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What does the expression "right on the tip of my tongue" mean?

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"in 60 seconds or less" or "in 60 seconds or fewer"?

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is it correct to say "When it started to rain, I was in the open air."

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Difference between "drift" and "wander"

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What is the grammar of the sentence "this is not some science fiction movie come to life."

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a sore throat vs a strep throat vs strep throat

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Are there any nuances between "dismiss" and "ignore"?

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Meaning of "work with shame"

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Are "passive participle" and " Passive voice" the same thing in Modern English?

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What does the phrase "that we does not receive payment for" mean?

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what is the difference between "that shirt looks good on you" & "you look good in that shirt"?

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"WHAT do you want to be?" vs "WHO do you want to be?"

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"do they" or "don't they"?

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Synonym for 'mainly unsubstantiated' or 'claims-making'

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Diagnose VS Recognize

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Is "complete list" idiomatic?

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What does "beamed in the head" mean in this sentence?

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Using "advantageous to" with things instead of people

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"The obvious choice was" or "the obvious choice were"?

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Questions about noun compounds

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How to compress 'odd/even number of times'?

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Can "not only, ... but also" be used like "either .. or"?

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Does "somehow" mean "for some reason" here?

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Indefinite article with 'next'

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"Stride" meaning in This context

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What is the subject of verb "has plummeted"?

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Tetanus shot, Typhoid shot/vaccine

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When to use the uncountable form of a noun?

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How to describe experience that is not gained through an employment?

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Is there an idiom that means "it was something inevitable"?

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