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Does "49er" mean "A 49-year-old man"?

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Is there a polite, formal way to say "sh!t happens"?

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We're out of time. We're running out of time

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Question about "the" before names

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Beginning quotes with square brackets

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"it's not always so easy to get a thought out"

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Usage of 'shall' in questions

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Can "how to say" be pronounced as "howjsay"?

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"I wish it is just sometimes."

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Flock, Swarm, Throng, Platoon, Gang: What is the difference?

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"I hate red color" or "I hate red": why exactly is the first option ungrammatical

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become or became (or "are", or "have been")

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What is the meaning of “footloose” in “Now I gotta cut loose, footloose”

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Meaning of the phrase "over a cup of tea"

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What's the opposite (term) to 'cleavage'?

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Think of vs. figure out vs. work out

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Should “the darkness of water at midnight” have “the” before “water”?

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Invest Money With

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What is the difference in meaning between “cost” and “price”?

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When to use 'the' in front of a country?

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Since or Because?

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Which one is correct: a strong motivation or strong motivation?

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The verb that means "to gain popularity"

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Searching for an idiom to describe truth which is not exactly the truth, or a "tricky truth"

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English translation of Spanish imperfect tenses

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Why can't I use "do" in "How many rooms have conditioner?"

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A/the clinic(s) that open(s) out of regular official hours of a hospital

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"glad to find you" or "glad to found you"

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Difference between late getting back and late to get back

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Questions with declarative forms have the same meaning as their interrogative counterparts or not?

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