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19 votes

Can traffic lights "turn red" for ten minutes?

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What does the author mean by "What did he there?"

5 votes

English idiom for people who overreact

5 votes

Could it be a structure of "How many -singular noun- is there?"

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Why don't we use "the" before "third gear"?

4 votes

"Household chores" is a common phrase, what about housework chores? Is it also used anywhere?

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Definite article in "Where applicable, the containers for parenteral preparations comply with the requirements..."

3 votes

"We are going inside to the someone's heart" vs "We are going into someone's heart"

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Difference between 'did not have' and 'had not'

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what does "in a way" emphasize?

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I have some questions about a certification

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What is the difference between in sale and on sale

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How to pronounce possessive plurals?

2 votes

Article usage: (a) size two

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Is "didn't have a X to do with" a common/idiomatic phrase?

2 votes

Is it correct to ask "did you come right?"

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How to tell someone the location of a place using the verb "lead"?

1 vote

Is this misleading?

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Copy vs photocopy difference?

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Why is there a comma before "locally accredited" in this sentence?

1 vote

Does word "segregate" sound natural?

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What does "anti-beltway" mean in this context?

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Is 'Unemployment is at a 10-year low' standard? Why not "the lowest level since 10 years"?

1 vote

Questions ending with prepositions

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Which variety of English is used outside of the UK and the USA?

1 vote

Practical training, internship or practice?

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the usage of a comparative form "at a position...than at a position "

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Introductory participial phrases

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When should we use *'em* and when shouldn't we?

1 vote

I have arranged to discuss "to buy" his house