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What does "Stands the wind in that quarter" mean?

16 votes
10 answers
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"All languages are interesting." "Every language is interesting." Do they mean exactly the same thing?

13 votes
3 answers
239k views

"Dream of" and "dream about". Is there a difference?

10 votes
1 answer
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When to use an object pronoun or a possessive adjective before a gerund

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2 answers
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"In English literature" or "In the English literature"?

9 votes
4 answers
55k views

"I used to" and "I was used to" - What is the difference?

6 votes
3 answers
2k views

Is there an equivalent noun to "puppy love" for the elderly?

6 votes
3 answers
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"Yesterday I watched a film" "Yesterday, I saw a film.'

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1 answer
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"start" and "begin", is there a difference?

5 votes
2 answers
3k views

"Give somebody the road" What does it mean?

4 votes
2 answers
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What is the difference between "dominant" and "dominating"?

4 votes
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154k views

"Complain about" and "complain of". What's the difference?

4 votes
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What's the difference between "an operation" and "a surgery" [closed]

4 votes
3 answers
402 views

Order of adjectives: "thick ugly brown sweater" or "ugly thick brown sweater"?

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2k views

Why "original painting" and not "genuine painting"?

4 votes
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41k views

Present perfect simple or past simple with "Over the last years"

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When something unexpected happens in a film, can it be called a "reversal"?

4 votes
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Difference between "resident" and "inhabitant" [closed]

3 votes
2 answers
3k views

"past continuous tense" vs "would + infinitive"

3 votes
1 answer
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Can we use "dearest" to begin an informal letter?

3 votes
2 answers
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Is "there" a dummy subject in "There seems to be a lot of heat in here"?

3 votes
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851 views

"Flyers" vs. "Passengers of a flight" What's the difference?

3 votes
1 answer
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Split the distance in half?

2 votes
4 answers
2k views

Can we say ,"Behave as an adult." to an adult?

2 votes
3 answers
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English saying similar/equivalent to: "When you give, you receive twice as much."

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1 answer
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a ticket "to" or "for" each event. Are both correct?

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"Bite me", What does it mean?

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"Any correction" or "any corrections": Are they interchangeble?

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28k views

Why use "their" after "someone"?

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1 answer
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Does "as to me" mean "as for me"? Does this phrase exist?