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JeremyC
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  • Peterborough, United Kingdom
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How do you cite a scholar as in agreement with an argument?

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Where to put the word "then" in this sentence?

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Who or whom? How to substitute him or her for whom here?

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"She smells...." -> just who's sniffing at the moment?

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Where to place the adverb?

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The verb after "thereby"

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Right preposition for: Evaluation of a function at 0 "in/at" its first argument

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Is it idiomatic to say "...this would have been equivalent to an increase from X to Y"?

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What does 'going out of this collar' mean?

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Can the word 'in' be used to show equality?

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Is “better off together” means better together or better not together?

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To HOST/HOLD/ORGANIZE an event

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Will vs would vs may

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formally vs officially

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A word to describe a situation, in which the eventual winner in the competition is hardly predictable

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"In" vs. "Since" in "She has graduated in/since 1990"

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Is “it is you that is wrong” correct?

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Apply a model to or for?

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Why the first sentence among the following 2 sentences is correct?

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Is this short sentence correctly punctuated?

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Definite article with names

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Usage of ‘tremendous’

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Is it grammatically correct to use the verb 'have' when talking about one's/smb's birthday?

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Should I pronounce my russian name as an american or as a russian?

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"in class", "in the lesson", "during the class" or "during the lesson"?

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Apologizing informally

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Confusion of A/AN in this sentence (or does it even need any article?)

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Confusion between "where" and "with"

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What is the Difference between creature and person

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word-choice: car drift

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