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For me/to me, which is correct or better in these examples?

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For example VS for an example

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How to parse these crazy sentences

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How to parse these crazy sentences

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What does "premises" and "press full charges" mean in this sentence?

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What's the meaning of "you're supposed to"?

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Does this sentence makes sense? "Who is the responsible for let the window opened"

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Possessives for renting etc.?

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"Yesterday I watched a film" "Yesterday, I saw a film.'

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was or had in this context

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Usage of "to": can "to" here be replaced with "for"?

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Question about Past Perfect

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"Was in labour" versus "went into labour"

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"How so sure?" As a complete question

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The difference of "for" and "at" in the following sentences

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Meaning in context

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“Was in labour for 3 hours” versus “had been in labour for 3 hours”

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Which sentence sounds natural?

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Is it proper to wish 'Halloween', 'Good Friday' and the like (if any)?

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What Neo has not figured out

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What exactly does a web developer do? And are there any textbooks that describe it?

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"it is *the* exception" means one and only exception?

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'the use of' or 'use of'?

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important or importantly

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Difference between "NEVER" and "EVER" and their proper usage

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Can we use "taking advantage of" in a good sense?

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Is the use of "as well as" correct in this sentence?

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(at/in/on) (-/a/the) restaurant

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Can "for the rest" only refer to one thing?

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Question about use of the words 'than' and 'revise' in this context