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"I often buy fruits when I go to the supermarket" – illogical?

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two year or two year's

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about All and All of

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'Music Background' - does it require any article in this case?

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Confused by this response to "Where have you been all these days?"

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Being someone's pet

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Either / Neither singular or plural

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Weighing scale or scales?

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How can visual learners learn pronunciation in English?

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a family of birds “rule” our skies or “rules” our skies?

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"Pick up", "gather" or "collect" a person?

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What is the difference between "in" and "at"?

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Why is the K silent in 'know' and 'knotty' etc?

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all through the night / all over the night

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Can I use the phrase "It just so happened that..."?

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What is Difference between this word: encountered and found

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"correspondence with" vs "correspondence between"

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Is the book "Practical English Usage" sufficient for achieving native-like English?

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in front of / opposite

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Is this to-infinitive clause an adjunct or a complement?

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Counting syllables in English words

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Guest workers, many from South Asia, who spend years

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Confusion about using prepositions

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Talking about the same meaning in the context of their ("recently"/"lately"/"of late" and "so far"/"by now") usage (Present Perfect)

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Can "with regard to" and "in regard to" be used interchangeably?

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Spoken English in real life

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What does "a month" mean in "I see that you take quite a few business trips a month."?

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Is it called 'crank'?

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Are these words indeed uncountable?

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Is it grammatically correct to use [a] after [between] and a number?