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Question about meaning of the difference between "won't" and "doesn't" in the text below

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Two questions about meaning of "settle" and "home"

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Understanding “Putin’s fiercest critics worry he's pushing to take over territory” [closed]

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Question about difference between "were taken" and "were being taken" in the following piece of news

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What is the meaning of "governing possession" & "wild" in this passage

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Could you help me finding some equivalents for these five words?

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Does "is to" in "Yatsenyuk IS TO ask Parliament" mean "it is his intention" or "he is expected to"?

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What does "social tool" mean in this text? Is it an idiom?

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Beginning a sentence with "encouraged" and the antecedent of "their"

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Difference between third-person forms of "go" [closed]

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Meaning of "would" here

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Question about meaning of "cultures the world" & "over enjoy" in this passage

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"Is there a plane" or "Do you have a flight", which is better?

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I can not figure out what the "is used to being" here mean?

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How to say the car has no more gas

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DIfference between "at home" & "home" [duplicate]

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Question about use and meaning of "want to" and "going to" in really informal English

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Understanding "being forced out of my comfort zone"

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Understanding "why else would"

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Should I use auxiliary here or not?

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Could you please help me figuring out what the difference is there in meaning between these two sentences?

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"Only then is it put through a rigorous review by the FDA" - should it be "it is put" instead?

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Question about a substitution for the word "whose" in this context

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What does the phrase "as necessary" refer to in this context?

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What does “echoes from a satellite put the new debris finding” mean?

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What does "as it landed" mean here?

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Question about meaning of 'field' and 'established' in the context

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Does "have a problem with" refer to "being bothered" or "being the cause of a problem"?

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Wondering what word could be used instead of "crunch" in this headline

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What does "dominate" mean in this context?

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