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Think of/about something or Thinking Someone?

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

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

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"Go over for" meaning "go for"

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"letting" or "to let"?

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Pine, spruce and fir in informal spoken English

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

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

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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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Can I use the structure "expose sb as doing sth"?

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Why do I find the word "which" in non-independent clauses?

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What is the grammar rule for "to be" in this sentence?

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Thousands of jobs are set to go at

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Do we say "she is spinning or swinging her hair around"?

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Does the expression 'such as' imply that it's not a definitive list?

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Different meanings in different tenses

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Relative clauses vs Adverb in the sentence

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Passive Voice when third person is YOU

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Wish + Simple Past or Would?

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Worshipping or worshipper?

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Perceived meaning in Perceived lack of flexibility

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What is the difference between "had had" and "had" in this context?

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Does "take responsibility" need "the"

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A girl wore her hair in bunches, what do you call each of the two parts: a bunch or a side?

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When "education" should be a singular noun and when should it be an uncountable noun?

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"it's what happened" vs. "it's what has happened"

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Using two tenses to talk about past events

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What is the difference in meaning of "dim-witted" and "stupid" in this context

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Is the word "Violet" sibilant?

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How to change passive present continuous tense to its infinitive form? "The meal is being cooked" to "I heard the sound of the meal being cooked"?

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