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Is the phrase, "the vending machine was broke" acceptable?

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Why is it "rob" instead of "robbed" in this sentence? "...he saw a police officer rob the man."

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"But both men interviewed separately." vs "But both men were interviewed separately."

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Can I use a "would + was" structure in a conditional that refers to a real situation in the past?

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Among Vs between

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"Looking for answers in..." - does "in" mean "related to"?

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Is "the below list" correct?

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He sleeps 10 hours a day VS He sleeps for 10 hours a day

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Are those alternatives exactly equal to what they replace: "very + adjective"?

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"There is/has got to be an explanation." -- which verb to use there?

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Does this sentence follow a correct subject verb agreement rule?

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What's the difference between "have been" and "would have been"?

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To do to have something done ... what is the difference?

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"I askED him if he knowS..." or "knew" - which one is correct?

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Is the second "that" used correctly in this sentence?

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"What language is this?" Or "What is this language?"

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"Restrictive clause with indefinite article vs definite article"

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"expectation" VS "expectations"

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verb + "to have" + past-participle

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Where is the subject of the question ""How many people are in your family?"?

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Initial talking or initial talk?

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There or That. In the text below, how should I write this sentence?

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adjective clause and the object in the sentence

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"in plural form" or "in the plural form"?

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Modifier in "People of all ages enjoy swimming"?

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Need some help to understand the difference of these sentences

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A suitable word of a man who helps

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"Had I better go (or gone) with you?" -- which verb to use there?

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"gerund + and/while + gerund + is"; which is more common, 'and' or 'while'?

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Zero Article of Countable Noun (e.g. government)