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What the usage of "have sufficient in common" is?

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In for a penny, in for a pound

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"I'll get do something" or "I'll get doing something"

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Trying to find the ultimate rule as to when to use 'on' instead of 'in' for parts of the day

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"The sight of her rendered him speechless." — Why place "her" after nouns? Why not say just "Her sight rendered him speechless."?

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He had problems reading without glasses. In the above sentence is 'reading' a present participle or a gerund in this sentence

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What is the meaning of "smiling females" in the sentence "the unowned anger of all the smiling females of unenlightened times"?

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Definite article or zero article in [noun] of [noun] phrase

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The nouns or noun phrases to describe people working in certain industries

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representing refer to?

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Ticket office vs. ticketing office

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"You have maximum time" meaning

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What should "by category" modify?

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What type of conditional clause is this?

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"Mark Twain is a famous author. He wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer." Write this as a non-defining relative clause

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How to use "with + noun" to report data

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"beg, plead, entreat, implore, beseech, appeal" What is the different and when to use

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Traffic is too loud to hear you

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Can the verb "be' be a dynamic verb?

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Is "the clock came alive" the opposite of "the clock went dead"?

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Comma position when there are few words in quotes

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Is "bingo" a common phrase in everyday conversation?

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What is the noun for imperative?

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How do we determine which person the participle clause is talking about?

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Is "targetedly" (i.e. the adverb of targeted) a word?

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A verb which describes the action of putting your leg over somebody else's body when sleeping

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The concept of the articles

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Why is lush used as a synonym for alcoholic?

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If a figure was mostly increasing, with occasional decreases, can I say "it generally increased during the period"?

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What would you call people from Gaul?