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Is the language of The Economist artificially complex? [closed]

8 votes
2 answers
169k views

What does "sugarboo" mean?

7 votes
3 answers
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Definite article before name of languages

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3 answers
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When to pronounce ‹s› as /z/ in the middle of words?

6 votes
1 answer
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most/most of/ the most of

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2 answers
1k views

"the" before general concepts

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1 answer
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"be very much" meaning

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4 answers
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When does "quite" means 'rather' and when does it mean 'completely'?

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", with … " clause

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2 answers
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"To live here demands…" vs. "Living here demands…"

4 votes
3 answers
272 views

Can an object precede its verb?

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2 answers
1k views

Plural or singular noun adjunct?

4 votes
1 answer
202 views

What is a good word for foods that have pronounced and pleasant amount of salt?

3 votes
4 answers
25k views

What is the opposite of hungry?

3 votes
1 answer
8k views

When to use 'the' before next/previous?

3 votes
1 answer
243 views

Definite article and "of" clauses

3 votes
3 answers
6k views

"to be made" vs"that are made"

3 votes
1 answer
2k views

Internship, probation or training in an academic setting

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2 answers
12k views

Plural form of the words which end in 'o'

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3 answers
2k views

Apostrophes in Time Expressions

3 votes
1 answer
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Related work or related works

2 votes
1 answer
158 views

"x's y" or "y of x"

2 votes
3 answers
39k views

Which form should be used for nationality: German or Germany

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2k views

"quite an institution" meaning?

2 votes
2 answers
315 views

noun after "to"

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1 answer
1k views

Is "with a decade of solid experience" correct?

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2 answers
505 views

Letter "p" in "consumption" word? [duplicate]

2 votes
2 answers
455 views

"salary range of" or "salary range for"?

2 votes
2 answers
46k views

"Do you want" vs "would you like?"

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2 answers
520 views

What is the natural way to say your salary expectations on the phone?