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What does "Candygram" mean?

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What are the "glass coffins"? What does "there's lights out, then there's lock up" mean here?

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Meaning of "put (one's) finger on something"

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Right or left? When the teacher says: "If you look at the diagram on the left hand side, you will solve this question!"(In a position like this?)

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"Such a good day!" Is this gramatically correct? Is it a complete sentence?

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("In ... terms" structure) What should be in the blank space? A noun or an adjective or something else?

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There are many ways to say "from now on,..." or "After this...' or etc, but actually which expressions are more commonly used in everyday English?

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I wanted to know whether there are some similar English idioms for this Persian Idiom or not?(look at the definition)

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Would you mind if I + past simple/base form (When you want to ask for permission to say something in the class)

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"We operate with some stock images of the addict." What does it mean?

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Meaning of: "to be a good male, it's better not to talk – silence is golden."

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The story (takes place/took place)?

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"But that if you do that" or "But if you do that" Which one is more common in written English?

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What's the difference between "stock exchange" & "stack exchange"( the name of this network of Q&A websites )?

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What does "a good deal" mean ? Are there some suitable alternatives for it?

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What's the difference between 'subject + did + verb' and 'subject + simple past'? [duplicate]

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1.You may ask: "What does it mean?" , 2."What does it mean?" you may ask. Which one is correct?

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About the position of "are"

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What does "beds" mean here? "the peripheral beds within the body and lungs"

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What do you think the writer means by "Cold turkey"? [closed]

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Who's exactly refer to the act of "confessing a secret" here?

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"... he wouldn't come close." What does it mean?

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What's the best word or expression to claim that your given example is not fictitious and it's true?

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This phrasal verb "Make out" led to confusion

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Is there a viable and satisfactory alternative word for the verb "feature"?

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How can I raise the possibilty here?

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Usage of the phrasal verb "look at" when there's actually nothing to see in this particular example

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Which one is more natural? What's the differnece in meaning?

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What do English spokers say when they want to mention last class? "Previous session" or "Last session"

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This story and also this kind of stories(is/are) usually ... Which one is correct? Why?