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Using present simple when talking about a past event in spoken English

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Refering to plural using it/they

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thing or things?

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Introducing someone

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Help me analyzing the grammatical logic of this sentence

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What does NOW mean in this context?

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as unDursleyish as it was possible to be

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learned/learnt in the same paragraph

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What does ON mean in this sentence?

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What does "You dare not make a mistake!" implies in this context?

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What does "setting" mean in this sentence?

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The third conditional use of "could"

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themselves (singular or plural)?

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get/have something to eat [closed]

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get? have? take? Any difference in term of buying?

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"a soul that dies" or "a dead soul"?

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He might have had to stay late tonight

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that will be (the) result of

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lax or laxed vowels?

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get home or go home

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usage of "so" in this sentence

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Distinguish the meaning of the word "word"

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Addressing oneself as "it" when one's gender is obvious

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To mold the shape into the shape you (want / want it /wanted)

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all day / all the year round

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Does this "in" mean "inside" or "into" in this context?

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What does "carry" and "through" mean in "carry through"?

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What does GO mean in "go to sleep"?

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The spectators SET UP a howl of protest

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used to AND sometimes