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Modals in use "can"

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Cut off and cutoff/cut-off

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What is the contrast in "a warm coffee, though like a cappuccino"?

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Two ways to use modal "can" to suggest doing something someone or oneself

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What makes the differences?

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Can I remove "that among" in the following sentence?

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Present habits: would?

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your many books, Those some people - can we use determiners this way?

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Should it be "IS" or "ARE"? --- "The only thing we haven't seen ARE locusts."

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listening help (British accent) - what does it smell like?

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What is the difference between "pretty" and "handsome" in this context?

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What he did "could have been" make fun of others. - acceptable?

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the joke in muppet sketch: the comedian's a bear

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"Mix it round." vs "Mix it."

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Is the structure, "adj. + v. + adj.", grammatically correct?

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Your being flatchested?

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Does this refer to the original or sale price? W: "How much were they?" M: "70 dollars. I got them on sale. They were 30% off."

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The sick vs. The injured

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Understanding the Inclusion of "of" and its Impact on Sentence Nuance

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How to use the past tenses

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Does "since [year]" include that year?

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It took five years for the problem to resolve vs. It took five years for the problem to be resolved

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Is “as” used even with phrases?

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be seen -ing vs. be seen to be -ing

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The difference between FIT and FITTING

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Why don’t you vs Why won't you

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Difference between remain and maintain

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What is the difference between "within five to six days" and "within six days"?

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ellipsis: ten to eighty thousand dollars

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Is the order arrived?