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The difference in meaning between "Have someone do something" and "Get someone to do something"

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Relative clauses vs Adverb in the sentence

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Different meanings in different tenses

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Either remarking or remarked

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How to use "BEFORE" , when things happen in an unexpected way

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Is it correct and natural to use the name of washing cycles on a washer as adverbs when you wash something?

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Is the preposition in or on used after the noun ''effects''

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"contents" or "content", which to use when talking about a book?

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Why does Bill Gates say "reduce global health equity" in his TED talk?

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"Much" used as an adverb in an affirmative sentence?

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When should I use Present Simple or Present Continuous?

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"is to discuss", "is discussing", "discusses", when to use which?

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Can "central" be an adjective for 'country' or not?

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A phrase for looking at results of labor and comparing them to what had been planned

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Pine, spruce and fir in informal spoken English

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"letting" or "to let"?

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"Go over for" meaning "go for"

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"Not too busy to not" or "not too busy not to"

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Confusion about articles and quantifiers: "a pair of scissors" vs "any scissors" vs "scissors"

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Think of/about something or Thinking Someone?

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Is "this **type of** work" idiomatic?

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Average length of time

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Test question misunderstanding

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Is "move in" ALWAYS a phrasal verb?

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How to correctly name photographs? (confusion with articles)

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How to express nuance in a question?

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When using that instead of where?

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What do you call the place in cinemas or theatres when you can leave your clothes?

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“Know to speak” vs. “Know how to speak”

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"Have I not been" or "Have I been not"

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