to find out "the person who took it" or is it trying to find out "whether the person took it or not?"

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Should I say "A is more fun than B" or "A is of more fun than B"?

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from the claims of sweeping fraud

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Why this sentence contains an "in"?

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"jockeying begins to take on Gov. Ron DeSantis and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio in 2022,"

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a pattern sentence asking questions

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