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Luke Sawczak
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Can I say "fingers" when referring to toes?

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What does "two-by-four" mean in this context?

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What is the logic behind "I am X years old"?

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Are some offensive words always masculine?

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Glass vs Cup - differences in usage

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Seemingly unnecessary verbs in comparisons

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Meeting is scheduled for tomorrow. Why 'for' here?

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What would you call someone who sneaks into and stays in places where they have to be signed up, e.g. classes/country clubs

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An expression for comparing things accurately in English

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Is there any rule for shortening of names of people?

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Use of "have to" vs "am to"

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Why isn’t “the passengers were perished” correct?

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What does "wtf" mean?

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They kill as many people as not: what words are omitted?

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Do these sentences mean the same: "He has been found not guilty" and "He has not been found guilty"

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meaning of 'pantry meal'

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flew one meter into the air?

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When to use 'the' before next/previous?

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Why does a song say "til I's dead"?

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What's the difference between the exclamations "what" and "how"

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How do you say two or several things are about equivalent to each other in English?

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in the town or in town

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improved our comfort ride toilet

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Why is it that 'too' cannot be used in agreement to negative sentences?

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Is there any case you can't switch Could with 'Was able to'?

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Why "would have + past participle" instead of simple past?

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What is the difference between "result" and "outcome" in that context?

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"That's much too late!"

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expression with a modal verb meaning a past strong possibility

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Difference between “little”, “few”, “a little” and “a few”

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