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"electronics on the vehicle" VS "electronics in the vehicle"

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"would have been possible without " VS "is possible without"

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"in the event of failure" VS "in the event of a failure"

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"growth of " VS "a growth of" VS "a growth rate of"

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"challenge for" VS "challenge with"

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"leave to future generations" VS "leave for future generations"

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"waver one's determination" [closed]

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"give full scope to" VS "give full play to"

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315 views

"reserves is" VS "reserves are"

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698 views

"leave a mark in" VS "leave an imprint in"

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"costs of generating electricity" VS "costs of electric power generation" [closed]

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"if talks were successful" VS "if talks are successful"

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995 views

"expand operations" VS "expand business"

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313 views

"we are pretty close in our hearts" VS "our hearts are pretty close"

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874 views

"criteria for" VS "standards for"

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115 views

"if he resigned" VS "if he resign"

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"spirit of the law" VS "spirit of the laws" VS "spirit of law"

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"be reflective of" VS "reflect"

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About tense in indirect speech

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About the usage of "decelerate"

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About the usage of modal verb in conditional sentences

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"recovery in the economy" VS "recovery of the economy"

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the **diameter** of two ropes VS the **diameters** of two ropes

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515 views

"spending for" VS "spending on"

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"Even this means" VS "Even though this means"

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might or may; would or will

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"since 1954, we have" VS" Since1954, we are" [closed]

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Which preposition should I put before a season? [closed]

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256 views

How the position of adverb affect the meaning of a sentence

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