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JeremyC
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  • Peterborough, United Kingdom
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What's a polite way of asking "who are you?" on the phone?

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"Not funny 'ha-ha'", what does Siri mean?

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Is the language of The Economist artificially complex?

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Why do native speakers say 'Come on in' rather than 'Come in'?

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What's the polite way to say "I need to urinate"?

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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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What do you call someone who attends the same university as you?

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What do we write in a table cell to indicate that the value was not filled in by a human?

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

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Which adjective to use for a personification of living being (her/his or its)?

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I don't understand what means that "take over winter break"?

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Is there an expression like "to use [something] in full"?

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What is difference between "with only" and "only with"?

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Can I say 'The book is English." instead of 'The book is in English'?

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Meaning of “until the hand is called”

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Word for unused in a while?

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What does “-" mean in the man name "Chris Devonshire-Ellis"?

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How is it called when a police officer puts handcuffs on a criminal?

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Plural (or singular) verb for subjects referring to one thing?

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formally vs officially

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What is your idea about using "practicalize"?

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Filling in the appropriate preposition

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Can anyone help me to convert this sentence to an easier one?

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Can two dependent clauses follow one after the other?

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Should it be "expand" in this sentence?

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What could this sentence mean?

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Organisation or organisational skills

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"you have ordered" vs "you ordered"

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What does 'going out of this collar' mean?

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

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