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I do not really understand the proposal: "Don't hate Monday. Make Monday hate you"

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$2,000 worth of items: "two thousand dollar" or "dollars"?

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When is "me" used as a possessive pronoun, instead of "my"?

23 votes

What's the meaning of "Can it, will you?"

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What's the polite way to say "I need to urinate"?

12 votes

Using the verb "fail" when we are talking about the exam in the immediate future

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If something seems too good to be true, it probably is (not?)

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Passive voice (consider revising). Why?

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the people who run there so just great people

6 votes

What do you call or how do you describe this in English? overcooking the food? What do you call the black stuff?

6 votes

What is the opposite of 'picky'?

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Can controls "be performed"?

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What is the main noun in "a year's worth of learning" in the following sentence?

5 votes

In which cases do we use "collect" and in which "gather"?

5 votes

I really don't understand what this sentence means?

5 votes

'Wouldn't wake up' vs. 'didn't wake up'

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"My parents didn't buy me a laptop until my 20" (I mean: 20 years)

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The difference between status and status quo

3 votes

Why, in riddle format, can't "me" be the predicate for a subjective "what"?

3 votes

When do I say "food" or "foods"?

3 votes

Is there an idiomatic way to say "go to the path of no way out"?

3 votes

Omission of the subject for friendliness?

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Is there any meaning to distinguish spend in / spend on?

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What does "get shallow" mean?

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Preposition - 'Good luck' with indirect and direct objects

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The feeling you get when you suddenly go down a very steep surface

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I'm not sure how "favourite" is used

2 votes

Difference between will and shall

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"process used to manufacture Atinumab" vs. "manufacturing process of Atinumab"

2 votes

Which way: One and one ARE two? One and one IS two?