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24 votes
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73k views

What do "M", "G" and "B" buttons mean in an elevator?

13 votes
8 answers
48k views

Where do people pronounce "route" as ro͞ot, and as rout?

11 votes
1 answer
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"They each tells a story."

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3 answers
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Capitalize i.e. and e.g.?

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5 answers
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"I see" versus "oh really"

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3 answers
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Does "discord" mean disagreement as the name of an application for online conversation?

7 votes
3 answers
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I have and will

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1 answer
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Where to find what "this" and "that" refer to?

7 votes
1 answer
23k views

verbal English, oral English, and spoken English

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124k views

"excited about something" or "excited by something"?

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Which is correct: "a same" or "the same"? [duplicate]

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2 answers
70k views

"fulfill or achieve or accomplish my goal"?

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2 answers
241 views

Can "their" refer to something mentioned later?

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1 answer
165k views

"if time allows" or "if time permits"?

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1 answer
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What does "ground" mean as a verb here?

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What's the word similar to jittery in spelling or pronunciation, but means some privately-run transportation by small vehicles?

4 votes
3 answers
1k views

What does “dead-on” mean here?

4 votes
2 answers
831 views

"it's not always so easy to get a thought out"

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3k views

Can "how to say" be pronounced as "howjsay"?

4 votes
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967 views

When once you have tasted flight

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1 answer
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"convert myself to mathematics"

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3 answers
2k views

Can "multiply" be a noun?

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1 answer
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Differences between “consult” and “counsel”

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1 answer
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Difference between concrete and specific

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Is "so" considered informal?

4 votes
1 answer
900 views

can gourmet (n.) refer to food?

3 votes
1 answer
2k views

Meaning of "-esque"?

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3 answers
14k views

Do you say "outside classes", when mentioning study by yourself?

3 votes
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458 views

A word looks similar to "frail" but means something like "whip"

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Words meaning changing from good to better

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