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

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125k views

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

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

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71k views

"fulfill or achieve or accomplish my goal"?

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"look forward to hearing your decision"?

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Is there a good alternative for "passion" in "my passion in some subject is ignited"?

13 votes
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49k views

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

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1 answer
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Should "mathematics" be capitalized in the following examples?

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Capitalize i.e. and e.g.?

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verbal English, oral English, and spoken English

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Publish a paper "in" or "on" a conference proceedings, or journal

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

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"Cherish" or "treasure" an opportunity?

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1 answer
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Differences between “consult” and “counsel”

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Is "so" considered informal?

2 votes
3 answers
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find/make a time for something?

1 vote
1 answer
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Is there a website that can tell whether a word or phrase is formal or informal? [closed]

4 votes
1 answer
14k views

Difference between concrete and specific

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

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"Something will be available by some time"

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Words to describe a person or a group of person who think themselves elite, but I don't think so?

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What is the word to describe an opposite changing relation between two variables?

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Why is "lens" not "len"

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apply my knowledge to "improve" or "improving" something?

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"cast a shadow on someone's heart"

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1 answer
7k views

"They each tells a story."

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1 answer
7k views

What does "check-in" mean for luggage?

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7k views

“Lower-case” is to “upper-case” as what is to “capital”?

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7k views

Is "don't" considered informal In writing?

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overlap versus overlapping as nouns

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