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"Choke" meaning "to tie a knot" or "to hang from"?

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What do you call a country which another country exports to? 'Export partner'?

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Do we say "This paper cup is deformed or crumpled" in everyday English?

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What does the word "next" mean here?

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"brought in" vs. "introduced"

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"Value added time" meaning in this context

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Is it idiomatic to say "I don't know any other info about the narrator"?

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Which one is correct? Whose or who

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benefit sb. in doing sth

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is it idiomatic to say "turn the chair to face the outside" in this situation?

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positions of the adverb "really"

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is it okay to say "push somebody/something over" when your action is "pulling"?

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threw it (out) into the hallway

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Past tense (today)

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Why are questions valid without question marks in speaking but not valid when writing?

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apostrophe+S vs OF vs nothing

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Using posession 's'

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How can I improve this message?

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Is "flies off" natural when talking about a cut off arm

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Reported Speech - Backshifting or not?

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does "about four inches square" refers to "some phosphorescent material" or "hand"?

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Is "Let her go. Right now!" a request?

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which conjunction should be used in a negative clause: "and" or "or"?

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Can you use "plague" as a general term?

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Which one is more natural: "extend the quarantine", "extend the quarantine period" or "extend the period of (the) quarantine"?

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Does "humble" refer to "practical people" or not?

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Singular or plural of nouns in describing general situation

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What the most natural way to refer to a dead human body?

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Can I use the phrasal verb "come over" to ask someone to come to my home who lives in another city?

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Is it grammatical to say 'knowledge that should be basic for them'

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