Min-Soo Pipefeet
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"to fart" in child language
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"He gave the order to abandon ship." - why no article?
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Meaning of "your" in "Do you know your ABC?"
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Decided and arranged: "He is being..." vs. "He will be in the office on Monday morning."
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being vs. having been (vs. having been being)
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"... but one (of them) is not a nickel." - Why is that a riddle?
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"You'll be in for it." - meaning of using "it"
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Wanted: an idiom to direct/point someone's attention to a specific point/location
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"out the window" vs. "out of the window"
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Tasty, lovely, delicious, yummy, ...?
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Singular vs. plural verb form for an and-compound subject
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"X won't Y" (able/willing) vs. "X doesn't Y"
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hurt, ache, sore, pain: what's the right expression?
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"I don't like bread" vs. "I like no bread"
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Have I read the novel if I've forgotten the story?
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"understandable" vs. "comprehensible" - is there a difference in meaning or style?
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Why not Past Perfect: "For a Muslim hacking collective ..., which previously disabled the ... service last month, it was “challenge accepted”
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Does the earth revolve, rotate or go (a)round the sun?
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"Bread, rice and porridge - I don't like them." how to say?
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Positive sentence for "it won't take long"
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A short and positive phrase for "it doesn't take long"
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What different vehicles do: drive, swim, fly
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disambiguation of "quite": completely or not completely?
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Present Tense for story telling?
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What's a "strong form" in case of "a(n)"?
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"Everybody Have a Good Time" - an ungrammatical song title/text?
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"Of all the stupid things to do!" - elliptical?
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"altogether" in negated expressions
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Which meaning of "but"? Or just wrongly noted example sentence?
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Does present perfect continuous imply that the action/event is ongoing if the duration is given?