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Karaoke as a place

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What would you call a speech introducing an honoring ceremony for highest-ranking graduating students?

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I HAVE HAD+ FOR then, SINCE(atypical present perfect usage)

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Does this inversion take any effect, "Knows an awful lot about the Dark Arts, Snape."?

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"Dramatic" vs. "big" in "a dramatic effect"

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What does "come in" mean?

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What's the difference between seem & appear in this sentence?

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Should I use definite article here?

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Plural or singular in these sentences

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the status of confusing phrase

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Stress in words like confluence, influence, finance - noun vs verb

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Is the following all right in formal English?

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On/To/Onto difference

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"How much are those jeans?" "which one/ones?"

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Being and Was, Which one is correct and why?

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Сould you say what is the core, 1-3 main meaning for ‘to get’

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Should I use "with" or "as" in place of X in "The derivative can be approximated X a finite-difference scheme"?

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"Object to" phrasal verb or not

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Is there some prepostion required between "a wall" and "16 inches on center" in a little bit normal written english

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"for situation" or "in situation"?

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"Nice and easy does the trick" VS "Nicely and easily does the trick"

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grammar / meaning Does “treating” in the example sentence mean “because he treats” or “and at the same he is treating” or just “and he treats”?

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What is the meaning of this cliche: "purest form"?

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Relative adverbs and commas

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Confusion between definitions

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Use of definite article in thesis title

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Is this an application of mediopassive voice in interrogative sentences?

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Could I use "giving" instead of "to give"?

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does "land on something" means agree on something?

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How to ask about a person's academic qualification?