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2 votes
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I got you vs I've got you

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The exact meaning of 'Mom made me a sandwich'

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1 answer
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the superlatives/first/second/last/only + noun + to infinitive/V-ing

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Meaning of "So, too, may be the fate of his seed"

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Is this to-infinitive clause an adjunct or a complement?

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769 views

The meaning of the idiom 'be subject to'

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757 views

When had you met him? vs. When did you meet him?

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What is an antonym of 'editorial'?

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3 answers
682 views

You're taller than (it) is described (Is the omission of 'it' obligatory?)

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474 views

How to describe a definite one of Picasso's paintings as well as an indefinite one of them?

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1 answer
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We are better than ever

2 votes
4 answers
362 views

You're causing more problems for yourself than you're solving (problems) for me

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When you're driving, you should ______________________

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249 views

Can an optative clause ever be used as a subordinate clause?

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1 answer
232 views

Usage of "at" in "... at the cottage just over my shoulder is where they had been growing cannabis"

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1 answer
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Be careful climbing that tree. You (can / could) fall

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a better company than...vs a company better than

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The school/School is where I'm at

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1 answer
117 views

You're taller than (is/are) described

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He was saved a lot of money by the decision [closed]

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112 views

They have a big project to launch a new product

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2 answers
112 views

the icing on the cake: Is 'on the cake' an adjunct or complement?

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1 answer
106 views

"Those who can't do, teach." Why is this written with a comma?

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89 views

There's just a lot going on right now

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Locating the main verb of a subordinate that-clause

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81 views

What Did The Actor Say Here?

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Can you use 'were to' in if-clauses to freely represent a real situation?

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Never did I see her again

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67 views

He shot an arrow at/to/toward(s) the target

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I decided not to ____