Jason Bassford
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Canonical Post #2: What is the perfect, and how should I use it?
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How can one differentiate between "who" and "whom"?
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Why is wine made 'from' grapes, but tables are made 'of' wood?
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Asking the position of a person in a sequence
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"at which time" vs. "at what time"
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What does "Yes, you can. But you may not." mean?
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Which one is correct, "in the USA" or "in USA"?
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Is it necessary to use commas in lists before the conjunction?
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Articles: When do I use "a", "the", or "__"?
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Difference between "this" and "that"
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Is it always necessary to repeat the pronoun before each verb?
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What's the difference between "I love singing" and "I love to sing"?
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Should I use "could" or "would" in the following case?
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When to use an object pronoun or a possessive adjective before a gerund
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"No smoking allowed" or "No smoking is allowed"?
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The function of "it" in "I hate it when..."
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What did you say / said?
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Emphatic do-form with do as main verb
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"be used" v. "get used"
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Facts in reported speech – to backshift or not
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"of" vs " from"
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The correct omission of the definite and indefinite articles