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When to use "drank" and "drunk"

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In "the chickens come home to roost" - is "roost" a verb or noun?

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Difference between "if only" and "only if"

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What is the difference between robbing and stealing?

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Subtracts A from B

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Is "multiple times" the best word for this kind of situation?

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"I was working ON/WITH these tasks"

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How do you say "I hope it doesn't rain and lightning today?"

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determining indirect object pronoun

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This is where you are vs this was where you were?

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“confused about” + “remembering”

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Julian Assange walks out a free man

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"I should be doing my homework." Vs. "I should do my homework."

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I have had enough of eating burgers

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That came despite an international agreement... - meaning, grammar

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Whats the meaning of "countertops" here?

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'impressionable' vs. 'suggestible'

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My asking and if I ask

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If I say "I am a Portuguese translator"

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No article before "forward"?

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Asking about the location(specifically the name of the room) of a meeting

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Can you use word "translated" as adjective?

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We developed a procedure that employed / employs different elements

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Why is there an "s" in "He says...", "he comes...", etc.?

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"I'm done" or "I've done", which is correct?

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Meaning of "challenged"

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All of them are wearing an orange shirt. OR All of them are wearing orange shirts

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Articles in descriptions of figures

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"depend on" in relative clause

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the usage of word lack