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JeremyC
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  • Peterborough, United Kingdom
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Is “better off together” means better together or better not together?

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

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The way of asking questions

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Compliance "to be mandatory"

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Is there an easy way to check if an expression formal or informal?

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Phrasal verb for “appear unexpectedly”

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Turn someone's life around

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Do native speakers say 'get on' instead of 'continue'?

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Using aftermath in place of after-effect

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Putting the antecedents after the pronouns!

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word to abstract top and bottom just like "side" abstracts left and right

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Direct - Indirect speech construction

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when to use reach

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so much so that

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What do you call an action that is less serious than a "crime" (that is not illegal, just against rules)?

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Does the phrase "good day" (greeting) is a natural for native English speakers?

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Usage of TICKET THERE AND BACK

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Should not have vs Should have not

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word-choice: car drift

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Since English is not spelled as pronounced, who decides on how to write it when a new word has been created?

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What does the word "its" in the phrase "its implications" refer to?

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Does the word "Bill" in meaning of "banknote" exist or common somewhere?

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"How many times I have to tell you" or "how many times do I have to tell you?"

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Such an officer vs. Such officer

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Sentence Transitions

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A meaning of "hit the ground running"

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Did I use in person correctly in my sentence?

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Meaning of "scale"

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Why is there a comma after "growing up" in the sentence?

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I would like to know if my sentence is correct

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